Female Hair Loss Treatment
Men aren’t the only ones that experience hair loss. 30% of women also have hereditary hair loss. There are several ways of treating hair loss in women including medication, laser comb and hair transplant surgery.
Rogaine for Women (2% Minoxidil)
Rogaine for Women contains 2% Minoxidil which is the only FDA approved drug clinically proven to regrow hair for women. The solution is applied twice daily to the affected area and works by enlarging shrunken hair follicles. This promotes normal healthy hair growth over time. Rogaine is available without a prescription from a doctor and generic forms with the same active ingredient are available at most pharmacies.
HairMax Laser Comb
The HairMax Laser Comb provides a safe, convenient and non invasive way to stop hair loss and promote hair growth! Using laser energy, the comb stimulates hair follicles to improve growth speed and hair thickness. The HairMax Laser Comb is available without a prescription and is an effective way to fight hair loss.
Hair Transplant Surgery
For many women, Minoxidil does not yield the desired results. The most effective way to treat hair loss in women is with our hair transplant surgery. While hair transplant surgery may be more expensive initially, the overall results are better and more permanent. Medication and the laser comb require continued usage or the regrown hair will fall out 3-4 months after discontinued use. For more information about hair transplant surgery, female hair loss treatment, see Hair Transplant and Hair Restoration.
Come visit us today for a free consultation. We will provide you with a customized treatment plan that makes it as safe and easy as possible for you to have the look and results you desire.
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Please note that plastic surgery results can vary for different patients. Every patient is a unique individual and every surgery has unique aspects. Therefore no two surgical procedures will get the exact same results - even if patients are fairly similar and even if the procedures are performed by the same Plastic Surgeon.