Ben J. Kirbo, M.D. — Laurence Z. Rosenberg, M.D.
Chris DeRosier, M.D.

Now is the Time to Find a Permanent Solution to Hair Loss

Published on May 15, 2009

Both men and women can experience hair loss. Today two out of every three men, and one in five women, suffer some degree of hair loss.

Interest in hair replacement typically brought on by aging, change in hormones, illness or a family history of baldness has significantly increased during the past 10 years. The main cause of a diminishing hairline for men is heredity. In women, hormonal changes such as menopause may cause thinning and hair loss. As a rule, the earlier hair loss begins, the more severe the baldness will become.

Southeastern Plastic Surgery offers a treatment option to hair loss that is unique in the Tallahassee market. Dr. Laurence Rosenberg surgically transplants hair follicles in a simple outpatient appointment.

Donor areas in men, such as an area in the back and the side of the head, allow for Dr. Rosenberg to remove hair from the donor site and transplant them one at a time to balding areas. The fine art of creating a brand new hairline can complement the individual’s facial features and allows for a completed natural look and a restored hairline.

The technique for men and women is virtually the same although the donor areas may be different. Dr. Rosenberg welcomes consultation appointments.

To learn more or to set up a consultation appointment,
call Southeastern Plastic Surgery at 850.219.2000.

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