The origin of the hair transplant dates back to the 19th century. It was in 1897 that Dr. Menahem Hodara for the first time transplanted hair taken from an area of the scalp to a bald area. Then in the 1930s, modern transplantation techniques emerged in Japan, initially to correct only the eyebrows. More recently, new discoveries have emerged in the field of baldness. It would seem that the famous wasabi, this ultra-hot green paste that accompanies sushi, has components promoting hair regrowth!
Turquoise sea, palm trees and sun, a tropical holiday and a new head of hair at a low price can sound too good to be true for those suffering from hair loss. In reality, does the result match the promise? Cheap or "low cost" hair implants, in particular in Thailand and the Middle East, are becoming more and more frequent, yet these non-standardised transplant methods carry many risks.
In this article we give you the information you need to ask the right questions and help you make an informed choice, based on over 47 years of global expertise in the treatment of hair loss.
If you’ve found yourself wearing a hat as often as you wear pants due to a lack of hair up top, you may be contemplating a solution that will give you the liberty to become hat-free. Forget shaving your head, wearing a wig and those dreadful hair plugs, think DHI microsurgery, where your barber won’t even be able to tell you’ve had a hair transplant or hairline redesign.
An expanding waist line, wrinkles, thinning hair, grey hair and hair growing out of places it shouldn’t! Getting older throws us curve-balls from all directions. Thankfully, the world of non-surgical cosmetic treatments that are now, more than ever before, tailored to men, gives us a realm of anti-ageing solutions to help keep our true age and our perceived age as far apart as possible.
We are going to talk about thinning hair, receding hair lines and grey hair and just how much of an ageing effect they have.
Do you sometimes make a joke about your progressing baldness, trying to make it sound as though it doesn’t bother you? Have you made wearing a hat an art form? As a man, finding a way to talk to your wife or partner about how you really feel about losing your hair can be extremely difficult. How do you bring up the subject? How do you explain the impact it’s having on you? What if you’re not taken seriously? Sometimes you may feel like it’s just easier to “grin and bear it”. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Many DHI patients find that once they discuss the impact of hair loss with their partner, they feel less anxious and more positive. We give you a few helpful tips to make broaching the subject with your loved one easier.
Over the years, Ashley & Martin have successfully built a brand associated with hair loss treatment. According to the CEO of Ashley & Martin, “2010 data shows that 70% of hair loss industry marketing is Ashley and Martin’s.” This shows that they spend a huge budget on marketing and brand awareness, but what about the quality of solutions and results?
With today’s increasingly significant emphasis on health and natural solutions, taking hair loss medications or a daily hair loss prevention routine may not be suitable for everyone. We explain the similarities and differences between Ashley & Martin (A&M) and DHI hair loss prevention and solutions.
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