Lasers designed to re-grow hair might seem like something that belongs in a science fiction novel, but the technology is real. In winter 2014, scientists released the first study to demonstrate the effectiveness of the “laser comb” device for hair loss. Now, hair loss sufferers are eager to learn more about laser hair restoration. Who is a candidate, and what does it cost? These questions are common, and professionals are available to conduct hair loss consultations to help patients get reliable answers. Laser hair restoration is a common treatment recommendation for a number of hair loss conditions, including androgenetic alopecia (pattern baldness) and telogen effluvium. To learn more about hair restoration with laser devices, visit this article on the Miami Hair Blog.
It seems everyone in Miami is just crazy about the World Cup! At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, we share our city’s excitement and have been watching closely as the world’s most talented teams and footballers edge closer and closer to the final. In this article on the Miami Hair Blog, our editors share 11 of our favorite hairstyles featured by the world’s most elite players. Check out the list, and tell us your favorite in the Comments section!
Men and women of all ages are increasingly turning to hair transplant to restore areas of balding scalp. If you are one of the millions of individuals worldwide who suffer with thinning, shedding, or balding, you may also want to consider this virtually pain free procedure. To better understand what’s involved, visit the Miami Hair Blog for this special patient guide on how to prepare for hair transplant. Remember: Always consult a physician prior to making lifestyle changes. If interested in minimally invasive hair transplant surgery, contact our team at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami.
Did you know: Before hair transplant surgery, patients must take certain steps to ensure a safe and natural outcome. These pre-procedure tasks should be covered in detail during the hair transplant consultation. At that time, surgeons will help patients understand how the procedure will be performed as well as how the patient is to prepare for it. To learn more about how to prepare for hair transplant surgery, visit this article on the Miami Hair Blog.
Since first introduced several years ago, robotics technologies have promised a faster, more convenient, and overall more effective hair transplant procedure for men and women seeking a permanent solution to pattern baldness. Today, those promises are a reality. The ARTAS System is among the first and most widely acclaimed of recently released hair loss treatment technologies, already helping countless men and women realize a fuller and more natural head of hair. Hair transplant has enjoyed several years of climbing popularity, due in part to new robotic FUE procedures made possible by technologies like the ARTAS. Visit the Miami Hair Blog for this special story on the role of robotics in today’s advanced hair loss treatments, and read as Dr. Rose explains how the new technology has been met with positive feedback from patients in Miami.
Men and women are turning to hair transplant operations in larger numbers than ever before. Researchers have tallied the numbers, and it appears that the total number of hair transplant procedures performed in 2012 was 85% higher than those performed in 2004. Those numbers are from the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, or ISHRS. Hair loss professionals say this upward trend is indicative of greater awareness for the new technologies and exceptional patient results that today’s transplant procedures deliver. To learn more about the ISHRS and this new statistic, visit this article on the Miami Hair Blog.
Laser devices are popular methods of treating hair loss for men and women. Women are particularly adept to trying low level laser therapy (LLLT) when surgical hair restoration is either impractical or undesirable. Today’s marketplace offers a variety of FDA-approved laser devices, including combs, caps, and large in-office devices that can be used only under the supervision of a hair loss professional. Until recently, these devices were merely “thought” to promote new hair growth by stimulating follicle activity. Now, researchers have produced evidence that clearly illustrates the efficacy of LLLT devices. In a study of about 600 men and women, participants saw up to 20 new hairs per squared centimeter of scalp treated with LLLT comb. For the first time, hair loss professionals have a study that will support the claim that hair loss lasers actually work. Visit the Miami Hair Blog to learn more LLLT devices, hair loss, and this study.