Hair reconstruction generally involves one of two approaches to rebuilding the natural appearance of hair. The first approach is surgical and involves transplanting individual hairs from a donor area to the restoration area (the area experiencing thinning or balding). A second type of hair reconstruction is non-surgical. Non-surgical hair reconstruction may involve utilizing prescription hair loss medications, low level laser therapy devices, or general lifestyle changes to naturally spur the growth of hair. It is important to note that not all individuals are candidates for surgical hair reconstruction procedures. This cannot be determined, however, until the individual seeks the professional consultation of a hair transplant surgeon.
Hair Reconstruction: Am I a Candidate?
At this point, you may be wondering if you are a candidate for hair reconstruction. The simple answer is “yes,” because there are a variety of both surgical and non-surgical treatment options available. On a more complex level, however, you may find that the unique condition of your hair may limit treatment options in some way. You may find that you are not a candidate for a surgical hair transplant procedure, for example. Or, you may prefer to avoid prescription hair loss medications and instead focus on making lifestyle changes that may promote natural hair growth.
Most often, hair loss is unique in the way it affects the individual. To better understand your hair loss and the treatment options that are available to you, follow the 4 steps below:
Step 1: Discovering Hair Loss
If you found this article online, you are most likely in the Discovering Hair Loss phase. Perhaps you have noticed visible signs of thinning, balding, or shedding. Or, maybe your are simply educating yourself so you may take proactive preventative measures to keep your hair looking its absolute best for long into the future. In either case, we welcome you to our website and invite you to visit the Hair Transplant Blog homepage for additional information on hair loss, hair reconstruction procedures, images from before and after procedures, and much more.
Step 2: Consult a Professional for an Evaluation
Now that you know more about the prevalence of hair loss, you are ready for the Consultation Phase. At this point, there is no substitute for the professional opinion of a licensed and experienced surgeon. We welcome you to schedule an appointment for a hair loss evaluation with the Hair Transplant Institute. Our clinic proudly represents South Florida’s top hair transplant surgeons, and our facility is staffed with caring individuals who provide an unparalleled level of service.
Step 3: Obtain a Hair Loss Diagnosis
During your evaluation, our Institute’s lead surgeons, Dr. Nusbaum and Dr. Rose, will work towards providing a full and accurate diagnosis of the cause for your hair loss. To learn more about the advanced hair loss diagnosis methods performed by the Hair Transplant Institute, please visit our Hair Loss Evaluation page.
Step 4: Choose a Hair Reconstruction Method
After scheduling an appointment and receiving a diagnosis, Dr. Nusbaum and Dr. Rose will help you choose a safe and effective means of treating your hair loss in a way that will deliver the results you desire. The Hair Transplant Institute provides a diverse array of leading treatment options ranging from surgical transplants to non-surgical low level laser treatments. We understand the profound ways in which hair loss may affect both personal and social life, and we are committed to helping you find a hair reconstruction method that will have you looking and feeling great, as quickly and efficiently as possible.
For more information, please call the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami toll free at 1-877-443-9070.https://www.miamihair.com/blog/hair-reconstruction/hair-reconstruction/