Overcoming Our Own Perceptions of Female Hair Loss

While hair loss may seem fairly objective, either you have it or you don’t, in reality, that is not how people feel about hair loss. The truth is that everybody has different perceptions about what counts as hair loss.

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Update on Treating Scarring Alopecia

There is some evidence that certain harsh hair care practices may contribute to some forms of Scarring Alopecia, such as the use of chemical relaxers from a very young age.

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Ask Dr. Wendel: Do I Suffer from Alopecia Areata or Scarring Alopecia?

Today’s “Ask Dr. Wendel” blog post will give an overview of the two most common diseases that can cause thinning and loss. Here are some of the major differences between Scarring Alopecia and Alopecia Areata:

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Update – Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy A Treatment Option for Alopecia Areata

Back in 2016 we wrote a blog post about how new research has shown Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy to be an effective treatment for Alopecia Areata. It has now been three years since then and we wanted to provide an update on where we stand with utilizing PRP Therapy as a treatment for Alopecia Areata.

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

Overall the study was promising for patients with alopecia areata, alopecia totalis, and alopecia universalis as the mean Severity Score of Alopecia Tool (SALT) score improved in all groups

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The Most Common Type of Hair Loss among Women

It may surprise you to learn that hair loss in women is not uncommon. In fact, we’d be willing to bet that you can name a female relative, co-worker or friend who has visible hair loss. The subject of hair loss has long been viewed as a taboo topic...

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What Is Female Pattern Hair Loss

Female pattern hair loss (FPHL), clinically known as Androgenic or Androgenetic Alopecia, is the most common cause of hair thinning and loss in women. Up to 50 % of women have some degree of female pattern hair loss in their lifetime.

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New Study Shows Effectiveness of PRP on Females with Female Pattern Hair Loss

While there have been many clinical studies showing the effectiveness of Platelet Rich Plasma in treating female hair loss, a recent study was completed exclusively with female patients

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Prevention Is Key To Treating Hair Loss

We've learned that changing our diets and lifestyles results in ultimately healthier bodies and longer life-spans. Why not look at treating our hair in the same way?

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Ask Dr. Wendel: What is considered “normal” hair loss …and when should I be worried?

Everyday hair loss in women is, to a certain extent, absolutely normal. Everyone loses between 50 and 100 strands daily, depending on how much hair you have, your age, hormones, and your hair’s natural growth cycle.

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Boston

888 Worcester Street, Suite 95
Wellesley, MA 02482

Medical Director: Mary Wendel, MD

Phone: (774) 314-3900
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108 Grove Street
Worcester, MA 01605

Medical Director: Mary Wendel, MD

Phone: (774) 314-3900
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Westchester

2 Overhill Road, Suite 320
Scarsdale, NY 10583

Medical Director: Mark DiStefano, MD

Phone: 914-704-3070
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Chattanooga

7305 Jarnigan Rd, Suite 110
Chattanooga, TN 37421

Medical Director: Deborah DiStefano, MD

Phone: 423-664-4494
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Welcome to Medi Tresse

The Medi Tresse team is composed of experts in female hair loss. We are committed to offering innovative, non-surgical treatments for hair rejuvenation in women. Whether you are simply looking to increase your hair’s thickness or want to stop more extensive hair loss, Medi Tresse has a wide array of solutions ranging from platelet-rich plasma therapy to low-level laser therapy.

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