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3 Reasons to Consider New Jersey Hair Restoration

Not all causes of hair loss are created equally. That said, not all hair restoration options in New Jersey are created equally. Some involve surgery, such as follicular unit extraction or strip harvesting. Others involve laser treatments or platelet rich plasma.

Certain causes of hair loss can make you a better candidate for hair restoration surgery than others. Learn more about when it’s worth considering surgery.

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Questions to Ask Your New Jersey Hair Restoration Surgeon

If you’re considering hair restoration, it pays to do your research. That means not only learn as much as you can about the various surgeries and other treatments available. It also means getting to know the surgeon who will be performing the treatment. To help you get to know your surgeon and to see if working with him will be a good fit, there are a number of questions it is worth asking.

What to Ask Your Hair Restoration Surgeon

Are You Board Certified?

It’s important to get a sense of your surgeon’s training and experience when it comes to hair loss surgery. Asking a surgeon if he’s board certified will give you an idea of amount of training he’s received after medical school and the degree of proficiency he’s been able to demonstrate. To earn board certification, a surgeon needs to successfully complete a multi-year residency, have a certain number of hours of experience, and pass rigorous examinations.

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Women: Are You a Candidate for Hair Restoration Surgery?

Although you might associate hair loss with men, it is a problem that affects women almost as much as it does men. About 40 percent of the people who suffer from hair loss are women, according to the American Hair Loss Association. While not every female hair loss patient is a good candidate for hair restoration surgery, a hair transplant can help many women get their hair–and their confidence–back.

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Hair Restoration for Different Types of Hair Loss

People often assume that hair loss only occurs for genetic reasons or as a natural part of the aging process. Although male or female pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, affecting up to 80 million people in the US, according to NYU Langone Medical Center, it’s not the only cause of hair loss. The type of hair restoration that is going to be most effective for you is going to depend largely on the reason for your hair loss.

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How to Prepare for Strip Harvesting Surgery

If you are dealing with hair loss, particularly male or female pattern baldness, strip harvesting surgery, or follicular unit transplantation (FUT) can help restore a full head of hair. Although this type of surgery often has a short recovery time and can provide permanent results, it’s not something to rush into. In the weeks leading up to your procedure, there are several things you can do to prepare for surgery.

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New Jersey Hair Loss Surgery FAQs

Hair loss doesn’t have to a permanent problem. Several treatments are available, including hair loss surgery, to restore lost hair and give you your confidence back. If you’re considering surgery, but want to know more about what is involved anfrd what you can expect, you’ve come to the right place. Check out the answers to a few of the most popular questions about hair restoration surgery below.

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What do I need to know about follicular unit extraction surgery?

When you aren’t happy with the way your hair looks because it is thinning or gone, you have options. Hair follicular unit extraction surgery is one of the options that can help you to get the hair that you want. It is important for you to understand what the process entails so that you can decide if this something that you want to pursue.

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Your Complete Guide to Hair Loss Treatment

When you are dealing with hair loss, no matter what the cause, you want to find the best treatment for it, as quickly as you can. The good news is that there are a lot of hair loss treatment options out there, ranging from products you can purchase over the counter to treatments you need to see a hair restoration specialist for. Once you’ve figured out which treatments are best for you, you can get on the road to restoring a full head of hair.

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Can You Be Too Young for a Hair Transplant?

When you first start to notice that you are losing your hair, it’s natural to panic. You want to start exploring all of your options for hair restoration, from over-the-counter products to surgical options such as a hair transplant. While you can start some hair restoration treatments early on, it’s usually recommended that you wait to have a hair transplant. In some cases, a patient might be just too young to really get the most out of the surgery.

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Myths About Hair Restoration Surgery

A full head of hair not only makes you look more youthful. It also makes you feel more confident. Today, you have more options than ever before when it comes to restoring lost hair. Hair restoration surgery is one popular option, but there is a considerable amount of misinformation out there about it. If you’re considering a hair transplant, it helps to know what’s fact and what’s fiction. Here are a few of the most common myths.

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