Sessions for Hair Restoration Depend on Multiple Factors

Surgically restoring your luscious locks to their former glory is not a paint-by-the-numbers procedure.  The number of follicles and type of procedure that you will require to reach your goals depend on a number of factors, such as the severity of thinning, the amount of available donor follicles, your age, and your general health, to name a few. Remember that …

Link Between Baldness and Coronary Heart Disease

Here’s the bad news: There is no denying the link between male pattern baldness and coronary heart disease (CHD). Androgenetic Alopcia (Thinning Hair) Linked to Increased Coronary Heart Disease Risk According to studies dating back to the 1950s, thinning hair, due to androgenetic alopecia, is an indicator of increased CHD risk. CHD is the leading cause of death of both …

Dealing with a Scarred Scalp: What to Expect

Hair Transplant Scarring No surgical procedure is ever truly scar-free. While hair transplant surgery is no different, restoring your luscious locks surgically should be a highly positive life-changing experience… And that means with underground a procedure with practically undetectable scarring. Modern surgical restoration techniques such as Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), when correctly performed, leave scars, …

Hair Restoration: When You’ll See Hair Growth Results

Hair restoration, no matter the method used, requires patience. Different treatments are prescribed for different goals, and therefore also have different timelines for showing progress and achieving results. If you have any questions about your progress or the results of a treatment prescribed or performed by Armani Medical, simply give us a call. We are Dallas-Fort Worth’s nationally recognized award-winning …

Follicular Units You may already be familiar with the terms Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), the two most technically advanced hair transplant techniques used to treat androgenic alopecia, or male pattern baldness.  But did you know that what is actually being transferred are not individual hairs? Read on!

FUE vs. FUT – Which one is better?

For many men, recognizing that they are experiencing hair loss can be stressful, so much so that some experience anxiety, even depression. It takes a certain measure of courage to decide to do something about it. If you are experiencing hair loss, there are two modern surgical hair transplant procedures available: Follicular Hair Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT). …

How is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) prepared? Platelets for PRP are derived from a patient’s own blood: Blood is withdrawn from a patient using a syringe, as other blood draws. The tube containing the blood is placed in a centrifuge and spun. This spinning process separates the red / white blood cells and platelets and concentrates them at various levels …

1. What are some common causes of traction alopecia? Traction Alopecia is a specific type of hair loss which results when tension is applied to hair follicles (roots) for an extended period of time. Traction Alopecia, therefore, differs from most other causes of hair loss as it is behavioral and directly results from the patient’s own activity. 2. Why do …

The use of light including lasers are widely used in medicine, industry, the military and recently more specifically to treat hair loss. The light energy used to stimulate hair growth is visible in the red light spectrum. The specific use of Laser Light in treating hair loss and other medical conditions is defined as Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). LLLT is …