Dr. Bernstein On Dr. Oz Show To Discuss ‘Taboo’ Of Hair Loss In WomenApril 8th, 2010
Losing one’s hair can be an uncomfortable topic of conversation for any adult, but, given the importance many women place on their appearance, hair loss in women is an especially taboo subject of conversation. Whether it is a bald patch, diffuse thinning, balding from a medical condition, or scarring from an accident, hair loss can be upsetting or even traumatic for many women.
The good news is that hair restoration pioneers like Dr. Bernstein are bringing the treatment of women’s hair loss out of the cosmetics bag and into the modern era of hair restoration. What a better way of squashing the taboo once and for all than for Dr. Bernstein to appear on national television and confront the issue head-on. Dr. Mehmet Oz invited Dr. Bernstein to appear on his show, the Dr. Oz Show, to discuss the causes and diagnosis of hair loss in women.
As seen in the image above, Dr. Bernstein used a densitometer to evaluate the hair loss of a female member of the audience. The device enables a physician to determine the amount of miniaturization, or genetic thinning, present in the patient’s scalp. Dr. Bernstein also commented on the treatment of hair loss with low level laser therapy (lasercomb).
Dr. Oz and Dr. Bernstein are colleagues at The New York Presbyterian Hospital of Columbia University. They first appeared together on the Oprah Winfrey Show where Dr. Bernstein explained his new hair transplant techniques to Oprah.
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Tags: Bald Patch, Columbia University, Densitometer, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Robert M. Bernstein, Hair Loss in Women, Hair Transplant Photos, Laser Comb Long-term Results, Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), Miniaturization, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Oprah Winfrey Show Posted on April 8th, 2010 at 11:18 am