With the summer heat at an all-time high, it is becoming more and more difficult to escape the sun’s rays. For men with thinning hair this can be painful and problematic for scalp skin. However, age, hormones and hereditary causes no longer have to mean permanent balding and dangerous sunburn. Hair restoration, a procedure continuing to grow in popularity nationwide, allows men to reclaim their manes, resulting in natural looking locks they will be sure to love.
Follicular Unit Micrografting
Strands of hair naturally grow in follicular units consisting of hair, oil glands, small muscle, nerves, blood vessels and collagen. Through follicular unit micrografting, one of the most popular hair restoration procedures available, follicular units from the back of the scalp are transplanted to balding or thinning areas in the front. Once relocated, the hairs continue to naturally grow just as they would in the back portion of the scalp. Taking only a few hours to complete, this hair restoration process is painless and valuable.
For men with more severe balding, Dr. Greenberg offers the megasession, a variation of the follicular unit micrografting technique, transplanting up to 2,000 follicular-unit micrografts in a single procedure. Given the increased number of transplants being made, this can typically last up to six hours.
Reparative Hair Restoration Procedure
If you or your guy have undergone an unsuccessful hair restoration procedure, do not lose hope. It is not uncommon for patients to look to Dr. Greenberg to repair poorly done hair restorations performed elsewhere. Whether it is the result of outdated procedures, complications contributed to an unfavorable outcome like unnatural look, scarring or hair density, Dr.Greenberg is skilled in using state of the art reparative restoration procedures to dramatically improve previous attempts at restoration.
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