About male hair restoration
A person's hair can create a first and lasting impression. While hair can seem like a small detail in the grand scheme of things, it's common for people to make decisions based on the way someone styles or colors their hair, in addition to how much or how little hair they have. So when someone begins losing their hair, it can be quite upsetting. Baldness is often something that's difficult for people to accept. Thankfully, with all the new advances available now in the hair restoration industry, your hair loss may be controlled, reversed, and in many instances, restored. Spring, TX plastic surgeon Dr. Younghoon Cho has treated patients dealing with premature hair loss to late-stage balding by supplying customized, patient-specific treatments that allow for the most aesthetically pleasing outcomes.
"Best Dermatologist! My experience was wonderful. - My experience here was wonderful. I got sculptra done a few weeks ago and am already seeing great results. I get very light headed around needles and Dr. Chiang was very understanding and helpful. I also appreciate her suggestions for treatments that might help in areas I didn’t even know could be treated. Excellent experience!"- K. / RealSelf / Jan 09, 2020
"Scalp Hair Thinning - Dr Chiang has been my dermatologist for many years and she is absolutely the best and most knowledgeable doctor. She spends time with me each visit and she is always making suggestions and using the newest techniques to preserve and grow my hair. I am grateful to have her as my dermatologist. and completely trust her."- T. / RealSelf / Jan 09, 2020
"I trust Integrated Aesthetics! Dr. Chiang and Dr. Cho customized the perfect plan for me so that I feel incredible and look natural."- L.M. / Google / Sep 30, 2020
"I love Dr. Chiang. I have been her patient for several years, and she is the only doctor whom I trust with all of my skin needs. I have Melasma and she has been treating me for it, and the improvement is amazing. I also see her to get Botox. I feel safe knowing that I am getting Botox by a doctor. Dr. Chiang is very kind, patient, attentive, and she always answers all of my questions. I wish all doctors have her work ethic. Thank you Dr. Chiang for all that you do 🙏🏻"- R.A. / Google / Sep 30, 2020
"Lip Lift/corner Lift/lip Reduction - Hello, I have been roaming these reviews and thought it was time to share my experience. On 09/09, I had a lip lift with corner lift and lip reduction. I know it’s an odd combination, but I had a fairly short philtrum to begin with, and my goal was to have more teeth show. I will be three weeks post and here are my thoughts/highlights so far:Day 1-5 : Oh my god, the swelling. After surgery, my face just looked...distorted. The swelling was beyond anything I’ve ever experienced before (remember, I had a reduction too). The pain wasn’t too bad post surgery, with the pain peaking maybe 6 hours post. I took one pill for pain and that was all I needed.Day 5: On day 5, I had my stitches removed. Day 7: By day 7, my swelling was reduced and not really as offensive. I felt almost presentable. Current status: I am definitely still tight at the nose, corners, and at the wet/dry border. I cannot smile fully which is frustrating. Most of my swelling appears to be gone but my lip is pretty hard and lumpy at the reduction incision. My scars are still there but definitely hard to see if you’re not looking. I’m about to see a friend I’ve know for years; the real test will be to see if he’ll notice. Highlights:1. You will swell. I took pictures almost daily at the start but I’m not sure that’s a good idea. At the very least, I would not obsess over how it looks initially as it will surely change and evolve over time. 2. The scars will have good days and bad days. Per my doctor’s recommendation, I started to use a silicone ointment as soon as my stitches were removed. I think it’s very important to intervene early on and to remember your scar will evolve over a year plus. Right after my stitch removal, my scar looked perfect. Currently however, it’s gotten bumpy. This is completely normal for it to change. So I guess my advice is, even if your scar looks great initially, be sure to manage your scar for an extended period of time as your scar will continue to remodel for 12 months+. Smiling: Not being able to laugh or smile is the real bummer for me. When my hilarious friend tells me a joke, I want to laugh untrammeled. I am not trying to equate what I feel at all close to depression, but it almost seems like the inability to express has muted my emotions. If you are a smiley, laughy person, expect to feel a bit “unsettled.” Laughing and smiling constitutes a huge part of my personality, and right now, I can’t be fully me. I’m voting “not sure” as it’s still early. However my doctor is FANTASTIC. I think he did everything right for me to have a fantastic experience, now let’s see how my body responds."- M. / RealSelf / Sep 29, 2020
What causes Hair Loss?
The clinical term for balding is alopecia, which occurs when the hair development phases are disrupted. Some hair loss cases don't last while others are permanent. For some people, their hair loss is a result of androgenetic alopecia, which is caused by three factors: genetics, hormones, and age. Genetic baldness can come from either side of your family and may skip a generation. Genetic hair loss is quite common, affecting about 30 – 50 million people in this country alone.
Other hair loss conditions that can disrupt hair development cycles or even destroy hair follicles include certain scalp and medical conditions, nutritional deficiencies, drugs, hormonal imbalances, physical trauma, and even hair care practices and styles. Balding is typically a slow, gradual process that may occur in some areas of the scalp or all over.
Types of Hair Loss Conditions
Most hair loss conditions can be reversed by simply removing the causal variable(s) or by using nonsurgical techniques to stabilize hair loss, improve the standard of the hair follicles, and regrow them. Other disorders cannot be treated without surgery because of the degree and permanence of the baldness. In these situations, hair transplant surgery might be considered. Common hair loss conditions include:
- Female and Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia)
- Alopecia Areata
- Telogen Effluvium
- Anagen Effluvium
- Traction Alopecia
our Hair Loss Treatment Options
Modern improvements in surgical and medical techniques and technologies have made it feasible for patients to slow down their hair loss, reverse it, and revive it. For those with mild cases, Chiseled is pleased to offer platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy with placenta-derived extracellular matrix treatment. In addition, we can recommend therapeutic scalp and hair products that may help stimulate hair growth.
For more severe cases, Chiseled offers the NeoGraft® automated hair transplant system for precision follicular unit extraction (FUE) and follicular unit transplantation (FUT). This is the most advanced and minimally invasive approach for hair restoration on the cosmetic market. It offers better accuracy and speed compared to other popular hair treatments and has a high success rate.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- $3,000 - $10,000
- Recovery Time
- 1 – 2 Weeks
- Average Procedure Time
- 4 – 8 Hours
- Post-op Follow-up
- 2 Days
- Procedure Recovery Location
Stop Hair Loss
If you'd like to combat hair loss through safe, effective methods, contact Chiseled in Spring, TX near The Woodlands to learn more about how to restore and enhance the health of your hair. With PRP therapy and NeoGraft, we can treat mild to severe cases of balding and help promote new hair growth. Schedule a consultation with our skilled team today. We look forward to serving you!