With locations in Rockville and Towson and serving the residents of Alexandria, Potomac, Columbia, Bethesda, and the surrounding communities, Dr. John Kiely is helping his patients understand hair restoration treatment.
Hair restoration is the process of counteracting or slowing the symptoms of hair loss in men and women. Physicians use several surgical and non-surgical methods to help achieve patients’ goals with hair restoration.
What Are the Most Recommended Treatments for Hair Restoration?
There are several recommended treatments for hair restoration used by physicians to treat those with varying amounts of hair loss. These treatments include non-surgical, surgical, and medical techniques that help patients achieve their own personal goals for hair restoration.
The most recommended treatments for hair restoration include the following:
- Hair Transplantation. With hair transplantation, there are several techniques that are used depending on the amount of hair loss. The most common techniques used are follicular unit extraction, mini-micro grafting, and micro grafting.
- Laser Hair Therapy. Laser hair therapy is a treatment in which infrared light therapy is applied to a patient’s scalp to stimulate growth.
- Prescription Drug Therapy. Prescription drug therapy is often used as a way to reverse hair loss. Rogaine is a topical solution applied directly to the scalp while Propecia is the only FDA-approved oral drug taken to do the same.
How Do I Know What Treatment Is the Best Option?
Dr. Kiely will meet with you to evaluate your hair loss and discuss your goal with hair restoration so that he can provide you with a recommended course of action.
Is Hair Restoration Natural Looking?
With today’s technological advancements, hair restoration is more natural looking than it ever has been. Techniques used make hair restoration virtually undetectable with the naked eye.
Does Hair Restoration Hurt?
While there may be some discomfort following some of the techniques, there is minimal (if any) discomfort during the procedures. For surgical and non-surgical procedures, a local anesthetic is applied.
What Is the Cost of Hair Restoration?
The cost of hair restoration varies for each person. The cost depends on the extent of surgery necessary to achieve your individual appearance goal. Dr. Kiely accepts cash, credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express), and checks as payment options.
Additional Hair Restoration Topics
- Hair Transplantation
- Follicular Unit Extraction
- Mini-Micro Grafting
- Micro Grafting
- Laser Hair Therapy
- Prescription Drug Therapy
With more than 30 years of experience and over 14,000 procedures performed treating hair loss for men and women in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, Dr. Kiely recognizes that each patient has unique requirements and desires. His services have improved the lives of people from in and around Baltimore. Dr. Kiely specializes in hair loss solutions for men and women by performing hair transplantation procedures such as Follicular Unit Extraction, Mini-Micro Grafting and Micro Grafting. If you are looking for self-improvement in the form of hair restoration, Dr. Kiely and his professional team will accommodate your needs! Please call 301-468-2335 today to schedule your free initial consultation!