How to Treat Balding Hair
While medications can sometimes help treat balding hair, hair transplant surgery has reached a new level of sophistication for restoring full, natural hair to both male and female patients. Learn about the latest hair restoration technologies in this free video on receding hairlines and baldness.
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I'm Dr. Parsa Mohebi with US Hair Restoration. I'll be discussing how to treat balding. Balding, in its typical form, namely male pattern hair loss, or female pattern hair loss, could be prevented, and could be treated. We have good medication that we can prevent hair loss, or we can restore hair to some degrees. But, the treatment in its basic meaning, which is restoration of hair, is usually done by hair transplant surgery. Hair transplant surgery had been getting better the last few years, and right now we have follicular unit transplant, which is gold standard for hair restoration. Everything is done through a microscope, and a surgeon basically removes a strip of this hair from the back, and under a microscope, be cutted into follicular units, which is the natural grouping of hair. And, after that, the follicular unit are being transplanted into the balding areas. The surgery is usually used for men with male pattern baldness, it can also help some females with male or female pattern hair loss. Again, the best way to know if you're a good candidate is to find a hair transplant surgeon and be diagnosed, go on medication if need be, and have a hair transplant to restore your lost hair. I'm Dr. Parsa Mohebi with US Hair Restoration, and that was how to treat balding.