1. Signs Your Hair Loss May Not Be Female Pattern Hair Loss

    Androgenic Alopecia, also known as Female Pattern Hair Loss, is the most common type of female hair loss and about 50% of women will experience this type of hair loss by the time they are 50.  Androgenic Alopecia is caused due to an excess of androgens, which are commonly known as male hormones, but that is not really accurate as women also produce androgens, but typically at lower levels.  In w…Read More

  2. Are Essential Oils Good for Hair?

    Essential oils have become extremely trendy in 2019.  From being used for skin care and weight loss to stress relief and hair loss, it seems like every day we are hearing from experts on the benefits of essential oils. So what are essential oils? Essential oils are highly concentrated oils that are extracted from different plants.  Essential oils have grown in popularity as people have tried to …Read More

  3. What Is Traction Alopecia and is it Preventable?

    Most people are familiar with the word alopecia, but may not realize that it is actually a term for all types of hair loss.  There are various types of alopecias, all having different causes and potentially necessitating different treatment plans.   The most common type of alopecia is Androgenic Alopecia, which in females is more commonly known as Female Pattern Hair Loss.  Other types of comm…Read More

  4. Introducing Tresse Rejuvenation Therapy™

    At Medi Tresse we are excited to introduce, Tresse Rejuvenation Therapy™, which I believe is the strongest treatment protocol available for female hair loss. Tresse Rejuvenation Therapy™ combines the power of Optimal Platelet Concentration™ Therapy, Low Level Laser Therapy, hair regrowth supplements, and FDA approved topicals. This unique treatment offering rejuvenates the hair follicles in …Read More

  5. Medical Micropigmentation & Microblading Now Available in Wellesley

    We are excited to announce that beginning in April our Wellesley, MA office will begin offering microblading and medical micropigmentation.  Over the years, patients have expressed interest in more options for thinning eyebrows and more immediate options for camouflaging hair loss.  After extensive research and speaking with expert technicians in the field we have decided that microblading and m…Read More

  6. The Most Advanced Treatment For Female Hair Loss

    We are excited to announce that after a year of research and development we are going to begin rolling out the newest and most advanced treatment for female hair loss, Optimal Platelet Concentration™ Therapy.  Optimal Platelet Concentration™ Therapy combines the power of the strongest Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy tools with the precision of an in-office platelet counter, to provide cust…Read More

  7. Nutrafol® Hair Loss Supplement Update

    Nutrafol®, one of the leading hair loss supplement developers, just announced an exciting re-branding and new product release this week.  While the packaging and labels have been updated, rest assured that the product has not changed.  Nutrafol for Women has now been renamed Core for Women and still has all the great ingredients that promote healthy hair.  However, Nutrafol® has added an exci…Read More

  8. Medical Micropigmentation For Female Hair Loss

    At Medi Tresse we focus on medical treatments that are non-surgical, clinically proven, and rejuvenate your own hair (i.e. no extensions, which can damage your hair further).  However, there are some options out there for patients looking for different ways to camouflage their hair loss.  One of the less expensive options, is Infinity® Hair Fibers, which electrostatically stick to your hairs to…Read More

  9. Can Psoriasis Cause Hair Loss?

    Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that affects up to 7.5 million Americans.  Psoriasis is a chronic disease that most commonly presents as red scaly patches on the ski and psoriasis flare ups come and go.  Unfortunately, there is no cure, but there are ways to manage the flareups when they occur and decrease their likely hood of experiencing them through lifestyle changes.  While psoriasis can…Read More

  10. Am I Getting The Best Possible Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy?

    Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy has become a popular treatment for many different medical problems.  In the last 10 years I have seen Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy used for osteoarthritis of the knees, soft tissue injuries, collagen growth in cosmetic procedures, bone growth in dental procedures, hair regrowth and other regenerative procedures.  Intense research has been ongoing for over…Read More