Advanced Hair Restoration: A Full Head After 50

Toupées, wigs, and weaves are so last century. The current crop of middle-aged men and women are successfully fighting baldness and thinning hairlines with state of the art advanced hair restoration procedures.There are medical treatments that make it possible to regain your own full head of lustrous hair and bring back your youthful looks.

The best advantages are that these new-age advanced hair restoration treatments are they are non-invasive, have very little downtime, show almost instant results, and don’t cost an arm and a leg. Plus, some of the results are permanent, meaning you will never again have to face the prospect of thinning hair and bald spots.

As part of the BHRC list of anti-aging treatments, their board-certified specialists offer the widely acclaimed NeoGraft LTS Red/Green technology that treats male and female androgenic alopecia to restore healthy and lustrous hair growth. The treatment works by increasing blood flow and scalp oxygen thus stimulating your natural hair growth.

Another BHRC advanced hair restoration technique for treating pattern baldness in both men and women is the use of the robotic Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) process. This FDA-Approved treatment works by extracting individual hair follicles from one area then transplanting to the affected area. The procedure is minimally invasive, leaves no scarring, and results in natural-looking hair.

The NeoGraft LTS and FUE procedures work much better and are safer than magic pills and much-touted medications such as Rogaine and Propecia. These medications have shown to be better at maintaining your remaining hair rather than stimulating new growth or filling up bald patches. On the bad side, medications like Propecia may disrupt nerve functions and result in lower libido and erectile dysfunction. Hence, the cutting edge treatments of LTS and FUE offer the best and safest options for both males and females.

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