Therapy For Hair Loss In New Jersey
Beat Natural Hair Thinning Without Surgery.
The foundation of non-surgical hair therapy is using organic methods to stimulate hair follicles. The therapeutic products stimulate hair follicles for healthy growth by entering the circulation of the hair bulb. The result is alterations in the follicle. One of the most depressing cosmetic conditions that can affect both men and women is hair loss. Loss of hair can cause a sharp decline in confidence. Our hair therapy is a helpful choice for people who want to undo the effects of hair loss.
The process is very simple to follow. Dr. Rapaport will review your previous blood test results during the initial consultation, examine your hair under a microscope, and order a new test if needed. He’ll look over your medical history and hair. Next, he will evaluate your present health status and likely causes of hair loss. He will then offer advice regarding the course of treatment and the number of procedures. Dr. Rapaport will get the therapy products ready for use during the hair restoration process. A topical anesthetic will be applied to your scalp in the following step. Subsequently, Dr. Rapaport will apply the product to the desired hair growth areas.
Not every form of hair loss can be treated with this therapy. Before starting therapy, it’s critical that patients receive an accurate evaluation from hair expert Dr. Rapaport to see if they are candidates.
Not all hair loss is the result of genetics. Certain health conditions can contribute to temporary or permanent hair loss, so it is important to be evaluated by Dr. Rapaport in order to determine the cause. With an accurate diagnosis, it is more likely that you will be able to achieve positive results. Common causes of significant hair loss include:
Androgenic Alopecia – While the patterns of baldness for men and women differ, they both have a common cause. With male pattern baldness, hair loss typically occurs on the top and front of the head. With female pattern baldness, thinning occurs on the top and crown of the head. This thinning in women often starts as a widening of the center hair part that leaves the front hairline unaffected.
Illnesses or Health Conditions – all can cause temporary hair loss. In many cases, if the health condition is addressed or managed, the hair will regrow.
Trauma – Scar tissue caused by physical injury, burns, or cosmetic surgery can interfere with hair growth, damaging the hair follicles and potentially causing permanent hair loss.
Alopecia Areata – An autoimmune disease in which the body attacks its own hair follicles, resulting in sudden hair loss on the scalp, face, and body.
Pattern Baldness – Also known as androgenic alopecia, pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss that affects both men and women, although men are predominantly affected by the condition. It is mainly caused by hereditary factors and may be gradual and permanent, beginning with a receding hairline or a thinning crown.
Traction Alopecia – Trauma to the hair follicles by wearing tight hairstyles, such as ponytails, braids, or extensions can cause the hair to stop growing.
When considering the wide range of products available on the market for hair regrowth, Dr. Rapaport’s Hair Growth Therapy is arguably the most effective of them. Keep in mind that there is never a guarantee of success and that your results may vary on the individual basis. Given this, Dr. Rapaport’s Hair Therapy is still a highly effective no-surgery, no-knives procedure for hair regrowth through follicle stimulation. Through reversal of thinning and strengthening of follicle structure, the therapy strengthens growth of new hair in most hair loss patients.
The best candidates for the treatment are those that do not have a history of Telogen Effluvium or scarring Alopecia. Hair Therapy is a great option for many men and women that are looking to restore their confidence and to regain a lush head of hair. Before getting Hair Therapy done, it is important to conduct a careful evaluation with Dr. Rapaport who will determine if you are the right candidate. Overall, this procedure is a safe and natural option for many individuals.
While Hair Therapy is not a cure for baldness (Androgenic Alopecia), it offers significant benefits for hair loss sufferers. The hereditary problem will always remain. However, there is evidence that regular treatments can significantly slow down the effects of Androgenic Alopecia and works to increase hair density. Please check out our before and after pictures section for the results you can expect.
Treatment will vary based on your need. Initially, your provider may recommend several treatments spaced 1 month apart. After the initial treatment, many physicians suggest maintenance treatments 2-4 times per year.
No, preparing for the hair growth therapy usually only takes 10-15 minutes. And the treatment itself is even faster. It often takes as little as 3-5 minutes.
There may be some sensitivity. However, most physicians utilize effective anesthetic solutions, such as cold ambient air or a topical analgesic to minimize any potential discomfort. We also use Pronox to make the procedure completely comfortable if the patient so desires. Talk to Dr. Rapaport about the right option for you.