As technology continues to progress in the world of hair restoration, new and innovative methods for treating hair loss are showing lots of promise. The techniques used in hair transplant procedures, the topical and oral medications, and the introduction of light as a way to stimulate hair growth have continued to push the limits of what we, as doctors, can do to help restore your hair to a healthier level.
One of the most important things you can do when choosing a doctor is make sure that you feel that person has your best interests in mind.
Minoxidil, better known by the brand name Rogaine, is a topical medication designed to help promote hair growth.
By the age of 35, approximately 40% of men will be visibly suffering from hair loss. That percentage jumps up to 65% once you reach the age of 60. So there’s a good chance that, at some point in your life, you’re going to suffer from male pattern baldness, or hair loss.
Summer is coming to an end and school is starting for a lot of kids across the country. And while school may look different for a lot of people this year, it’s still important to make sure that your hair looks good for that first day of classes.
Whether that first day of class is in-person or virtual, this is likely the first time for kids and young adults to see their teachers, old friends, and meet new friends. While learning to practice social distancing over the last six months, many of us have let haircuts fall by the wayside and are sporting some pretty unruly hair styles. What better way to make a great first impression than with a stylish haircut?
While the COVID pandemic continues to force all of us to make changes in our daily lives, one thing that some people can’t control is going to the doctor.
Most states across the United States, have slowly been reopening after shutting down earlier this year, but does that mean it’s safe to go the doctor’s office?
In most cases, yes, it is safe to visit your doctor during the COVID pandemic. Most offices have been taking strict precautions when it comes to seeing patients, and depending on the type of doctor you’re seeing, they’ve probably been limiting patients that show any symptoms related to COVID. But even with those precautions in place, some people may not feel comfortable visiting the doctor’s office.
We’ve all heard the saying that if you cut your hair it will grow back faster than it did before. But does this saying have any truth to it?
Commonly associated with facial hair and shaving, this saying has been around forever and people still believe it to this day.