Wondering if you might be going bald? How do you tell the difference between normal hair loss and balding? Losing a little bit of hair is normal but if you are going bald, you may want to consider a FUE hair transplant or hairline surgery in San Francisco.
Worried about hair loss? Here are 4 ways to know if you are going bald:
Los Gatos Hair Transplant Doctor on What to Eat for Healthy Hair
Want healthier hair? A poor diet is often to blame for hair loss among both men and women alike. It is possible to slow-down or prevent premature hair loss with some lifestyle and diet changes. Our San Francisco hair loss doctor discusses some of the key nutrients that contribute to healthy hair: Continue reading →
With menopause comes symptoms that could include hair loss. It is estimated that around 40% of women experience hair loss by mid-life, and menopause can accelerate and exacerbate the issue. There are hair restoration options available, including hairline surgery in San Francisco. But first, what can you do to help slow it down?
Why Men and Women are Using Coconut Oil to Help Their Hair
Did you know that coconut oil can improve your hair? Give your hair a treat and fight the rigors of aging on your once-lustrous locks with coconut oil; it has many surprising benefits for men and women, including: Continue reading →
Is Traction Alopecia Caused from Too Many Tight Ponytails?
Worried that your ponytail is contributing to hair loss? Hair restoration experts advise that ponytails and tight hairstyles can cause hair loss in women, in certain circumstances. If you are concerned or experiencing female hair loss, consult with Dr. Diep, a San Francisco hair transplant doctor, at MHTA Clinic for more information and options, including hairline surgery. Continue reading →
Female hair loss affects an estimated 20-million women and is caused by a range of factors from genetics to hormones, illness to daily stress. Besides the physical symptoms, hair loss can wreak psychological impacts, but is often-times preventable and treatable. Continue reading →
Researchers estimates that as much as 80% of men younger than 70 years of age get affected by male pattern baldness. It occurs when hair follicles shrink and only grow tiny hair that doesn’t stay viable for long periods of time. Continue reading →