Tips for Thicker Hair

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Hair loss sufferers spend more than a billion of dollars a year trying to treat their hair loss. Unfortunately, 99% of all products being marketed in the unethical hair loss treatment industry are completely ineffective for the majority of people who use them. Hair loss is an extremely emotionally distressing disease, and many businesses know that those people are vulnerable. Do not purchase any hair loss product that is not approved by the FDA.

Make an appointment to see a board-certified dermatologist. Hair loss has so many causes, and the sooner your dermatologist diagnoses the cause, the better your chance of getting the results you want. A dermatologist is a doctor who is trained to diagnose conditions that affect our skin, hair and nails. And dermatologists who have specialized in hair loss have in-depth knowledge, can get to the root of the problem quicker & more accurately, and in many cases successfully treat hair loss.

Make sure your in-person consultation is discussed with an actual board-certified dermatologist (not a sales rep, consultant, or technician). Your dermatologist will ask the proper medical questions and examination to determine if your hair loss is a result of a disease, vitamin deficiency, hormone imbalance, hereditary or alopecia areata. No one hair loss treatment works for everyone.

With an accurate diagnosis, many people who have hair loss can have healthy natural looking hair regrowth. Taking the time to speak with a hair loss and hair transplant expert, you can learn the honest and factual options tailored to your individual needs to get the most natural looking and realistic results. I spend considerable time educating my patients before a decision to proceed with any procedure is made.

As a board-certified dermatologist specializing in hair loss, corrective hair surgery, and hair transplants, I will always be the patient’s advocate, the ethical voice, and will demand the highest standard in this profession