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Our member physicians are carefully reviewed and granted membership based on their high level of ethics, skill, and the quality of their patient results. They offer free consultations to help you evaluate all your options and can prescribe hair loss drugs, such as Propecia.

To learn more about our membership standards, click here.

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Restoring your hair can be an important life long decision. If an excellent hair restoration physician is not in your immediate area, we encourage you to consider traveling.

Many hair loss sufferers now research and select their physician on a national or even international basis. They typically do an initial consultation remotely and then fly in for a personal consultation and surgery.

Suggestions for evaluating and selecting a hair restoration physician.

• Does the physician take a holistic approach to hair restoration and prescribe non-surgical options, such as Propecia? Your physician should help you evaluate all your options, surgical and non surgical.

• Have they made the investment in time and resources to do large sessions of micro follicular unit hair transplantation? Doing outstanding work requires a staff dedicated and trained to use high-powered magnification with the capability of producing more than 2,000 carefully trimmed grafts per surgical session.

• Is hair restoration the primary focus of their practice? Outstanding results require a physician and a full staff who perform hair restoration surgery on a regular basis. Doing hair restoration as a sideline along with other cosmetic procedures may hinder their ability to do large sessions of highly refined follicular unit transplantation.

• How many patients has this physician produced excellent results for? Like any skill, experience over time is critical to acquiring the skill and judgment required to produce excellent results.

• Can the physician provide at least a dozen sets of detailed patient before and after photographs? Do they also have patients who are willing to speak with you and meet with you in person?