We always keep up to date on the best option for hair loss, and we love to innovate. We have the financial resources to continue the research and provide our patients always the best treatment available. Dr. Nader Is an international speaker and is often invited to give lectures in hair restoration societies world wide.
There have been tremendous advances in hair transplantation surgery over the last 20 years, from the old-fashioned plugs, then smaller grafts until single-graft transplants became the standard golden rule. Now follicular units allow a much more natural redefinition of the hairline and provide more hair yield and density per transplant. Being density an issue, special protocols are used to achieve maximum placement without compromising hair growth.
Today, one of the most stressing questions is: What is the most
modern technique for hair loss? and what is the best treatment
for me? The first question has answers that are constantly changing,
as techniques are constantly evolving. Even Follicular Unit Hair
Transplants techniques are constantly evolving to produce a more
natural look and more dense packing hair procedures. Follicular
Unit Extraction techniques have been in a constant struggle to
achieve a better yield of follicular survival and for scarring
to become unnoticeable after a hair transplant procedure.
Below are several research topics on hair loss
that we are disclosing, and have general and not specific information.
All other material is confidential and will be disclosed when
approval and copyright issues are resolved.
There is more information about hair loss in our FAQ page, you are welcome to visit.
Hair multiplication is a technique that varies with each surgeon, as different techniques of dissection and cell handling are being expressed. One must take caution, as these techniques are still experimental and have not yet produced consistent results.
The field of tissue engineering is now evolving. Dermal papilla
cells are being stripped of their hair follicle and kept in primitive
state, preventing them from differentiating into more mature skin
or hair cells. This way, DP have the instructions that dictate
how to grow hair, and activating these cells in their new position
is still in research. Having this said, dermal pallila cells are
a very essential part of hair follicles. They govern formation
of hair fiber from epithelial matrix cells. Also, DP cells are
believed to possess extraordinary hair induction properties, which
is now the main issue. Loosing this condition in vitro makes can
be devastating. Enough said.
Not all of the research and development is thanks to hair loss patients from androgenetic alopecia. We wish to thank all of the patients who have unfortunate genetic alterations and disorders who volunteer and accept our investigations to further enhance our treatments. For further information, click here.
If you have the following conditions, we have some information for you to browse:
Disorders of hair morphogenesis.
Abnormal hair is evident at birth and persists throughout life.
Hypotrichosis with juvenile macular dystrophy
Localized autosomal recessive hypotrichosis
Disorders of hair cycling
Atrichia with papular lesions
Vitamin D-resistant rickets
Disorders of the hair shaft structure
Here at Nader Medical, our commitment is to always have the best innovative procedures, and keep evolving as we have the financial resources to keep doing research on new scalp impregnation therapies and hair multiplication techniques.
Current research has proven to be useful in the following techniques:
Donor hair harvesting and processing
Preparation of the recipient site
Consistent 99% donor hair unit survival rate
Improvement in hair density measurement on recipient sites
Considerable reduction in scarring after the procedure.
Increase in yield of donor hair processing, and therefore better dense packing of the recipient site.
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Propecia Side Effects
I have dedicated a page to describe some of the
common side effects of Propecia (finasteride) and some discussion
from people who have suffered from these side effects. For more
information, please read the Propecia
Side Effects page.