When it comes to hair loss, the only way to bring back hair you’ve lost is through a hair transplant. Non-surgical solutions are beneficial because they can slow down the rate of hair loss and support the hair that you still have but – unfortunately – their effects are limited.
Whether you’re looking to just correct a receding hairline, thicken up a balding area, or want a full head of hair again… a hair transplant is the best solution for you.
Unlike non-surgical options, hair transplants are one-time procedures that last you a lifetime as the implanted follicles are resistant to the effects of 5-alpha-reductase, which is responsible for hair loss. You never have to worry about losing that hair ever again! In addition, you do not have to worry about unnatural-looking results since we use your own hair from the back and side of the head to fill in your areas of concern.
While common non-surgical treatments can be very effective in preserving the hair you still have, their effects alone are not comparable to those of a hair transplant. The best results in patients with considerable hair loss are seen when they undergo a procedure in addition to utilizing multiple non-surgical treatment options.
When is the right time for a hair transplant?
If you are experiencing hairline recession, noticeable thinning in any part of your scalp, or wishing you had more coverage, we believe this is the time to consider surgical options. Studies show when you think you’re starting to lose hair, you’ve actually lost close to 50% of the hair you were born with. If you wait too long, a transplant may not be a viable solution for you, as in these cases, there is not enough hair in the donor area to get the desired coverage.
The Norwood Scale
Using the Norwood scale, if you identify with the images three to seven, now is the best time to consider a hair transplant.