The first option for men who are experiencing hair loss is to do nothing. Some men choose to accept hair loss. Some men camouflage hair loss by changing their hairstyle and some even choose to shave their head. The fact that you have read this far suggests that you are not happy to just accept hair loss.
Most men prefer to have hair. Fortunately they have some other options.
Some men turn to hairpieces or hair “systems” that are really just hairpieces that are bonded to the scalp. The limitations on activities, maintenance and long term cost coupled with the difficulty to maintain a natural look as people age, leave most men looking for better, more permanent solutions.
There are thousands of products that claim to help fight hair loss. Since hair loss and hair growth are very gradual processes, change comes slowly. People want to believe that what they are doing, using or taking works, so there is a very large placebo effect with hair loss treatment. In other words, out of 100 people who use a bogus treatment, at least 30 will believe that it helped (and many would be prepared to give a testimonial to that effect.) That is why testimonials about hair loss products are nearly meaningless and we need to rely on scientific, unbiased studies.
Medications can help stabilize hair loss but only work with continuous use and are much better at maintaining hair than improving hair. They can be used quite effectively in conjunction with hair transplantation, however.
Hair Restoration Surgery and more specifically Hair Transplantation has become the treatment of choice for more and more men. Especially since the mid 90’s, methods have been developed and refined at the Seager Hair Transplant Centre to allow us to provide long-lasting, finished, natural looking, low maintenance hair in just one session.
Other treatments , to date, remain unproven.BACK