Medical Hair Restoration  Getting Your Hair Back PermanentlyMedical Hair Restoration Getting Your Hair Back Permanently

Balding is something that happens to most men and some women. While many men adapt to the fact that they are losing their hair, others seek remedies and treatments to help prevent the hair loss and even to replacement procedures. Medical hair restoration is one method of obtaining a permanent solution to hairloss. This is suitable for both men and women and produces a very natural looking head of hair. Medical hair restoration is also called hair transplants and if this is something that you are considering, you should contact a specialist in the field.

While there are other medical treatments for thinning hair, such as using Rogaine, medical hair restoration really does have proven results. The advanced techniques used in this treatment do not alter the natural hair growth in any way. You don't have to try to cover your head because medical hair restoration treatment is undetectable. This process of restoring hair on the scalp starts with a consultation. The surgeon has to scrutinize the healthy hair remaining on the back and the sides of your head. He/she has to make sure that you do have enough hair left to have a successful hair restoration procedure. For this reason, people who have already lost most of their hair are not good candidates for this sort of hair loss treatment.

In a consultation for medical hair restoration, when the surgeon determines that you are a good candidate, he/she will take a small sample of tissue containing hair follicles. These are dissected under a microscope and made into hair grafts. Then, the hair grafts are placed on the bald section of the scalp at various angles to create a very natural looking hairline restoration.

If you don't want to become completely bald, you should take steps for medical treatments for thinning hair and even medical hair restoration as soon as you notice that a bald spot is developing on your scalp. This doesn't mean that as soon as you notice that your hair is thinning you have to run out and make arrangements for medical hair restoration. Loss of hair when you are brushing and combing is natural and should not be any cause for alarm. If you are taking other medical treatments, such as chemotherapy, hairloss will also occur, but your hair will grow back when you finish the treatment. When you are not taking any medical treatments and you start you lose your pride and joy, then it's time to start looking for ways to stop the thinning process.

Medical hair restoration can be very successful, so consult your physician about it.

by Peter Crump
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For a website totally devoted to hair loss and hair replacement visit Peter's Website The Hair Replacement Guide, and find out about Male Hair Loss as well as Hair Restoration and more, including Male Hair Loss and Hair Loss Treatments

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