Hair Restoration Blog Dallas

Understanding Traction Alopecia and The Role of Hair Restoration

Published on September 3, 2011 by

Traction alopecia refers to hair loss that arises from hair being pulled too tightly for too long causing permanent destruction to that hair. Most typically, this condition is caused by tight hair braiding, as seen more commonly in African-American women. Fortunately, this kind of hair loss is known as a non-scarring type of hair loss, […]

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Jamie Foxx: Designing an African-shaped Hairline

Published on July 29, 2011 by

Jamie Foxx’s hair transplant looks natural and appropriate for his ethnicity. When designing hairlines for a person, it is important to consider that individual’s ethnicity and gender. For African-American hairlines, the shape is oftentimes square even despite ongoing aging. Clearly with hair loss, there is a blunting or loss at the fronto-temporal angles like in […]

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Tiger Woods: Designing a New Hairline, Should It Be African or Asian in Design?

Published on July 21, 2011 by

As everyone knows when they watch Tiger Woods play without a baseball cap, he is in serious need of a hair transplant. Perhaps the media attention has focused on other aspects of his life that he seems to be losing control of more than his hairline but for the sake of this blog, let’s focus […]

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Ethnic Hairline Designs for Hair Transplantation

Published on February 27, 2011 by

When creating a hairline for a particular individual, it is important to consider many factors, one important element is ethnic sensitivity. Hairlines differ based on gender, facial shape, and age as well, and these are starting points for any physician in his/her design work. However, ethnic differences will be the focus of this article, as […]

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Dallas Hair Restoration Surgeon, Dr. Lam, Lectures in St. Louis on Ethnic Hair Restoration

Published on November 10, 2009 by

Dr. Sam Lam, Dallas hair transplant surgeon, lectures in St. Louis on ethnic hair restoration, encompassing African, Asian, Hispanic, and Middle Eastern hair restoration. Part 1: African and Asian Hair Transplant Part 2: Hispanic and Middle Eastern Hair Transplant

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