The celebrity endorsements for hair transplant surgery keep on comin’. Earlier this year, it was Manchester United star Wayne Rooney. Shortly thereafter, former New England football player Wes Welker starred in a televised commercial for hair transplant, candidly sharing his experience with hair loss and restoration. Now, former cricket player and prominent public figure Phil Tufnell has stepped into the spotlight, sharing pictures of his new hair on Twitter and telling others the procedure was “no big deal.” Visit the Miami Hair Blog for more on this story, and read about other celebrities who have gone public about suffering with hair loss and the journey through surgical restoration.
Most men who suffer with hair loss are familiar with Finasteride by its brand name, Propecia®. If you have considered this popular prescription hair loss medication, you are probably also aware that clinical trials have demonstrated a number of side effects. Most of those side effects have to do with the male reproductive system: Decreased libido and erectile dysfunction, to name a couple. But breast cancer has long been another feared side effect, ever since initial trials indicated that such a risk were possible. Now, a new study indicated that Finasteride and breast cancer share NO link.
If you suffer from hair loss and do not know how to find treatment, do not fret; information, treatment reviews, and professionals are more accessible than ever before. The Web connects countless hair loss sufferers with the science of hair growth, news on new treatments, and reviews on local surgeons and clinics. To begin, start with reading more about the hair professionals who are available to help you treat your condition. Learn more about hair stylists, trichologists, endocrinologists, dermatologists, and surgeons. Compare different types of doctors and professionals, then decide which can best help to diagnose and treat your hair loss condition.
Dutasteride is a prescription medication that was originally intended to treat enlarged prostate, but men soon found that regular dosage could also stop hair loss. Like Finasteride, this medication was soon marketed to men to help treat male pattern baldness. The medication is not right for everyone, however. Hair loss sufferers must learn more about this non-surgical restoration option via licensed medical professional prior to taking it or making any other significant changes to daily diet or exercise.
Finasteride, known to the general public by the brand name Propecia®, is known to put an end to male pattern baldness. That is, the drug made a name for itself by effectively stopping loss of hair in most patients. Over time, some even experienced new hair growth. Recently, Miami hair transplant surgeons Dr. Bernard Nusbaum and Dr. Paul Rose provided in-depth analysis of Finasteride for the publication, “The Clinics”. A set of clinical review articles published quarterly, The Clinics provides both surgeons and patients with expert review of specific medical and surgical treatments and technologies. Learn more about Finasteride in this professional review, from the surgical team at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami.
Press release distributed in Miami, Florida: The Hair Transplant Institute of Miami would like to congratulate our lead surgeons on recently being published in the August 2013 edition of “The Clinics”! Dr. Nusbaum and Dr. Rose provided expert review and recommendation on a few of the hair loss community’s leading treatments of 2013, including both surgical and non-surgical restoration protocols. Topics covered include Finasteride medication (available as Propecia), laser therapy for hair loss (LLLT), robotic FUE transplant procedures, mesotherapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and more.