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Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatments

What is non-surgical hair restoration?

For as long as people have been losing hair, there have been hair loss remedies. However, it wasn't until hair transplant surgery was developed in the 20th century that a truly successful, permanent solution was discovered. While hair transplantation is still the most effective treatment for hair loss, there are other hair restoration treatments these days that don't involve surgery, and, thanks to modern science, have quite impressive results!

Laser Hair Loss Treatments -

Laser hair loss treatments are the latest in hair restoration and utilize some of the most advanced technology available. Often used in conjunction with hair transplantation, the targeted laser energy of laser hair therapy promotes fuller, healthier hair by increasing the blood flow to the scalp. This, in turn, increases the metabolic rate of the hair follicle. The HairMax Laser Comb is a common laser treatment option for hair loss that can even be used from home!

Hair Replacement System -

While hair replacement systems are not a hair loss treatment per se, they are an excellent choice for someone seeking a simple, comfortable solution to balding or thinning hair. Modern hair replacement systems have come a long way from the toupees of the past. These days, they are custom designed to fit your head and often use real hair for a life-like appearance. In fact, some of modern systems are so realistic that, even along the hairline, it looks like your own hair is growing.

Topical Drugs and Pills -

The FDA currently approves two medicinal treatments for hair loss - Rogaine and Propecia. Rogaine is a topical ointment applied to the scalp on a daily basis. The ingredients in Rogaine help promote fuller, thicker hair growth, and some claim that they have even experienced re-growth of hair (though this is not typical). Propecia is a pill taken once a day that helps to control the hormones that cause male pattern baldness. Unfortunately, due to the nature of the drug, this treatment is not safe for women and is only approved for men. Both of these hair loss remedies are effective for halting further loss of hair, but they have not been definitively shown to cause re-growth of lost hair. Most people choose Rogaine or Propecia to prevent further hair loss, especially if they have not lost a significant amount of hair already.

Non-surgical hair restoration is a great option for someone who wants to prevent further hair loss. Contact us today to find a hair loss specialist in Milwaukee who can help you decide if Rogaine, Propecia or laser hair therapy is right for you.