Hair loss disorders are a large, heterogeneous group of conditions that have various clinical features, pathological findings, and etiologies. Hair loss may occur due to disorders of hair cycling, inflammatory conditions that damage hair follicles, or inherited or acquired abnormalities in hair shafts.
Our scalp contains about 100,000 to 150,000 hair follicles. Once these are formed in our development, they undergo a lifelong cycling characterized by periods of growth (anagen phase), transformation (catagen phase), and rest (telogen phase). Unlike man’s best friend, human hair cycling is not synchronous, meaning that individual follicles cycle independently, and thus we do not have mass shedding of hair.
As scalp and hair physicians, we are always looking for more proven ways to help the thousands of women suffering from FPHL (Female Pattern Hair Loss) and know using multiple medical therapies at once can create a synergism, which cannot be achieved by any one treatment alone. What sets our course of treatment apart from purchasing advertised “hair growth” fad products or gimmicks is the medical research performed to support the hair loss treatments we prescribe for FPHL.
Hair Transplant and Restoration Center offers you several options for hair restoration, and the best way to determine the right treatment for you is to schedule a hair restoration consultation with us. During your consultation, Dr. Gray will find the perfect solution for your unique hair loss situation. Some of the treatments we offer include:
At Hair Transplant and Restoration Center, we don’t want you to base your decision about receiving hair restoration on whether or not you can afford it. We believe that everyone deserves to feel confident in their appearance, but we also understand that paying for restorative treatments can seem intimidating.
The Cesare Ragazzi CNC Hair Prosthesis System is an innovative and precise way to give you the thick, full head of hair you have been dreaming of. If you’re interested in the system, but aren’t sure how it works, learn about the five steps of creating the system below. Then, schedule a consultation at the Hair Transplant & Restoration Center to discuss your options with Dr. Gray.
Ashley began experiencing hair loss years ago due to an anxiety disorder called trichotillomania, which caused her to want to pull her own hair out. She had pulled on her hair so much that it began falling out, and she had bald spots on her head. As you can imagine, going from having a full head of hair to almost no hair was a horrific experience.