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Lindsey Medical Hair Transplant

I wanted to take this opportunity to express my sincerest appreciation for your excellent work. The outcome of my surgery has been better than I had ever expected it to be. Thank you for your exceptional care and professionalism. Best wishes to you and your family in the New Year.

Lindsey Medical Hair Transplant

It’s easy to say thank you, but It’s harder to convey the deep and heartfelt gratitude I really feel today – But maybe, having said this much, by now I’ve let you know Your thoughtfulness means more to me than words will ever show.

Lindsey Medical Hair Transplant

I highly recommend Dr. Lindsey to anyone who wants to get their hair back. This goes double for guys who have been in my shoes by having poor work performed by a poor doctor who just doesn’t care. If you’ve had bad work, go to Dr. Lindsey and have a consult.

Lindsey Medical Hair Transplant

I would not hesitate to recommend Dr Lindsey to anyone even if you live as far as i do. Its worth the trip.

Lindsey Medical Hair Transplant

I am just past 10 months and couldn’t be happier and I want everyone to know that if you want a great hair transplant surgeon then visit Dr. Lindsey in his Virginia office and let him look at you. He is a really nice and down to earth man with great surgical skill.

Lindsey Medical Hair Transplant

I have nothing but praise for Dr. Lindsey and his staff and would highly recommend him to anybody who wants to get fixed or just for their first hair transplant.

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Who experiences hair loss? Millions of people experience hair loss. Some people see their hair re-grow without doing anything. Others need treatment for their hair to re-grow. Sometimes, hair will not re-grow. To find out what is possible, you should see a dermatologist. These doctors specialize in treating diseases that affect the skin, hair, and nails. What causes hair loss? The reasons for hair loss are many. When hair loss begins suddenly, the cause may be due to illness, diet, medicine, or childbirth. If hair loss is gradual and becomes more noticeable with each passing year, a person may have hereditary hair loss. Certain hair care practices also can cause noticeable hair loss. The following describes some of the many things that cause hair loss: Hair disorders • Hereditary thinning or baldness (also called androgenetic alopecia): This is the most common cause of hair loss. It affects men and women. About 80 million people in the United States have hereditary thinning or baldness. When men have hereditary hair loss, they often get a receding hairline. Many men see bald patches, especially on the top of the head. Women, on the other hand, tend to keep their hairline. They see noticeably thinning hair. The first sign of hair loss for many women is a widening part. In rare cases, men see noticeably thinning hair. And in rare cases, women can see a receding hairline or bald patches. The reasons for this are unknown. • Alopecia areata: Researchers believe that this is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune means the body attacks itself. In this case, the body attacks its own hair. This causes smooth, round patches of hair loss on the scalp and other areas of the body. People with alopecia areata are often in excellent health. Most people see their hair re-grow. Dermatologists treat people with this disorder to help the hair re-grow more quickly. • Cicatricial (scarring) alopecia: This rare disease develops in otherwise healthy people. The disease destroys a person’s hair follicles. Scar tissue forms where the follicles once were, so the hair cannot re-grow. Treatment tries to stop the inflammation, which destroys the hair follicles. • Central centrifugal cicatricial (scarring) alopecia: This type of hair loss occurs most often in women of African descent. It begins in the center of the scalp. As it progresses, the hair loss radiates out from the center of the scalp. The affected scalp becomes smooth and shiny. The hair loss can be very slow or rapid. When hair loss occurs quickly, the person may have tingling, burning, pain, or itching on the scalp. Treatment may help the hair re-grow if scarring has not occurred. Disease • Underlying medical condition: Hair loss can be the first sign of a disease. About 30 diseases, including thyroid disease and anemia, cause hair loss. By treating the disease, hair loss often can be stopped or reversed. • Illness: Significant hair loss can occur after an illness. A major surgery, high fever, severe infection, or even the flu can cause hair loss. Your dermatologist may call this type of hair loss telogen (tee-lə-jen) effluvium (ih-flu-vee-uhm). • Some cancer treatments: Radiation therapy and chemotherapy can cause hair loss. This hair loss is often temporary, but it can cause great distress. • Ringworm of the scalp: This disease is contagious and common in children. Without effective treatment, ringworm can cause balding. • Trichotillomania (trick-uh-til-uh-mey-knee-uh): This medical disorder causes people to repeatedly pull out their own hair. They often feel a constant urge to pull out the hair on the scalp. Some sufferers say they feel compelled to pull out their eyelashes, nose hairs, eyebrows, and other hairs on their bodies.