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HAIR RESTORATION AND SERVICE NAMES

If you have been thinking about hair restoration, you have probably discovered that hair restoration, replacement and transplants are surgical procedures marketed under many service-marked names. You can probably find a half-dozen or more service marks involving hair restoration by scanning your daily newspaper, a few consumer magazines, and by a brief search of the Web. What common procedures may …

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THE WEATHERING OF HAIR: HOW HAIR DAMAGE MAKES THE LEAST OF WHAT YOU HAVE

The wrinkled, bone-dry, parchment-like skin of a person who spends much of their life in the wind and sun is said to be “weathered”. While “weathering” is a term very familiar in association with skin, hair is also subject to cosmetic and structural damage that some experts call “weathering”. An example of weathered hair we all recognize is “surfer’s hair”—frazzled …

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SCALP SKIN CONDITIONS & DISORDERS

Among the most common conditions of the human scalp are flaking dead skin cells (dandruff), excessive oiliness (seborrhea), and oily crusts adhering to inflamed, itchy, moist scalp skin (seborrheic dermatitis). These conditions usually begin while a person still has a full head of hair, and they persist as hair begins to be lost due to androgenetic alopecia (male or female-pattern …

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HAIR RESTORATION IN EAST ASIANS

Surgical hair restoration in East Asians (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) is similar in most respects to surgical hair restoration in white Caucasians. In hair transplants, especially, there are anatomic and cultural differences between East Asians and white Caucasians that may influence the choice of procedure. Anatomic East Asians have thicker individual hairs than Caucasians, but fewer hairs per square centimeter of …

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