Find a Hair Loss Treatment that works for you.
Today, some hair loss treatments can actually stop or even reverse hair loss. Hair transplant surgery, when done right, can now produce results that are so natural that even hair stylists cannot detect them.
But it is critical to choose the right hair loss treatment and hair restoration physician, since the skill, talent, and experience of physicians vary widely, as do their results.
This multimedia site is sponsored by the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians in order to help you learn about all credible hair loss solutions currently available. We encourage you to explore this site and share information with other balding men and women on our free and open discussion forum. Also visit our regularly updated hair loss news section.
Our carefully chosen Coalition members also provide free and private consultations to help you create a treatment plan that’s best for you. Our member’s professional profiles, patient photos, hair restoration videos and contact information are provided on this site. To learn more about the high standards Coalition physicians must meet before being granted membership, view our Membership Standards.
All members of the Coalition perform Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation with proven results. This minimally invasive procedure for hair loss enables patients to achieve very natural and dense hair growth after only one surgical session.
Explore this website to find legitimate hair loss treatments.
What Causes Hair Loss?
Balding men and women seeking real hair restoration solutions should first discover what causes hair loss before considering treatment options. Explore the below topics and learn what causes alopecia and what really works to treat baldness.
Normal Hair Loss and Shedding due to the Hair Growth Cycle
A certain amount of hair loss is normal and won’t result in thinning hair or baldness. This “normal” loss is characterized by shedding of up to 50 to 100 hairs daily and is a natural result of the normal hair growth cycle.
Common Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)
Androgenic alopecia (referred to as male pattern baldness or genetic female hair loss is the most common reason why men and women go bald. The root cause of this condition is genetic and despite one of the hair loss myths that it is hereditarily linked to your mother’s father; genetic alopecia can be acquired from either side of the family.
Other Hair Loss Causes and Types
Non-genetic causes of baldness are quite common in women with hair loss, but can also affect men. Some of these include but are not limited to: dietary issues, hormonal imbalances, traumatic stress, medical conditions, scalp infections, and medicinal side effects. Learn more about non-genetic causes of hair loss, types of alopecia, and available treatment options.
Hair Loss Treatment Solutions that Really Work:
Today, some hair loss treatment options can actually stop hair loss or even reverse it. Non-surgical medications however, have not been proven to restore hair in frontal areas. Only hair restoration surgery has been successful in restoring hair in the frontal hairline once it has been lost.
Hair Transplant Surgery
Hair transplant surgery, when done right, can now produce results that are so natural that even hair stylists cannot detect them. But it is critical to choose the right hair loss doctor, since the skill, talent, and experience of surgeons vary widely, as do their results.
Our Coalition Hair Loss Doctors are carefully selected and perform Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Hair Transplantation with excellent results. This advanced hair procedure is currently performed by only a small number of hair loss doctors worldwide. This minimally invasive procedure enables patients to achieve very natural and dense hair growth after only one surgical session.
Questionable Hair Loss Treatments
In pursuit of a baldness cure, balding men and women are often lured by fancy promotional propaganda on television, the radio, and the internet. But many hair loss products often make promises that are difficult if not impossible to deliver. Learn how to get past the hype and evaluate questionable treatments.