Men’s Hair Loss

The surgical staff at Koher Medical adheres to the Norwood-Hamilton scale to determine the extent of a patient’s male pattern baldness, which affects over 35 million men in the United States alone. This is usually inherited, and can come from either side of the family. Hair transplant surgery may be an option for those with advanced male pattern baldness.

Women’s Hair Loss

A variety of conditions can affect the way a woman’s hair thins out, including genetics or female androgenetic alopecia. Around 20 million women suffer from hair loss in the United States, and while the cause isn’t always singular, it can be treated. Optimal solutions may include hair transplants, low-level laser hair therapy and Minoxidil.

Non-Surgical Hair Restoration

If you’d rather not go under the knife, several hair restoration treatments are still available to you, including low-level laser therapy, prescribed medications and topical solutions, such as Rogaine. Whatever alternate solution you require, Koher Medical can provide.