As we get older, it’s not uncommon to take a look at ourselves and wonder “why is my hairline so high?” or “is my forehead too big?” For some people, this is a product of a maturing hairline, where your hair recedes slightly in or around middle age and may result in a slightly higher hairline than you’re used to. It can also make your forehead appear larger. Other people are experiencing this as the early signs of more dramatic hair loss. [Read more…] about Hairline Lowering
Some of the most common questions we get about the hair restoration process and the ARTAS® robot focus on donor hair and the donor hair site. So, does donor hair grow back? Yes, it can. [Read more…] about Does Donor Hair Grow Back?
It’s not until eyebrows are gone that you realize their importance to a person’s appearance. In fact, sparse or missing eyebrows can damage a person’s confidence and self-esteem. Which begs the question, can you get an eyebrow transplant? Yes, but it comes with its own special considerations.
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For thousands of years, men and women have been seeking solutions to hair loss. From concoctions by ancient herbalists to wigs to modern surgical procedures, treatments for hair loss are as old as civilization.
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Lately, Biograft is getting some attention as the latest hair loss treatment but how does it compare with ARTAS®? While both are surgical procedures they have key differences. Let’s examine both techniques.
For thousands of years, hair replacement involved various forms of wigs. Surgical hair restoration techniques were a game-changer. Actual transplanted hair grows normally and once successful, requires no follow-up for maintenance. It’s real hair, unlike hair weaves or hair extensions. [Read more…] about The Difference Between ARTAS® and Biograft
If you took a high school history class, you may have thought that every important event involved middle aged to elderly men who were all losing their hair. Well, men with thinning hair don’t have a monopoly on history, but many leaders in politics, the arts, and sciences did have thinning hair. Many probably longed for solutions to their hair loss. It’s unfortunate that RHRLI didn’t exist centuries ago because we have a permanent solution to hair loss that will give you a healthy head of hair using a minimally invasive procedure.
A city councilman from Ireland went an awfully long way to suffer a lot of unnecessary pain. According to the Irish News website BreakingNews.ie, Kenneth O’Flynn who serves in the Cork City Council went all the way Turkey to undergo a hair transplant that he called “Bloody painful.”
If you’re looking for a solution to your hair loss or thinning hair, you’ve probably heard about a number of different treatments and procedures. There’s so much out there it likely seems confusing. Hair transplants in particular can leave your head spinning and you may have heard about two types of hair transplants with similar sounding names and initials. They are Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). These two procedures may sound alike, but they’re actually very different.
Patients looking for a permanent solution to hair loss and thinning hair are very often focused on results, but not necessarily the best results. Hair loss is difficult and can affect things such as self esteem. Very often patients look at some types of transplants as something they want right away without considering all the options.
At RHRLI, we’re proud to offer the most state of the art treatment available for hair loss and thinning hair. It’s called the ARTAS® System and it uses robotic technology to transplant healthy donor hairs to where they’re needed. The precision of the ARTAS® System gives those looking for a permanent solution to hair loss a healthy head of hair. But ARTAS® is relatively new technology and we know some patients who’ve had other types of transplants and are still dealing with a number of the effects of the procedure. [Read more…] about What is Scalp Micropigmentation?