The book teaches modern, non-invasive hair restoration techniques for common hair loss.
The wild garlic plant, Allium macrostemon Bunge, can promote hair growth and could potentially be used to treat hair loss.
Metformin, usually used for diabetes, can also help treat hair loss from alopecia areata due to its ability to reduce inflammation and stimulate new hair growth.
The herbal hair cream could help treat male pattern baldness by blocking a baldness-related enzyme and might be worth further investigation.
Finasteride niosomes were developed and found to be effective in treating hair loss, with better results than commercial minoxidil, and could be a promising topical treatment for hair loss.
Robotic surgical systems are being used more in plastic and reconstructive surgery due to their precision and control, improving patient outcomes and satisfaction, despite challenges like high costs.
Hair can regrow after significant damage through a process similar to how it forms before birth, involving stem cells and various cell types and signals. This could be a new way to prevent scarring and promote hair growth.
Both minoxidil-spironolactone and minoxidil-finasteride treatments work for hair loss, but minoxidil-spironolactone is slightly more effective, especially in women.
A substance called Cell-free fat extract can effectively treat common hair loss by increasing hair growth and density.