Hair Restoration Cost
Posted on 12 February 2012
Need help choosing Hairloss remedy?
I’m 21 now and im starting to lose hair on the frontal and top part of my head. Its getting really thin and i can see the skin underneath when i look in a mirror under a light. Right now i can cover it alittle with the hair thats there, but i want to at least try a hairloss product now, than wait and lose all my hair. I dont think i can use rogaine cause it says its not for the frontal region. Now about Propecia i heard it works well, does it work on the front and top part of my head or will it only do the crown. I heard u need a presciption to get Propecia. Hair Restoration is also out of the ques. cause i cant afford it right now. Also i have no benefits at my age cause i only work a partime job so no insurance for a doctor.
How much does a visit cost and what type of doctor do you need to see to get Propecia?
Ive seen the side effects.
I already have short hair and shaving it off is outta the question cause the shape of my head and face is oval so it wont look right bald.
Hi, there are vitamins you can take for healthy hair and to help prevent hair loss, the downside of this is that taking excessive amounts of vitamins can actually lead to hair loss.
Some of the most important vitamins for hair loss are the B vitamins because they contain · Folic acid,agnesium,biotin,sulfur,zinc,inositol. If you look at taking vitamins for hair loss, you will notice that these are vitamins essential for good health as long as you take them in moderation.
How should I feel about this?
My husband is very sensitive to losing his hair. It’s been going on for years and he’s tried the hair club, rogaine and propecia without results.
He just received a severance package and would like to try hair restoration (surgery). This is something he’s always wanted and now that he has the money he’s going for it. I’m trying to be supportive but, really I don’t feel that this is the time since he is out of work. The procedure will cost approx 10K. I’m worried about savings since he is out of work. We have some but, not much. He wants it so bad he is taking 10K out of his 401K when he rolls it over to the IRA to replace the severance we now have in savings. I’ve mentioned this to a few female friends and they bashed him for being irresponsible and selfish. I’d like to get some guy opinions. I’d like to add that we have debt too that this severance should be applied to.
I told him that I fell in love with him balding, I will love him no matter what.
His brother shaved his head when I suggested he do that he freaked. Like I said very sensitive. He’s 42.
You are naturally concerned about the money because he has lost his job. Look at the situation from his view point. He suffers esteem/confidence issues because he is balding. His self esteem just took a huge hit because he lost his job. He is probably freaked out right now. While you two are married, he has worked and earned this money. This treatment will boost his confidence, and help him find another job. I say support him in this.
Is this possible? (Total body-mod question)?
Is it possible to get surgery and get a tail, and have it fully usable, just like if you were born with it?
Like, for example, would it be possible to, 1. Attach the tail in the first place, 2. Keep it healthy, in every sense of the word (as in having the body deliver nutrients, blood, etc.), and 3. Have it be fully functional, i.e. working nerve endings, proper working muscles to move it, etc.
And, I’m assuming, if this was somehow possible, that the skin cells on the surface of the tail could be made to grow hair in much the same way hair restoration works, yes?
Also, if it were possible… it’s obviously going to be expensive… but how much would the entire process cost?
I’m just curious… because I was reading about vestigial structures and how humans have tailbones similar to animals with… tails.
So, like, that means it’s possible, right?
I think it would be possible. It sounds similar to a type of phalloplasty where a woman gets a fully functional penis through skin grafts and muscle grafts and the transferring of useless bone from the leg.
I mean, if they can give a woman an extremity that can feel, move, become erecrt, ejaculate, etc. I reckon they could certainly give someone a tail.
However, I doubt it would be AS functional as a animal’s tail….
Also, the cost of a phalloplasty is generally $1000-1500 USD per session, and it usually takes 3 sessions…
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