Hair Loss Types and Treatments

Eyelash Transplant – Case Study

Eyelash Transplant

After West London resident, Itinder Kaur fell on the street during a night out, she thought that she had lost the eyelashes on her right eye for good. The accident occurred over 5 years ago when she fell into some gravel and was accidentally dragged by a friend, scraping her face and eyelashes. 5 years later and she was still unable to grow back roughly 25% of her right eyelashes. FUE Eyelash Transplant Thanks to recent advancements in hair transplant technology and technique, Dr. Mohebi and Dr. Asim Shahmalak were able to help Itinder and restore her eyelashes for good! […]

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Case Study: Beard-To-Scalp Hair Transplant

beard to scalp fue transplant case study

With the groundbreaking advancements in hair technology we have experienced, we can give patients hair restoration options that were never seen as possible. One of those procedures is the beard to scalp hair transplant. Who needs a beard-to-scalp hair transplant? For many patients that do not have an ideal amount of donor hair on the back of the scalp, hair transplant surgeons must look to other parts of the body to get high-quality donor grafts to transplant in the scalp. For men, the beard is the first option after the scalp for donor hair to transplant in the scalp. Beard […]

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Preventative FUE Hair Transplant

Preventative FUE Hair Transplant

A commonly-held belief is that hair transplants are only for those that are completely bald or if they absolutely “need it.” However, we believe that getting a hair transplant can (and should) be used for many patients to prevent them from going completely bald. Hopefully, this philosophy of using hair transplants as a form of prevention will catch on and make getting them more acceptable for men and women to get for preventative measures. Who is a good candidate for a preventative FUE hair transplant? If you suspect that you’re starting to lose hair, you should visit a hair restoration […]

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Finasteride & Melasma

finasteride and melasma

Besides hair transplantation, there are many other medical options for treating hair loss. However, it is important for doctors to consider the potential complications and side effects hair loss medications can cause patients. A recent study suggests that one of the most common treatments, Finasteride (Propecia), could cause a skin condition called Melasma, also known as hyper-melanosis. Here is what you need to know! What is Melasma Melasma, or acquired hyper-melanosis, is a skin condition that consists of dark spots or hyperpigmentation. It is reported to be a common side effect of using finasteride (Propecia) for treating hair loss. Melasma […]

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Parsa Mohebi, MD The First in America to Transplant Long Hair FUE Grafts

For many men considering a hair transplant, the thought of shaving their head to achieve a full head of hair is a deal-breaker. The potential humiliation of going any time, let alone months, to regrow a shaved head is perceived greater than the satisfaction of a lifetime of having hair. Thankfully, advancements in the last year in FUE have made it possible for men to get a hair transplant without shaving their head, making it almost impossible to tell that you had a transplant. Too good to be true? Take a look at the video below, as Dr. Mohebi performs […]

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Movember Vs. No Shave November – Everything You Need to Know

No Shave November and Movemeber

The month of November, also known as “Movember” or “No Shave November”, has long synonymous men with men growing moustaches and unkempt beards for the entire month. But, why? Is it simply because both have a good ring to them? Is it because men are lazy and want an excuse to not shave? In the spirit of keeping up with everything hair-related, we decided to take a look into the origins and meanings of ‘No Shave November’ and ‘Movember’ and give our readers the scoop. Enjoy! Is there a difference between ‘Movember’ and ‘No Shave November’? Although Movember and No […]

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Why you need a “Power Hairline™”

Power Hairline - how its done

  People make judgments based on your appearance in a matter of seconds. The human brain begins to process how one’s posture, smile, style, weight, and most importantly, hair looks and makes judgments on a subconscious level before they even realize that they’re judging you! These judgments, for better or worse, have a significant impact on your life affecting your job, relationships, and overall quality of life. That being said, are you making the best impression you can with your hair? The Power Hairline™ When you think of someone getting a hair transplant, it’s likely that you’d think the patient […]

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African American FUE – How To Frame the Face

How To Frame the Face With FUE

Contrary to popular belief, hair transplants are not only for those who are experiencing active hair loss. Many men (and sometimes women, too) genetically have hairlines that are further receded than normal. Others may have lost hair, but will not continue to. Although their hairlines may not be actively receding, having a high hairline can cause them to feel insecure. For these patients, a hair transplant may be the only way to achieve self-esteem through getting the hairline they’ve always wanted. Case Study: Framing the Face for an African-American Patient In this case, the patient did not have any family […]

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