Each hair loss problem is unique. Therefore, each hair loss treatment must be individualized as well. Axis Salon will provide a comprehensive evaluation to determine the best method of restoration for you. The evaluation will include looking at the thickness of hair, the pattern of hair loss, amount of curl, and the caliber of the hair. There are many non-surgical and surgical treatments available and sometimes these methods can be combined to provide the best possible outcome.
Laser hair therapy involves exposing the scalp to a low level laser. In some cases, this will stimulate the follicles to grow hair by increasing blood flow to the scalp. Laser treatment is also beneficial after transplant surgery to speed healing and help produce thicker, healthier hair.
Propecia is an FDA approved medication that is used to treat hair loss. This medication takes about three months to start working. If the medication is stopped, the hair that was gained during treatment will most likely be lost.
Rogaine is applied topically to the scalp. It is useful in reducing hair loss and helps with re-growth. This product will usually produce greater hair volume after four months of continued use.
Axis Salon can also guide you in proper herbal therapies. This type of treatment is beneficial to those who have had surgical treatments or patients who may want to try a more natural approach to treat their hair loss.
Our board certified surgeon can also provide you with unique surgical solutions as well. The following procedures can be performed to help you achieve the look you want.
- Follicular unit transplantation (FUT) is the process of transplanting the hair follicles one at a time.
- Multi-Unit Grafting allows for greater hair density by transplanting multiple units of follicles at a time.
- Follicular Unit Transplantation uses a small surgical punch that works great for short hair styles.
Please come in or call to find out how the professionals at Axis Salon can help create a new you.
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