A reality of life is that our genetics play a large role in our physical appearance. Why is it that some people can eat all they want and never put on weight? How can some men gain muscle without ever going to the gym? And why do some people have great hair well into old age?
For those who won life’s genetic lottery at birth, these questions are often irrelevant. But for the rest of the world, steps need to be taken to stop genetics from deterring physical appearance, especially as we age. Fortunately, with the technology of today’s hair restoration procedures, New England Center for Hair Restoration is winning the battle.
We have reversed hair loss, using our patients’ own, natural hair. And the results are permanent. The genetics of balding is relatively easy to understand. Men inherit a gene that makes their hair follicles sensitive to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a derivative of testosterone. Currently no way to alter this hair-loss gene on a genetic level, meaning no one can remove this gene from your biological makeup. There is, however, a way to combat the gene surgically. Hair transplants take hair from the back of a patient’s head, an area that never naturally balds, and places it into balding areas for natural growth.
By implanting hairs at a follicular level, hair transplant surgeons can literally reverse the process of balding, replacing hair that has fallen out due to DHT sensitivity. So if you are balding due to your genetics — a choice you did not make — be proactive and make the decision to restore your natural hair. Call us today to schedule your free consultation at 855-5-NEHAIR.