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When It’s Time to Consider a Hair Transplant

When It’s Time to Consider a Hair Transplant

If you’re like most folks who struggle with hair loss, it isn’t a problem that arose overnight. It’s likely been months, and probably years, that you’ve been looking in the mirror and seeing thinning or bald patches or noticing an increasing amount of hair in your drain or on your brush. It may be the case that you’ve actually tried to do something about your hair loss; using special shampoos or medication, making lifestyle changes, or exploring other non-surgical options for stopping or reversing the problem – all to no avail.

If you’ve unsuccessfully made all of these efforts – or made no effort at all – and are serious about doing something to fix your hair loss issues, it may be time to consider a hair transplant.

The first thing you need to know about hair transplants is that what you think you know about hair transplants may not be true anymore. The hair restoration techniques and technology used today to restore hair have come a long way in the past couple of decades. The days of “plugs,” “doll hair,” and long, visible scars are long gone. Hair transplants are less invasive, more natural-looking, and require less recovery time than they did in the past.

But while you can – and should – make the decision to consider a hair transplant, whether hair restoration surgery is the best or most effective option for addressing your hair loss is a decision that you need to make in consultation with an experienced and knowledgeable hair restoration physician.

Choosing the right hair transplant surgeon to call for a consultation can be intimidating. There is no shortage of doctors, clinics, and other hair restoration “professionals” her in South Florida who are ready to take your money with promises that they aren’t prepared or able to keep.   

When you arrange for a hair loss consultation, make sure you are meeting with a doctor, not merely a “consultant.” Then feel free to ask the physician some or all of these 15 questions. Once you have found the doctor who you are comfortable with and have confidence in, they will recommend the hair restoration technique best suited for your specific needs and goals.

It may turn out that your doctor does not think you are a suitable candidate for hair transplant surgery and suggest another course of treatment. This may be because you don’t have a sufficient amount of donor hair, your hair loss is temporary or diffuse, or you are too young for surgery. 

Schedule an Appointment for a Hair Loss Evaluation at the Miami Hair & Skin Institute Today

If you’re considering a hair transplant, you will only know whether this is a viable option after consulting with a hair restoration surgeon. At the Miami Hair & Skin Institute, we evaluate each hair loss patient with a comprehensive and proven methodology, obtaining a detailed medical history, performing an in-depth scalp examination using state-of-the-art diagnostic tools and, if indicated, blood tests to detect any underlying imbalances or deficiencies that may be contributing to the hair loss problem. With this information, we can determine the cause of hair loss and the most effective treatment option.

To schedule your personalized hair loss evaluation, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

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FAQ: Will I Get Full Coverage From a Hair Transplant?

When you decide to undergo hair transplant surgery, you want to go into the procedure with appropriate and reasonable expectations. Every patient is different and comes to the hair restoration journey with their own unique hair loss issues and goals. But all hair transplant patients want to see balding or thinning areas of their scalp replaced by full, robust, youthful-looking hair. That is why one of the most common questions patients ask us at the Miami Hair & Skin Institute is whether they will get full coverage from a hair transplant. 

That question should actually be two questions: 

  • Can a hair transplant provide full coverage?
  • Will my hair transplant give me full coverage? 

The answer to the first question is yes. Hair transplant surgery using the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure pioneered by our surgeons can provide full coverage, eliminating bald spots and filling in areas of thinning hair. You can see before and after pictures of our patients to get a sense of what we can accomplish with our cutting-edge techniques and technology. The FUE procedures we perform seamlessly interweave computer-guided extraction with our surgeons’ precision in transplanting follicles to the donor area. 

Sufficient Donor Hair Needed

The answer to the second question is more complicated. The success of any hair transplant depends a great deal on whether the patient has sufficient donor hair that can be transplanted into the targeted areas of the scalp. 

The donor area is found on the back and sides of the scalp where permanent hair growth remains unaffected by male pattern baldness. Since this hair is permanently growing, it makes it ideal for transplantation as it will continue to grow in its new home.

In an FUE transplant, the surgeon takes hair follicles from these donor areas and transplants them to the treatment area, where they will continue to grow. Both male and female hair replacement candidates need healthy hair growth in the donor area at the back of the head for hair transplant surgery to offer the possibility of full coverage. 

You won’t know whether or not you have sufficient donor hair or can get full coverage from a hair transplant procedure until and unless you meet with an experienced hair transplant surgeon who can provide you with a personalized evaluation. 

That is why we invite you to reach out to us at the Miami Hair & Skin Institute today. Our Drs. Nusbaum and Rose are internationally acclaimed hair restoration surgeons with more than 40 years of combined experience. To receive your personalized hair loss consultation and evaluation,  contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

FUE Hair Transplant Scarring Explained

FUE Hair Transplant Scarring Explained

You can minimize their visibility, you can hide them, you can speed their healing, but you can’t avoid them entirely. As with any surgery, some scarring is an inevitable consequence of hair transplant surgery. While the Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) hair transplant technique is not nearly as invasive as other surgical procedures and is light years better in terms of scarring than older hair transplant methods, it does involve incisions in the scalp for the extraction of donor’s hair. Whenever the skin experiences such as trauma, scarring of some form will almost always be present.

In this post, we explain what you need to know about FUE hair transplant scarring; why it happens, the factors that determine the extent of post-procedure scars, and the steps you can take after your surgery to minimize scarring and move the healing process along. 

Why Is There Scarring? 

During an FUE transplant, we remove follicular units from the scalp one at a time using a one-millimeter punch device. This stands in contrast to the strip harvesting of groups of follicles which leave behind a more linear – and more apparent – scar. With FUE, small scars occur in a dot-like and scattered pattern that makes them virtually undetectable after healing and regrowth. The minimal scarring means that patients can wear their hair quite short (but not completely shaven) without any visible evidence that they have had hair transplant surgery.

How Much Scarring Will There Be?

If you go out for a gourmet meal, whether the food exceeds expectations or is tasteless and underwhelming is largely in the hands of the chef, who will use their training, education, artistry, and talent to craft a delicious feast for you. Even the finest ingredients won’t mean much if the chef is subpar. Same with hair transplant surgery. 

The most crucial factor in minimizing or avoiding visible scarring is the identity of the surgeon performing the procedure. You need to do your homework and make sure that the doctor you choose for this important crossroads in your life has the skill, technique, and experience to perform an FUE transplant with the care and attention to detail needed to prevent scarring. Precision is the key to a successful FUE procedure, and the key to precision is experience and the skillful use of the most advanced technology available. 

The Miami Hair & Skin Institute’s Dr. Paul Rose was one of the pioneers of the FUE technique and has restored the hair, appearance, and confidence of thousands of patients over the past 15 years. Our approach uses the image-guided robotics of the ARTAS system, which provides unmatched precision in hair transplantation and further minimizes post-surgery scarring.  

Healing Scars After Hair Transplant Surgery

Though scarring should be minimal and heal quickly, you’ll want to be gentle with your scalp and hair after surgery to keep it that way. You’ll be able to return to work and engage in your regular activities in a matter of days, but for the first few nights, try to sleep with your head elevated. Wait a few days before shampooing as you usually would, but don’t be too vigorous when doing so.

Schedule an Appointment for a Hair Restoration Evaluation Today

If you are concerned about your hair loss and are ready to do something about it, worries about scarring shouldn’t stand in your way. We invite you to schedule a personalized hair loss and restoration evaluation at the Miami Hair & Skin Institute. Our Drs. Nusbaum and Rose are internationally renowned hair restoration surgeons with more than 40 years of combined experience. To receive a personalized evaluation and treatment plan, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

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How to Achieve a Natural-Looking Hairline

For many people who are in the early stages of hair loss, a diminishing and receding hairline is the first and most noticeable sign that there is an issue. A desire to restore that hairline to its youthful glory is often what motivates individuals to explore the possibility of hair transplant surgery. 

Indeed, the hair transplant surgeries we perform at the Miami Hair & Skin Institute deliver great results as our world-renowned surgeons use their artistry and skill along with the most advanced technology to create natural-looking hairlines that will stand the test of time. Dr. Bernard Nusbaum and Dr. Paul Rose have crafted hairlines that have improved the appearance and self-confidence of thousands of patients.

To achieve this objective, they leverage their comprehensive understanding of what makes a surgically restored hairline look completely organic and not the result of a transplant. When planning each patient’s unique and individual hairline restoration, the factors that they consider in order to obtain the natural-looking hairline the patient wants include:

  • The right frame. Your hairline and your hair, in general, provide framing for your face. Just as a beautiful work of art can be diminished if it is in a substandard frame, so too can the appearance of your face if the hairline is not restored correctly. If the hairline is restored too low on the forehead, it can be just as diminishing to appearance as a hairline which has receded. Your surgeon should find the right level when positioning your new hairline so that it creates a natural, unobtrusive and complementary frame for the shape and features of your face.
  • The right balance. Your new hairline will be with you for years and decades to come. You want it to appear as natural-looking and age-appropriate 20 years from now as it will 20 weeks from now. That entails vision and foresight on the part of your surgeon who will take into consideration factors like your hair type, your natural hairline curvature, and the insertion angle and quantity of follicles they will be transplanting. If your transplanted hairline is too symmetrical or rounded, it will appear unnatural, especially as you grow older. 
  • Plan ahead. A receding hairline is usually a part of pattern baldness, which means other areas of the scalp are either thinning now or likely will in the future. If you want to leave open the possibility of addressing these balding areas at a later date, you need to make sure that you have healthy follicles available for transplant. Your surgeon should consider that when harvesting donor follicles for your hairline restoration, leaving behind a healthy amount for any future procedures.

Schedule Your Miami Hairline Restoration Evaluation Today

If you are ready to take action and restore your receding hairline, please schedule a personally tailored hairline evaluation at the Miami Hair & Skin Institute. Our doctors are widely-recognized specialists in creating natural hairlines, leaving thousands of patients with improved appearance and self-confidence.

To receive a personalized hairline evaluation and treatment plan, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

FAQ: Can I Color My Hair After an FUE Hair Transplant

FAQ: Can I Color My Hair After an FUE Hair Transplant

One of the many advantages of the Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) hair transplant technique – developed and implemented by Dr. Paul Rose of the Miami Hair and Skin Institute – is that healing tends to be faster and involves fewer post-operative limitations than other hair transplant methods. 

But it is important to remember that hair transplant surgery is, in fact, surgery. As with any surgery, there will be some things you can’t or shouldn’t do in the days and weeks after your procedure as your body recovers and heals. With hair transplant surgery, you should be able to return to work within a day and resume most day-to-day activities in a week to 10 days. But when it comes to how you treat your newly transplanted hair follicles, caution, care, and patience are key to ensuring optimal results.

This includes waiting a bit before coloring your transplanted hair. It’s not that you won’t be able to use gels, dyes, colors, straighteners, and similar treatments – you will – it’s just that you need to hold off a bit before you do so. 

That’s because your transplanted hair follicles will be more sensitive and prone to damage than your existing hair. The chemicals, bleach, and peroxide in most hair coloring treatments are particularly harsh, and if you use them on follicles which have yet to take hold and develop their own blood supply, you can be sending those follicles to an unfortunate and avoidable demise. 

That said, your transplanted hair will eventually become as strong and resilient as the rest of your follicles if it is allowed to recover and start growing in peace for a bit after surgery. Therefore, you should wait at least one month before considering coloring your hair or using styling gels and blow dryers. 

Of course, you should always follow the specific post-operative instructions your hair transplant surgeon gives you. If you have questions or concerns about resuming the use of hair coloring or any other styling products or techniques, don’t hesitate to ask your physician. They will want your hair transplant to be as successful as you do and will be happy to work with you after your surgery to make sure you take all the steps and precautions necessary to maximize your results.

Schedule an Appointment Today For Your Hair Loss Evaluation

If you want to learn more about the FUE hair transplant technique and post-operative care, or if you are ready to take the first step on your hair restoration journey, we invite you to contact us at the Miami Hair and Skin Institute. To receive a personalized evaluation and treatment plan, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

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3 Signs You’re Ready for a Hair Transplant

When it comes to hair loss solutions, one size definitely does not fit all. Depending on several factors unique to each patient, including the underlying causes, nature, and progression of hair loss, your hair restoration doctor may recommend one of several different treatment options, including hair transplant surgery. But your physician won’t suggest a transplant as the best solution for you unless he or she believes that you are ready to undergo the procedure and have the characteristics that make you a good candidate for the surgery.

If you are considering taking action to address your hair loss issues and concerns, here are three signs that you may be ready for hair transplant surgery:  

  1. You’re old enough. Many people start to experience hair loss at a young age; even children and teenagers can see the early signs of permanent hair loss. But while young people are still growing and maturing, the full extent and pattern of their hair loss may not be discernable. For hair loss surgery to deliver optimal results, the physician must be able to identify the individual patient’s unique hair loss pattern, so that he or she may transplant hair to the balding and thinning areas in a way that leaves behind a natural-looking hairline. That is why we only recommend a transplant as a potential treatment for individuals 18 and older, though we may suggest waiting even longer in some cases.
  2. You have enough donor hair. You can’t have hair transplant surgery unless you have hair to transplant. Unlike organ transplants, hair transplants involve the use of your own hair. We take hair follicles from areas on the back or sides of your head and transplant them to the treatment area, where they will continue to grow. Both male and female hair replacement candidates need robust hair growth in the donor area at the back of the head for transplant surgery to be a viable treatment for hair loss.
  3. Your hair loss is permanent. Not all hair loss is forever. Sometimes, excessive hair shedding is a seasonal or temporary issue caused by factors such as stress, hormonal changes, and other environmental or biological factors. If your doctor’s assessment is that your hair loss fits this category and that healthy hair growth is likely to resume, a transplant is not an appropriate choice for addressing the issue. Hair transplant surgery is reserved for those suffering from permanent hair loss, such as male pattern baldness.

Ready to Fix Your Hair Loss Problems? Schedule Your Hair Loss Evaluation Today.

You will only truly know whether you are ready for a hair transplant after consulting with a hair restoration surgeon. At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, we evaluate each hair loss patient with a comprehensive and proven methodology to determine the cause of hair loss and choose the most effective treatment option. 

To schedule your personalized hair loss evaluation, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

Can I Have a Guarantee For My Hair Transplant? 

Can I Have a Guarantee For My Hair Transplant? There are few, if any, guarantees in life. No one can predict the future, and no one can honestly promise you that everything will go as planned. That said, if you want a particular outcome or result, there are almost always things you can do to increase the odds of things going right. Exercising, eating well, and living a healthy lifestyle can significantly increase your chances of living longer, for example, but it is no guarantee that you actually will.

The same goes for any type of medical procedure, especially surgery. If you were about to undergo open-heart surgery, your doctor can give you a prognosis, can tell you how he or she thinks things should go, but they ethically cannot and should not promise you that everything will go perfectly.

But if the doctor you chose for your operation is one of the best in the world, is well-known for their skills and talents, and has successfully performed this kind of surgery thousands of times, you’ll feel a lot more confident about the likelihood of a good result.

Don’t Look for Guarantees – Look for the Best

At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, we don’t offer guarantees regarding the outcome of hair restoration procedures. We can and do guarantee, however, that you will receive unmatched personal attention care from two of the world’s most acclaimed and recognized hair transplant surgeons; doctors whose work can be seen on the heads of thousands of satisfied patients in Florida and around the globe.

Drs. Bernard Nusbaum and Paul Rose developed and use an innovative and comprehensive approach for evaluating and treating patients with hair loss while providing the very latest in surgical procedures and techniques at our state-of-the-art facility. Both doctors are widely recognized and acclaimed leaders in the field of hair restoration surgery, developing the cutting-edge methods which have since become standard around the world. Each brings over twenty-five years of experience and professional expertise and have successfully performed tens of thousands of procedures.

Making the Right Choice in Surgeons Is Your Best Guarantee

Choosing the right hair restoration professional or hair transplant surgeon can be the best guarantee that you will be pleased with the outcome of your procedure. In South Florida and elsewhere, there is no shortage of doctors, clinics, or other companies that hold themselves out as being the solution to your hair loss problems. Make sure you make the right decision by knowing what to look for and what questions to ask.

When you arrange for an initial consultation at hair loss clinic, make sure you are meeting with a doctor, not simply someone referred to as a “consultant.” Then feel free to ask the physician some or all of these 15 questions to learn more about their experience, qualifications, and approach.  Once you have found the doctor who makes you feel comfortable and confident, they will recommend the hair restoration technique best suited for your specific needs and goals.

Schedule an Appointment for a Hair Loss Evaluation Today

When you decide to do something about your hair loss and schedule an appointment at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, we guarantee that you will receive a thorough and personalized hair loss evaluation using our comprehensive and proven methodology.

This can include obtaining a detailed medical history, performing an in-depth scalp examination using advanced diagnostic tools and, if needed, performing blood tests to detect any underlying imbalances or deficiencies that may be contributing to the hair loss problem. With this information, we can determine the cause of hair loss and choose the treatment option designed to achieve optimal results.

To schedule your personalized hair loss evaluation, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

Is Postpartum Hair Loss Normal?

Is Postpartum Hair Loss Normal?

Is Postpartum Hair Loss Normal? New moms have a lot to deal with. Adjusting to the new realities, responsibilities, and routines (or lack thereof) of parenthood can be overwhelming, and chronic sleep-deprivation doesn’t help matters. But for many women, the months after giving birth also comes with the unwelcome and unexpected sight of hair loss.

Postpartum hair loss – also called postpartum alopecia – is a common phenomenon. Up to 90 of women experience some degree of hair loss three to five months after giving birth, and a large percentage of new mothers experience excessive shedding, even hair falling out in clumps, during that time. The good news is that this hair loss is almost always temporary and hair growth returns to normal in plenty of time for baby’s first birthday party.

Why Does Postpartum Hair Loss Happen?

Every mom knows the havoc that their hormones wreak on their body during pregnancy. But the months that follow delivery also involve dramatic fluctuations in hormone levels as the body returns to its normal state. This hormonal whiplash takes its toll on hair as well.

Many pregnant women notice that their hair seems thicker and fuller than it did before their pregnancy. That’s because elevated estrogen levels increase the percentage of hairs that are in the growth cycle, while simultaneously freezing hair that is in the resting phase of hair growth. After childbirth, estrogen levels fall dramatically, and all the hair that was growing so beautifully starts to fall out. While we all shed hair regularly, at a rate of around 80 hairs per day, the extent of postpartum shedding can raise that number to closer to 400 hairs a day.

While you may not be able to stop postpartum shedding, changing up your hairstyle and keeping control of your stress levels can help you ride out this temporary condition.  Just as life slowly returns to a new normal as the months go by after having a baby, so too will your hair.

Call the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami Today If You Have Hair Loss Questions

While most postpartum hair loss is temporary, not all hair loss problems are. If you are concerned about or are experiencing hair loss and want to know what you can do about it, please contact the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami. Our world-renowned physicians diagnose and treat hair loss cases through advanced hair restoration surgery techniques and alternative non-invasive treatments.

To receive a personalized evaluation and treatment plan, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

Achieving Fast Donor Healing in FUE Hair Transplant

Achieving Fast Donor Healing in FUE Hair Transplant

Achieving Fast Donor Healing in FUE Hair TransplantAll surgeries, whether it be a minor outpatient patient procedure or a heart bypass operation, involving recovery and healing time after the surgery is completed. How much time it takes and the post-operative steps needed to ensure that healing is as quick as possible will depend on the nature and complexity of the procedure. The same goes for hair transplant surgery.

Different hair transplant techniques involve different ways of extracting hair from the donor area which the surgeon will then transplant into balding or thinning areas of the scalp. In turn, each extraction method will leave behind donor areas which experience unique post-operative conditions and lengths of recovery.

Every hair transplant patient wants to heal and get back to the normal activities of as quickly as possible, with as little visible evidence of their surgery as can be achieved. Fast healing, fewer post-operative limitations, and minimal scarring are three of the biggest reasons that the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant technique – developed by the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami’s Dr. Paul Rose – is such a popular choice among those seeking to restore their hair.

The FUE Technique Minimizes Scarring

During an FUE transplant using the ARTAS® Robotic Procedure, we remove follicular units on the back and sides of the scalp one-by-one with a one-millimeter punch device and a head positioning device designed to minimize movement. With FUE, patients can completely avoid a more obvious linear scar often associated with “strip” harvesting of the donor area. Instead, scarring occurs in a dot-like pattern and is virtually undetectable after healing and regrowth.

The minimal scarring means that patients can wear their hair quite short (but not completely shaven) without any evidence that a procedure has been done.

Fast Healing After FUE Procedure

Minimal scarring in the donor area after an FUE procedure translates into faster healing than other transplant methods. You should be able to return to work and engage in your regular activities in a matter of days.

But ensuring that healing proceeds as quickly as it can require care and caution on the patient’s part. If you follow your doctor’s post-operative instructions and avoid actions that could jeopardize your body’s natural healing process, you could unnecessarily delay your recovery.

General ways to speed your donor area healing (in addition to your surgeon’s specific directions) include:

  • Avoiding alcohol for at least three days after your procedure.
  • Avoiding spicy foods for at least a week
  • Do not jog, cycle or lift weights within three days of surgery. Vigorous exercise or heavy lifting should also be avoided for at least one week.
  • Waiting at least 24 hours after your procedure before washing your hair.
  • Avoiding brushing for as long as possible, and don’t use hot styling tools for at least a week. 

Schedule an Appointment Today For Your Hair Loss Evaluation

If you want to learn more about the FUE hair transplant technique, have other hair loss questions, or are ready to take the first step on your hair restoration journey, we invite you to contact us at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami. To receive a personalized evaluation and treatment plan, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

Creating a Natural Hairline With Hair Transplant Surgery

When you look in the mirror, does your forehead appear large than it used to? Have you spent months or years watching your hairline recede like the ocean at low tide? For many people who are in the early stages of hair loss, a diminishing hairline is a first and most noticeable sign that there is a problem. After all, you have to make an effort to see a growing bald spot on top of your head, but your receding hairline is right there in front of you every time you see your reflection. It’s also right there in front of everyone who sees you.

You may have already tried growing your hair longer or styling it differently to enhance your hairline, but that won’t fix the issue or keep it from getting worse. If you want to restore the hairline you once had, hair transplant surgery is a great way to create a natural-looking hairline.   

At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, we take great pride in the skill and artistry we bring to hairline restoration. Dr. Bernard Nusbaum and Dr. Paul Rose are world-renowned leaders in the field of hair transplant surgery. Using the most advanced technology and techniques, they have created hairlines that have improved the appearance and self-confidence of thousands of patients.

We use two primary techniques to restore hairlines, both of which accomplish the goal of a full and natural look while making it undetectable that you’ve had any surgery.

Natural Hairline Restoration With the ARTAS System

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a minimally invasive method of transplanting individual hair follicles into the hairline area. Using the advanced ARTAS system, we restore your hairline by transplanting permanent hair from the back or side of the head. The precision of the ARTAS system is particularly suited to hairline restoration. It digitally scans the scalp, identifying hair in its natural groupings. Selected follicles are then precisely removed, using the ARTAS system’s image-guided robotics. Most of your hair is left untouched so that the area retains its natural appearance. We then transplant the hairs near the hairline, where they will grow naturally on the hairline just as they did before.

Natural Hairlines Through the MOSAIC® Hair Restoration Procedure

At the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami, our surgeons plated a critical role development of a significant advancement in hairline restoration and treating other hair loss issues: Mosaic® Hair Restoration.

The Mosaic procedure involves designing the hairline area in an individualized manner, mimicking your unique follicular unit arrangement pattern. This approach ensures a personalized follicular pattern, so you receive the most natural hairline appearance.

Our surgeons will obtain several magnified images of your scalp in areas unaffected by the balding process. We analyze the photos to tabulate the percentages of one, two or three hair follicular units and determine their topographical arrangement unique to you. We then use this data to create a personalized, natural hairline.

Schedule Your Miami Hairline Restoration Evaluation Today

If you are ready to take action and restore your receding hairline, please schedule a personally tailored hairline evaluation at the Hair Transplant Institute of Miami. Our doctors are specialists in creating natural hairlines and have written ground-breaking papers for peer-reviewed journals on the subject.

To receive a personalized hairline evaluation and treatment plan, contact us online or call our office directly at 305-925-0222.

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