According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2013 Practice Census results, male pattern baldness is one of the most common forms of hair loss. In fact, about 20 percent of men in their twenties experience hair loss. Each decade that percentage increases by ten percent. Women don’t fare much better. About 30 percent of women under 50 experience hair loss and that number jumps to 50 percent after 50. This hair loss may happen in the form of a receding hairline or a bald spot at the crown of the head or even around the edges of the hair. Fortunately, Dr. Kevin Ende has a solution for residents of New York. A hair transplant in New York can provide attractive results for men and women.

Therapies to Try Before a New York Hair Transplant

Dr. Ende understands that surgical procedures, even minimally invasive procedures, represent a major step. There are some options you might consider before a transplant. These include the use of vitamins, special shampoos, creams, hair lasers, and medications. When these options don’t work, a hair transplant in New York could be your next step.

What to Expect From the Procedure

Once you’ve consulted with the doctor and decided to proceed with a hair transplant, you may schedule your initial appointment. During this visit to the doctor, individual hairs will be removed from your head or body where there is dense growth of healthy hair. The hair will be transplanted to the area of greatest hair loss. This can take place at the crown of the head to slow a receding hairline or at any place on the head where you have signs of baldness.

After the Hair Transplant

Further appointments may be scheduled to monitor the progress of new hair growth. Many patients find they are pleased with their first hair transplant in New York and schedule other procedures to further compensate for thinning hair. Contact Dr. Kevin Ende for a free consultation at (917) 678-5606 or fill out the online form. Together you can discuss your own experience with hair loss, and to determine the most appropriate course of action.