A new robotic system that uses a 2-step removal process may increase the accuracy and speed of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplants.
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a non-chemical, non-surgical way to enhance hair growth using your own body's powerful platelet-derived growth factors
Hair Restoration Expert Dr. Alan Bauman on Today's episode of The Doctors to discuss Low Level Laser Therapy
Want to raise a few eyebrows when you walk by? Maybe look younger and hip like Kim Kardashian? Bushy, fuller eyebrows help
Move over Propecia and Rogaine, new hair restoration options such as Latisse/Bimatoprost are available for thinning hair and balding patients.
Having cellulite can be embarrassing, so don't suffer anymore. New treatments are out there to help.
Dr. Alan Bauman instructs other doctors how to use the new machine-assisted minimally-invasive hair transplant surgery with NeoGraft.
Dr. Robert M. Bernstein, the only hair transplant physician to be included in New York Magazine's 2009 Best Doctors edition for ten consecutive years, was selected as one of the top 1,107 physicians by a peer-review survey of 12,000 New York City area medical professionals.
New, machine-enhanced, minimally-invasive (no-scalpel/no-stitch) hair transplant surgery benefits patients with better results, lower cost, less discomfort, faster recovery and no linear scars.
Botox has been used for everything from anti-aging, wrinkle busting to treating migraine headaches. But hair loss? A recent study shows Botox, injected along with a customized vitamin cocktail 2-3 times per year may make baldness a thing of the past.
Hair loss webinar aims to discuss how hair transplants have changed in the past 15 years and explain various hair restoration options that are now available.
Just some of the stories trending right now on American Health and Beauty.
Ladies, this year, give the gift of plastic: Top 5 Surgical and Minimally Invasive Procedures your man secretly wants.
YouTube star Greg Benson's FUE/NeoGraft hair transplant surgery was performed live online by Dr. Alan Bauman.
Female Pattern Baldness is discussed on TV's "The Doctors"
Nearly 11 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures were done in the United States last year, up 7 percent from 2005, says the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). About 1 million men got cosmetic procedures in 2006. That's up 8 percent since 2000, but down 7 percent from 2005, notes the ASPS.