1. Supplements, Diet, and Hair Loss

    Diana Gallerani, NP and I recently returned from an international conference on hair loss.  Conferences are a great opportunity for us to not only learn about the latest research on hair loss, but also to speak with other members of the medical community to hear about what they are seeing at their practices.  This conference had lots of great courses and discussions and we heard about many exci…Read More

  2. Medi Tresse Boston Female Hair Loss Seminar

    We are excited to announce that on Thursday November 8th we will be hosting a free Female Hair Loss Seminar and Open House at our Wellesley office. Enjoy light fare and refreshments while learning about the latest advancements in female hair loss. Some highlights of the night include: Hair Loss Seminar by our expert medical staff starting @ 6PM Meet with current patients to learn about their exper…Read More

  3. What Does The Recent Study of JAK Inhibitors Mean for Patients With Alopecia Areata?

      Occasionally you may see stories on the news about promising studies regarding the use of JAK Inhibitors for the treatment of hair loss. JAK Inhibitors are a type of medication that inhibit one or more of the Janus kinase family of enzymes. There are two FDA approved JAK Inhibitors on the market today, one for the treatment of blood diseases and one for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. On…Read More

  4. Can Bariatric Surgery Cause Hair Loss?

    According to the American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, the occurrence of bariatric surgery has increased over 40% from 2011 to 2017.  For those not familiar, bariatric surgery is a procedure performed on the stomach or intestines to help with weight loss by restricting the amount of food that the stomach can hold.  As we have seen an increase in the number of bariatric surgerie…Read More

  5. Botox for Hair?

    If you read last month’s newsletter you are familiar with the importance of protein for hair both taken by mouth and topically applied directly to the hair. This month we are going to take the topical application of protein a step further and talk about “Hair Botox.” Yes, you heard right! I did say “Hair Botox,” but I am not referring to actual Botox, the kind that is injected with a nee…Read More

  6. Hair Transplants for Female Patients

    One of the most well known hair restoration techniques, and one that many patients ask us about, is the hair transplant.  Hair transplants are advertised as the only permanent solution for hair restoration, so they are a very intriguing option for patients.  Unfortunately, women are typically not great candidates for hair transplants due to the type of hair loss that they have. What is a hair tr…Read More

  7. Sun, Salt, and Chlorine – How they Impact your Hair!

    With summer now in full swing most of us will be exposed to the sun, salt water, or chlorine. While it is almost impossible to avoid these three elements during the summer months, it is important to understand the effects they can have on your hair and what steps you can take to prevent and repair the damage so you can enjoy your summer and not miss out on any of the fun! Sun We all know about the…Read More

  8. Protein and Hair Health

    Most women that come in to see me for hair loss have spent hours researching female hair loss online and have tried a number of treatments already including, but not limited to, scalp massage, hair masks, coconut oil, minoxidil products (like Rogaine), shampoos that claim to improve hair health thicken or stimulate growth, vitamins, PRP treatments, sometimes even hair transplant surgery. However, …Read More

  9. Recent Study in Journal of Drugs in Dermatology Shows Benefit of Nutrafol®

    Earlier this month, the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology (JDD) published a study called A Six-Month, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of a Nutraceutical Supplement for Promoting Hair Growth in Women with Self-Perceived Thinning Hair that looked at the effect of Nutrafol® on women between the ages of 21 to 65.  Overall the study had 40 participa…Read More