The Lifelong Duration of Finasteride and Minoxidil Hair Loss Treatment, and a One-Time Alternative

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A 19-year-old man is experiencing male pattern baldness, and wants to know if he will need to take Propecia or Rogaine for the rest of his life in order to manage his hair loss.

New York oculofacial plastic surgeon Amiya Prasad, M.D. reviews his concerns in this video, and explains the limitations of hair loss drugs like finasteride and minoxidil, as well as the benefits of the hair loss treatment called Hair Regeneration, which makes use of platelet-rich plasma and Acellular matrix to reverse hair loss progression:

0:33 – Dr. Prasad details his background training and experience as a hair loss specialist and the founder of TrichoStem™ Hair Regeneration Centers

1:39 – Dr. Prasad briefly discusses the history of finasteride and minoxidil, and talks about how each drug addresses hair loss

3:53 – How continuously taking oral or topical drugs can be a challenge, and how the side effects can outweigh the benefits of the treatment

4:33 – Dr. Prasad discusses how Hair Regeneration addresses hair loss

5:25 – How Hair Regeneration treatment can be customized to suit the patient’s individual needs.

5:43 – Dr. Prasad discusses the success rate of Hair Regeneration and its impressive rate of response compared to that of finasteride and minoxidil

5:58 – How Hair Regeneration is a standalone treatment that does not require any other pharmacologic support from other hair loss drugs

7:18 – The importance of catching patients while they are still in the early stages of hair loss progression, in order to get the most benefit out of Hair Regeneration

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Source: The Lifelong Duration of Finasteride and Minoxidil Hair Loss Treatment, and a One-Time Alternative

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