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First I would like to thank you for this wonderful resource. I am a 52 year man who has always had very thick hair until the past 5 years or so. I’m starting to get the “going bald” comments and to be honest I do not like the idea of of being...

Hair loss is progressive. The fact that you have just started noticing your hair loss in your early 50s is a good sign that you are likely not going to lose all your hair, therefore a more “aggressive” approach can be taken, whereby we focus on giving you the restoration and...

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I was wondering if it is possible for an African American to have a successful hair transplant? I do not know anyone who has ever...

I’ve seen some promising results from the follicular unit hair transplant I received in late February 2009. However, I’m concerned that the Propecia I am t...

I’ve had two poor hair transplants in 2003 and 2004 and I am at my wits end. Unfortunately, I did not do enough research and have ju...

I’m 17 yeas old and I’m losing my hair like crazy. I went to my family doctor and he recommended Rogaine, but it is not...

I had a hair transplant over 14 months ago and I have never been more worried or stressed. I read your article on shock loss and...

I’ve been reading a lot about megasessions on the internet. Some clinics are offering 5000 or more grafts in one sitting. I’d love to have...

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The International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons is a consumer organization that selectively screens skilled and ethical hair transplant surgeons. The IAHRS does not offer an open membership policy to doctors practicing hair transplatation, and is the only group that recognizes that all surgeons are not equal in their skill and technique. Its elite membership seeks to represent the best in the discipline, the true leaders in the field of surgical hair restoration.