Understanding Hair Restoration

From Hair Loss to Hair Restoration

Nowadays, lots of men (and some women) start to lose their hair prematurely, and turn to hair restoration procedures to remedy this common concern. There are numerous restoration techniques that will bring your hair back to its former glory; and the treatment you choose will be based on several variables, such as how invasive you want the surgery to be, and what type of hair loss you are experiencing.

At any given moment, roughly ninety percent of the hair on your scalp is growing. Every follicle has an individual life cycle, which is affected by illness, age, and a range of other variables. There are several kinds of hair loss conditions, sometimes referred to as alopecia. Two examples are as follows: Alopecia areata tends to start unexpectedly, and produces patchy baldness in teenagers and children. Involutional alopecia is where the hair naturally becomes thinner over time and with age. There are also infections and other medical conditions of the scalp that can bring about the need for hair restoration; therefore, finding the best treatment option is the key to obtaining successful and desired results.

Thankfully, Dr. Patt and the staff of Houston Center for Facial Plastic Surgery offer the most innovative hair restoration procedures from today’s latest in technological advancements, to help save your scalp, or restore what was lost. Regardless of the type of hair loss a patient is experiencing, be it male pattern baldness, thinning hair, certain scalp conditions, or due to certain prescribed medications and chemotherapy, Dr. Patt understands the different causes and the best recommended treatments for your situation. Therefore, consulting with Dr. Patt is the first step in your journey towards obtaining a thicker, healthier, and restored head of hair.


See Before and After Photos of Some of Our Hair Restoration Patients

Before and After Hair Restoration Photos

Some of Dr. Patt’s goals in treating patients who are experiencing hair loss is to provide techniques that are minimally or less invasive, with less downtime, and that yield more natural looking results.