Hair Restoration

What Is Male Pattern Baldness?

Dr. Thompson sees many patients concerned with male pattern baldness, which is the most common type of hair loss in men effecting up to 50 percent at some point in their lives. Also called androgenetic alopecia, male pattern baldness is both genetic, and associated with the male sex hormones called androgens, which regulate hair growth. Typically, …

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Hair Transplant Results from Utah’s Top Facial Plastic Surgeon

Is your hair thinning and making you look much older? There are many options that can get you back to a full head of hair. But which one works? Watch as Gary gets hair transplant surgery here on The Younger You. Troy: Today we’re talking about hair restoration and it’s being done on the blokes. …

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Hair Restoration – Pros & Cons of Follicular Unit Extraction

The two main techniques Dr. Thompson utilizes to perform hair transplant surgery are Follicular Unit Transplant (strip method or FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). FUT is performed by taking a strip of hair from the back of the head and extracting each follicle that is then transplanted to the thinning areas of the scalp. …

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What Is Hair Replacement Surgery?

Many patients concerned about hair loss come to see Dr. Thompson to discuss hair replacement surgery. Hair loss typically results from a combination of normal aging, changes in hormones, and/or a family history of baldness. Baldness is not caused by poor circulation to the scalp, vitamin deficiencies, dandruff, or excessive hat wearing, despite some of the myths …

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