hair-restortaion-covid-19-precautions

“Dr. Danyo was really honest with me, and I liked that,” Brad says. “He told me my hairline was not going to come back. I might be able to slow down the progress of hair loss with some of these products the other doctors recommended, but it wouldn’t prevent the hair loss. He was really up front.”

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finding-the-right-hair-restoration-doctor

Chris saw dramatic regrowth in just a few short months. “Last time it took me over a year and a half to grow some hair back. I spent most of that time with a shaved head, and I was over it,” Chris says. “To be able to do this and have my hair start to come in slowly, blending with my existing hair, was huge for me.”

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shave-less-explained

If you’ve been researching hair restoration techniques, chances are it’s come up: a method where healthy hair follicles are harvested from areas around the sides and back of the patient’s head, where the hair usually grows thicker, and reinserted into thinning areas.

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woman-rogaine

You may have heard in the news that the FDA recently raised the approved dose of Rogaine for women from 2% to 5% Minoxidil—a similar dose to that recommended for men. But many of our patients still have questions about its efficacy and safety.

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gluten-hair-loss

Hair loss can be confusing and disorienting no matter what. But if your hair loss isn’t following the typical pattern for male pattern baldness — or if you’re a woman — it can be particularly baffling. Maybe it’s all the gluten you’re eating.

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