Dr Oz Discusses Female Hair Loss
I know it can be embarrassing to talk about, but thinning hair is a problem for many women. We test top solutions. https://t.co/VUDDp4v7WJ
— Dr. Mehmet Oz (@DrOz) December 1, 2015
Female hair loss can be a concerning problem as increased shedding, decreased volume, loss of coverage and poor hair quality plagues those who are affected by this unwanted sign of aging. Hair loss can cause decreased confidence, decreased self-esteem and in severe cases depression. An estimated 30 million women in the U.S. are affected by hair loss issues, but information regarding diagnosis, evaluations, tracking and effective hair restoration treatments can be confusing. Is your hair thinning due to hormones? Illness? Heredity? Stress? Poor diet? There are many possibilities. Should you use old-fashioned Rogaine or a compounded prescription version of minoxidil, laser therapy device, PRP+ECM or other treatments? When is hair transplant a viable option for women with hair loss? These questions and more can be addressed during an in-person or long-distance consultation with Dr. Alan Bauman, board-certified hair restoration physician.
For patients, it is well known that the greatest success in preventing hair loss and achieving hair regrowth requires medical intervention and compliance with an effective medical regimen. The advanced treatment of hair loss and hair restoration therapies requires specialized medical training, expertise and experience as well as a track-record of success. When it comes to finding a doctor with these attributes you may need to look beyond your local dermatologist. Do your due diligence, ask questions and be prepared to travel if necessary.
“With the correct diagnosis and treatment plan, hair regrowth can be achieved and maintained*.” –Dr. Alan J. Bauman, M.D. – ABHRS-Certified Hair Restoration Physician
*Each individual's treatment and/or results may vary
If you or someone you know has hair loss, hair thinning, baldness, or eyebrow / eyelash concerns, click to start either a long-distance virtual consultation OR an in-person, in-office consultation with Dr. Bauman. You can also Ask Dr. Bauman a Question or simply call Bauman Medical Group at +1-