Drs. Jeffrey Epstein and Anthony Bared, Board Certified facial plastic surgeons specializing in the treatment of hair loss at the Foundation for Hair Restoration are committed to achieving for patients not only the most aesthetic outcomes from hair restoration procedures, but also the application of proven and cutting edge therapies that may help with slowing down or even stopping the hair loss process. For while hair transplants are the only “permanent” solution to hair loss, they are not a “cure” in that in cases of male and female pattern hair loss, the hair loss can potentially continue for the rest of an individual’s lifetime. In addition, there are individuals who are better treated with these non-surgical solutions, and/or are not prepared at this time for a procedure. This may be due to being at a younger age, or being at an earlier hair loss pattern, where more conservative intervention may be indicated.
The following are the options we provide for our patients. These can work in conjunction with a transplant, or as stand-alone therapies. A consultation with the doctor, either in person or by email/phone, can provide answers to any questions our patients may have.
Non Invasive procedures
iGrow Laser Light Therapy
After the impressive results we have seen in the last two years with the Revage 670 Laser in our office, the Foundation for Hair Restoration is now offering an at-home version of the low-level laser therapy with the iGrow LLLT device. Read more
LaserCap Hair Loss Treatment
LaserCap can be worn just about anywhere: at home, in the car, at the office, even while walking or jogging. The LaserCap is effective in both men and women. In as early as sixty days, patients may experience thicker, fuller, healthier hair. Read more
Laser Light Therapy for Hair Loss
Laser light therapy is a proven and legitimate treatment for hair loss which Dr. Epstein has been offering his patients for a number of years. Both the LaserCap and Capillus devices are the gold standards. Read more
Growth Factors therapy, using the patient’s own blood which is centrifuged to separate out this growth factor-containing component, is being actively used in the treatment of hair loss, both as a solo treatment and in conjunction with hair transplantation. Read more
Growth factors and Fat Transfer for Hair Loss
Naturally, attention has been directed towards the application of growth factors for the treatment of hair loss. In our FDA-study work on growth factors, the source of the growth factors is the patient’s own fat. Read more