Hair Loss Prevention Services Offered in Miami, FL
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Hair loss prevention services have become a necessity for adults who have noticeable signs of hair loss due to aging. We at Charles Medical Group provide hair loss prevention services to Palm Beach patients, helping them prevent, minimize, and treat hair loss.
Ideal Candidates for Hair Loss Prevention Services
Men and women who are experiencing signs of hair loss are candidates for our services. Even if you cannot determine the cause of your hair loss or baldness, you are still an ideal candidate.
Your Hair Loss Prevention Consultation
During your consultation, we will listen to how you first noticed the signs of hair loss and the struggles you have experienced in treating it. It is important to disclose all the treatments you have attempted.
Tell us about your treatment goals. We will evaluate your medical records and closely examine the areas experiencing hair loss.
We will then recommend the best hair loss prevention service for your situation. We will address any concerns and help you understand the details of the services we recommend.
Propecia® (finasteride) is a drug for an enlarged prostate gland. It works by preventing testosterone from being converted into DHT, so in theory, it might prevent or improve male-pattern baldness, and it can now be prescribed by doctors in the USA for this purpose. Because Finasteride is a tablet rather than a lotion it is more convenient than Minoxidil. It works best if the ‘bald’ areas have lots of fine, thin hairs. Also, younger candidates seem to respond slightly better than older subjects. In any case, if your hair loss is extensive, it will not work. It should be taken indefinitely if hair growth is to continue. Recognized side effects, experienced by around 2% of users, include erectile dysfunction. In trial studies, side effects ceased after the dosage was discontinued. Call today and you’ll be able to speak with a hair loss expert at Charles Medical Group. We’ll provide expert opinions on the most recent developments in hair loss today, what causes it, and what is effective today (including FDA-approved remedies, surgery, and non-surgical methods).
Minoxidil (and other highly televised remedies)
Minoxidil is a vasodilator and originally was exclusively used as an oral drug (Loniten®) to treat high blood pressure. It was, however, discovered to have the interesting side effect of hair growth and reversing baldness, and in the 1980s, Upjohn Corporation produced a topical solution that contained 2% minoxidil to be used to treat baldness and hair loss, under the brand name Rogaine in the United States. Treatments usually include 5% concentration solutions that are designed for men, while the 2% concentration solutions are designed for women. As a drug to combat hair loss, the most common side effect is itchy scalp. If a person uses minoxidil to stop hair loss for a length of time and then stops taking the drug, hair loss will occur again.
The hair line looks great…
I would like to come over and see the doctor, lets set something up. Thank you for the follow up. JohnI am doing well. The hair line looks great! I would give all of you a perfect score, I don’t feel the treatment could be done better or more comfortably. I think Dr Charles is a pretty cool guy, and awesome at what he does!
Treatments That Probably Don’t Work
Thousands of products for baldness are advertised on TV and on the Internet. They claim to make hair re-grow, or simply to stop further loss. Most charge high prices and simply use minoxidil which can be purchased over the counter in your local pharmacy for approximately $10. Other products, most likely, are a complete waste of money. Most have not been assessed by proper research studies, and aim to persuade a consumer by a single ‘true life’ success story. Because hair loss is often noticeable for a month or two and then stops for a few months it is easy to imagine that a product is having an effect. Without proper, recognized research studies, treating hundreds of people with the product and an equal number with a control group version of the treatment, it is impossible to know one way or the other about effectiveness and safety. So before trying a treatment, ask the company for a copy of published evidence and the credentials of the firm testing the product.
Wash your hair daily with a mild shampoo. Dirty hair lies flatter and looks more sparse. Avoid anything that could make the hairs likely to break. After washing don’t rub your hair vigorously or use a hot hairdryer. Rather, pat the hair dry with a soft towel or use a low setting on the dryer, or, even better, let it dry naturally. Use a brush with soft bristles. Use a creame rinse detangler to undo any tangles, rather than pulling with a comb. Protect bald areas from sun damage. Propecia® is a registered trademark of Merck Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Rogaine® is a registered trademark of Pfizer, Inc.
Hair Loss Prevention Cost
The cost of hair loss prevention in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Del Ray Beach depends on the severity of your condition and the ideal service for your hair loss issue. Additional treatments, prescriptions, or follow-up appointments may alter the overall price of hair loss prevention.
Schedule Your Consultation
Contact Charles Medical Group today to schedule your Hair loss Prevention complimentary consultation. Dr. Glen Charles has been serving the areas of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Del Ray Beach for years and is a pioneer in hair transplant surgery. If you are looking to restore lost or thinning hair, schedule your free consultation today!
Meet The DoctorDr. Glenn Charles was born in Buffalo, New York, and raised in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. After receiving his undergraduate degree
from Michigan State University he obtained his medical degree from Nova Southeastern University School of Medicine in North Miami Beach, Fl. Dr. Charles then completed an internship and residency at Michigan State University-affiliated hospitals before acting as the primary physician trainer in hair transplant surgery for a large hair transplant organization from 1997-1999. He opened his own boutique private practice, Charles Medical Group in 1999.Learn More