Medical Therapy and Surgical Hair Transplant Case Study Our patient Wil presented some unusual challenges when he first came to our office in 2014. He had traveled to California to a large clinic and had 3000 hair grafts transplanted. Unfortunately, Wil was not a good candidate for hair transplant and yet the California surgeon still…

Read More

Dr. Dan McGrath discusses robotic hair transplant technology and it’s advantages and disadvantages when performing hair restoration surgery. This is exciting technology when used in the right hands but it often in the offices of physicians that are not competently trained in hair loss therapy and hair restoration technique.

Read More

While there are several types of alopecia, traction alopecia is the most prevalent in African American women. Traction alopecia is hair loss caused by the constant pulling or tension on the hair follicles, common with braiding, tightly coiled twists, extensions, weaves and other tight hair styles. While hair loss is reversible, it must be caught and treated early to avoid permanent hair loss.

Read More