Dr. Bernstein is interviewed on Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxidil) hair loss medications, which ones are most effective, how they work, and any side effects.
We all lose our hair, but hair loss is something that individuals experience differently. Some people lose their hair very early, while some lose their hair and are satisfied with a balding scalp. People lose their hair at different rates and varying degrees of severity. So when is it the right time to seek treatment from a hair restoration physician? Dr. Bernstein discusses how to approach treating your hair loss and when to seek answers from a physician.
Hair loss can be devastating for both men and women who suffer from it. While not every person suffering from hair loss is medically indicated for a hair transplant, many who have the procedure feel a sense of renewal of confidence. For some, who have spent years hiding or camouflaging their hair loss, the freedom of having a full head of hair can be life-changing. In this video, Dr. Bernstein describes how some of his patients have benefited from hair transplant surgery. After watching the video, go read some letters from our hair transplant patients that we have received.
Hair loss medications are a topic of interest to a great number of people around the world. While the treatment of hair loss with Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxidil) have proven to result in a reversal of hair loss, patients still have a number of questions about the drugs’ efficacy and safety. Sometimes these concerns can be exacerbated by reports in the media. Dr. Bernstein discusses these issues in this clip.
Dr. Bernstein was interviewed on the Fox News program “Fox and Friends” where he and the show hosts discussed a variety of topics related to hair loss. These include follicular unit transplantation (FUT), propecia hair loss medication, hair plugs, low level laser therapy (LLLT), and other issues.
The Italian television channel RAI interviewed Dr. Bernstein about hair transplant surgery, hair loss medication, and the ARTAS Robotic System for FUE.
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