It is important to have a clear understanding of your expectations when you begin hair restoration treatment. If you are considering a transplant, there are certain questions to ask yourself. For instance: How much hair do you want? How much hair do you need? How much hair loss do you have? How much hair is available in the donor area? On the other hand, if you are considering non-surgical options, you have to be sure that you are comfortable with ongoing maintenance. Will you have more or less hair? Will there be long-term costs?
There are pros and cons for each option, so it is important to talk to the consultants at Christoffels & Company about your decision. For example, if you would like to do a surgical procedure but only have a small amount of hair in the donor area, the reality of surgery may not meet your expectations. In this case, the best solution will probably be non-surgical. On the other hand, if you are unable to make appointments for regular service, then a transplant may be a better option.
In the end, people suffering from hair loss have three options:
1. Hair loss treatment. Use one or any combination of treatment options. Includes low level lasers, Minoxidil, propecia or other scalp therapy.
2. Non-surgical. Includes semi-permanent and daily wear options.
3. Surgical hair restoration.
Contact Christoffels & Company today, and we will help you make a decision that best meets your expectations.