Posted by Dr. Halaas | on June 18, 2013 »

I am only 28 and I’ve been experiencing hair loss for years. I would like a transplant but I know I’ll just keep losing my hair. Should I wait until my hair loss stops so that I’ll only need to get a transplant once?


Since hair loss is a progressive condition, it will keep getting worse if left untreated. It is always better to begin treatments as soon as possible. With hair transplant surgery you can replace the hair you have lost and with supplemental treatments you can keep your existing hair for better long-term results. To prevent further hair loss, medications like Propecia and treatments like low-level laser light therapy (LLLT) are great options. The sooner you begin transplants, the more hair you will still have to mask the micro incisions, making it virtually undetectable to others. The number of transplants needed varies on your current hair loss and donor hair condition. Please schedule a consultation so I can give you personalized treatment options and advice.

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