Get Hair Loss Treatment for Men at PHRC

  • Doctor with Over 30 years of Experience
  • Re-Grow Your Natural Hair, No Wigs, Toupees
  • Utilize Latest Technological Advances
  • Painless Procedure

Treat Hair Loss at The Physician's Hair Restoration Center (PHRC)

Hair loss treatment for men is available to you at The Physician's Hair Restoration Center (PHRC) in Houston. For more than 30 years, Dr. Carlos Puig has used innovative and developed techniques to restore hair in men as well as for women. He can use hair transplantation, where hair is taken from a donor area and transplanting to balding areas. He also uses single hair grafts and transplant follicular hair units for donor-challlenged patients. Dr. Puig has performed over 10,000 of these procedures over the years. If you are a man who in search of hair loss treatment, make an appointment at PHRC today by calling 713-974-1808.

 

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Myths About Hair Loss Treatment for Men

[Posted by Dr. Carlos Puig]

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons released its statistic data for 2012. The data shows that the number of cosmetic procedures done in 2012 is at a record high, totaling 14.6 million. Due to the drastic increase in people looking for ways to recapture or retain their youth, a number of marketers are misleading consumers into believing that their hair loss treatment for men are more effective than they really are.

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It Is Never Too Early To Pursue Hair Loss Treatment for Men

[Posted by Dr. Carlos Puig]

Hormones

Androgenic alopecia is the most common form of hair loss and tends to occur near the crown and temples of the head. As the hair loss advances, baldness in these two areas eventually meet, causing the entire top of the head to be bare. The causes of this condition are genetics and hormones. Male pattern baldness is passed down from both sides of the family and may even skip some generations. Approximately 30% of men at age 30 experience alopecia while 50% of men at age 50 experience this condition. By the time men reach the age of 70, 70% of men have some form of hair loss. Many men who catch this condition and act early can have a very successful Hair Loss Treatment for Men.

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