Male Pattern Baldness
Permanently Restoring Thickness And Coverage Of Hair
Men often begin to notice the signs of male pattern baldness when they see more hair in the drain or begin to note their hairline moving further back each year. NYC hair transplants are effective and increasingly popular procedures to permanently restore thickness and coverage of hair.
Hair loss is very individual and there are many reasons a person may lose hair, either temporarily or permanently. Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenic alopecia is the most common type for men and the one that sends them searching for a hair loss cure. There are many products that claim they can cure male pattern baldness but unfortunately, they have only succeeded in making a huge profit off of vulnerable people over the years. Supplements, vitamins, special creams and oils will not prevent or reverse male pattern hair loss. As well, topical medications like Rogaine which do show some success are short-lived because the results disappear when the medication is discontinued. As well, these medications carry a long list of negative side effects.
Is There a Cure?
So, is there a cure for male pattern baldness? Today’s advancements in hair transplant technology mean that hair loss surgeons can create natural-looking restorative results permanently and safely. In decades past, hair transplants sometimes conjured unappealing images of obvious hair plugs standing on end in neat rows. Nobody wants this type of fake look when they seek a NYC hair transplant.
Much has improved in technique and philosophy of today’s procedures. FUE, also known as Follicular Unit Extraction, now makes a virtually scarless transplant possible with minimal downtime or discomfort. No scalpel, stitches or incision healing is necessary for patients who use FUE to transfer micro grafts with the automated device. Instead of removing a strip of scalp then dissecting grafts to be implanted, the handheld device punches tiny follicles out of the scalp in a random pattern. Once healed, this minimally invasive approach means barely detectable scars, so clients can wear their hair short if they wish