Hair Loss Treatments for men
Receding hairlines, thinning, and balding in men are common. Looking for a cure for male baldness, Nu Hair of Texas is your resource for hair loss treatments for men and solutions. Effective hair restoration solutions vary from hair transplant surgeries to Minoxidil, and Finasteride medications, to hair prosthesis hair systems. To date, there is no long-term cure for men’s hair loss. Some FDA-approved medications help halt the hair fall as long as you use the drug. Cosmetic surgical and nonsurgical hair replacements conceal baldness effectively.
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A better way to hair Loss Treatments for Men
Treat your hair loss with the best nonsurgical hair restoration solutions to easily replace male pattern baldness. Restore your hair with a single graft hair system without hair transplant surgery. Nu Hair of Texas, Dallas hair loss treatments specialist, has been offering men’s hair restoration treatment in Dallas-DFW since 1986. Solutions treatments for men’s hair loss – hair replacement systems, medical alopecia wigs & medical laser hair growth therapy.
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Show & tell balding signs?
Most hair loss in men is caused by genetics. Alopecia of receding hairlines, thinning, and balding in men are common. It affects more than fifty percent of men over 50, with noticeable thinning and receding hairline. It can begin as early as the later teen years. The male pattern hair loss is called androgenic alopecia. You may prevent further hair loss, but there is no cure for balding.
Treating Men's Hair Loss
Non Medical Solutions
- Non-surgical hair replacement systems
- Hairpieces & hair extensions
- Men’s wigs
- Laser hair therapy
The unexpected loss of hair
- Do hair growth medications work?
- Is surgical hair transplantation a one-time deal?
- Do nonsurgical hair replacement, hairpiece, or hair system looks natural?
- Laser treatment
- Which hair loss treatment is best for me?
What is the most effective treatment for hair loss in men? Solutions range from hair growth medications to plastic hair transplant surgery.
Hair Loss Treatments for Men & Solutions
Do hair growth medications work?
Medication options: Hair loss products may help slow the alopecia process, and some may promote hair regrowth. For example, there are pharmaceutical drugs of 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar), and Minoxidil (Rogaine). Rogaine is available without prescription as a liquid or foam. Finasteride is a prescribed pill that you take daily. Rogaine or Propecia work for some people. However, once you stop using your hair growth medication, the hair will fall out. Indeed, you’ll have to keep taking it indefinitely to maintain results.
Is surgical hair transplantation a one-time deal?
Subsequently, a surgical hair transplant may be your option. Throughout the years, you will need multiple hair transplant surgeries to implant newly falling. In addition, depending on the hair density desired, you may need added transplant sessions. Many people use the terms “hair replacement” and “hair transplants” interchangeably, confusing consumers. Nonsurgical hair loss treatments utilize hair systems, hairpieces, and wigs as nonsurgical hair replacement treatments.
Do nonsurgical hair replacement systems look natural?
For non-medical hair loss treatments, the most common hair loss products used are cosmetic wigs, hair replacement systems, hairpieces, and hair extension options. Certainly, Nu Hair Replacement is the best product for men’s pattern baldness. From the hiking trail to deep-sea fishing, Nu Hair’s youthful hair keeps you motivated for today’s active lifestyle worry-free.
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MEP90 Laser Hair Growth Therapy
Scientists suggest that laser hair treatments reduce hair follicles’ inflammation, enabling hair regrowth. Low-level laser lights are FDA approved to use with Androgenetic alopecia. Further, the MEp90 laser is an FDA-approved medical device for growing hair. In tests with men and females experiencing Androgenetic Alopecia hair loss, the MEp90 showed its ability to stop hair fall progression and healthier measurable new hair growth.
A physician’s diagnosis will evaluate the underlying cause of your hair loss. If you see sudden hair falling out, check with your internist. Secondly, your dermatologist may control your hair loss. An endocrinologist will test hormone imbalances, namely androgens.
Hair transplants, also called hair graft implants, involve removing hair from one part of the scalp and transplanting it to a balding area. The surgeon typically operates using local anesthesia. Hair transplant surgery requires a low, minimal, and stable rate of hair loss. In insufficient donor hair follicles, then hair transplantation is not desired. Your doctor can advise whether you are the right candidate for a hair transplant.
Hair replacement systems and surgical hair transplants are designed according to the patient’s hair loss pattern. There is an improved appearance rather than physical health benefits. The idea is to achieve a definite aesthetic. We strive for hair that is natural and beautiful. Unique hair texture, color, and density are part of the process. Both surgical and non-hair transplant procedures are performed at specialized hair clinics.
You are losing your hair and thought it was gone for good, didn’t you? Now you can get your stylish hair back. And forget peers’ balding hair looks. Get your most beautiful and comfortable nonsurgical Nu Hair replacement. From the hiking trail to deep-sea fishing, Nu Hair’s youthful hair keeps you motivated for today’s active lifestyle worry-free.
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