Problems with thinning hair can happen gradually. Maybe it wasn't until you caught a glimpse of the top of your head in the mirror that you noticed something wasn't quite right. The good news is that, with professional treatment, patients with thinning hair can feel confident about their hair again.
At Precision Hair Restoration, Dr. Wiesman and associates offer effective treatment for thinning hair with an FDA-approved treatment solution called NeoGraft. Unlike other professional options, NeoGraft is minimally invasive. That means that, unlike other options, NeoGraft won't leave patients with a painful recovery period or scarring. Instead, you can enjoy natural results that will help you reverse problems with thinning hair, restoring your appearance and your confidence.
Of course, thinning hair is just one form of hair loss patients may encounter. A receding hairline is another, and there are others beyond that. It's estimated that as many as 35 million men and 21 million women will experience some form of hair loss in their lifetime. But at Precision Hair Restoration, Dr. Wiesman and his associates are dedicated to reversing the hair loss, including hair loss caused by thinning hair.
Can NeoGraft really help you with your particular situation, though? With a consultation appointment at Precision Hair Restoration, Dr. Wiesman can familiarize himself with your particular situation and explain a treatment plan that works best for you.
Call today to schedule your first appointment at one of our Chicago-area offices. Our friendly, helpful team understands your needs and concerns and wants to answer all of your questions about thinning hair and treatment with FDA-approved NeoGraft. During your consultation, Dr. Wiesman and associates will address any area of concern you might have and explain all your options for the future. Don't put off your dreams any longer—get in touch with us today!
- Going bald, or balding
- Caused by androgenic alopecia
- As people age, hair gradually thins
- Other hair loss causes include hormonal factors, medical conditions, and medication
- The most common cause of hair loss is hereditary—a condition called male-pattern baldness or female-pattern baldness
- But medical conditions can also play a role
- Thyroid problems—if the thyroid gland (which regulates hormone levels) isn't working right, hair loss may be the result
- Alopecia areata—a disease—occurs when the body's immune system attacks hair follicles—this causes patchy hair loss
- Scalp infections—infections like ringworm can invade the hair and skin of your scalp, causing hair loss—hair will general grow back when infection is treated
- Other skin disorders like scarring, luchen planus, some types of lupus, can result in permament hair loss where the scars occur
- Medications—for drugs that treat cancer, arthritis, depression, heart problems, high blood pressure
- Other causes—physical or emotional shock, hair-pulling disorder, certain hairstyles that pull hair tightly
Certain people are at a greater risk for hair loss because of heredity on either side of your family—also affects the age at which you begin to lose hair and the development speed, pattern, and extend of your baldness
If you don't use hair treatments—like hair coloring products, hair straighteners, etc—can leave hair brittle and prone to breaking off at the scalp—excessive hairstyling or hairstyles that pull your hair too tightly can also cause problems
Poor nutrition is another thing that can contribute—if you skip on good dietary sources of iron and protein (red meant, nonfat dairy, iron-fortified cereal)—often accompanies eating disorders and crash dieting