No Shave November is upon us once again, which means it’s time to stow your razors and get facial hair-crazy. Some men (and women!) participate in this yearly event in the name of fun and cancer awareness, while others compete to see who can grow out the most glorious beard by month’s end. While the rules of engagement might be clear, the purpose of the phenomenon is not so obvious.
Cancer – it’s one of the scariest diagnoses anyone can receive. The single word can trigger thousands of questions. Will I survive? Can it be treated? Will I lose my hair? Compared to other side effects, hair loss may be minor. But for many patients, the emotional impact can be devastating.
Everyone’s suffered bad hair days. But throughout horror movie history, there have been plenty of characters with hair that is downright frightening. In many cases, a character’s hair gives audiences important clues about the character’s personality and life story. To paraphrase Shakespeare, would a scary movie character be as scary without equally horrifying hair?
Hair transplants can be used for eyebrows too! The majority of people we treat with eyebrow transplants are women who have over-plucked, since thin eyebrows used to be more fashionable. Watch Dr. Krejci discuss eyebrow transplants on San Antonio Living below to learn more.
Dr. Jennifer Krejci discussing how ARTAS procedure is a “win-win” for patients because of the ability to combine the doctor’s knowledge with the robot’s abilities.
The biggest day in television is almost here. And if there’s one thing we can count on when it comes to the Emmys, it’s good hair. This year, we’re proud to announce the winners of the Best Hair award from the leading and supporting actor nominees. Here are the seven biggest and boldest hairstyles in television.
Thanks to new technology, you don’t necessarily need to go under the knife for a thicker head of hair. PRP therapy for hair loss is an exciting new non-surgical treatment that has significantly reduced hair loss for many patients. It’s also known as platelet-rich plasma therapy.
You may be hesitant to get PRP hair treatment since it’s relatively new. However, PRP has been used since the 1980s for different types of treatments. Since PRP injections use your own blood, adverse side effects are rare and there is no risk of developing a growth of tumor or cancer, according to the information resource website for PRP in Australia.