It is difficult to be a man experiencing hair loss in modern society. Even though hair loss is common, men are conditioned not to talk about how it makes them feel. If you’re a man with a receding hairline or significant balding, chances are you have experienced anxiety and loss of self-esteem because of it. However, you probably crack jokes about your balding scalp with friends and pretend that you’re perfectly fine with it. Deep down, you’re afraid that your progressive hair loss makes you look old and may cost you lost social and professional opportunities.

Hair Transplants and Hair Restoration Options for Men

Learn more about balding and hair loss in menIf you’re like 95 percent of the other men with hair loss, you have inherited a genetic condition known as male pattern baldness. Dihydrotestosterone, an androgen steroid and sex hormone, causes a recognizable pattern in male pattern baldness.

Men typically start losing hair at the crown first and then the remainder of the top of the scalp. This leaves hair around the back and sides of the scalp in a horseshoe pattern. That is because these areas are less sensitive to the effects of dihydrotestosterone.

You have probably tried many hair loss remedies at this point, such as special shampoos, a hairpiece, or medications. When those didn’t provide the desired results, you resorted to wearing a baseball cap as often as possible or styling your remaining hair to try to hide the bald patches. With our directory, you can find a doctor who will provide you with legitimate surgical and non-surgical options to restore your own natural hair.

Which Hair Restoration Solution is Right for You?

A non-surgical procedure is often the best choice for women with thinning hair or men who are just starting to lose their hair. Platelet rich therapy (PRP) and ACell are two outpatient non-surgical procedures that inject growth factors into your scalp. Low level light therapy (LLLT) helps to re-grow your own hair by wearing a device that delivers laser energy to your hair follicles.

If you are suffering with the effects of progressive male pattern baldness, you may wish to consider Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) or Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). These surgeries transfer hair from the balding resistant areas on the back or sides of your scalp to areas on the top where you are missing hair entirely. Although the methods of follicle extraction are different with FUE and FUT, both allow you to re-grow thick, healthy, and natural hair within about six months.

When you have dealt with male pattern baldness for a long time, just the thought of stopping the loss of more hair is an exciting one. However, the doctors in this directory offer much more than that. With their surgical and non-surgical procedures to stimulate hair follicles, you can actually grow your own hair again. Imagine how happy and confident you will feel catching a glimpse of your reflection several months from now. It sure beats looking away quickly due to frustration over your hair loss.

If your mustache, beard, sideburns, or eyebrows are not as full as you would like them to be, consider an eyebrow or facial hair transplant. The doctors in this directory offer that service as a mini FUE procedure.

Unlike many types of medical procedures where you never see the doctor again, you work closely with a Hair Loss Specialist for several months. For this reason, we encourage you to review every listing and schedule consultations with more than one provider. Taking your time at the beginning of the process ensures a good match with your doctor and satisfaction with the final results.

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