Best options in South Florida for treating baldness (Palm Beach Post)

Am I balding? If you’re asking yourself this question, you’ve probably seen signs that suggest you will. Take a deep breath, guys. There are many reasons why you might be losing hair, which is why you should contact your local hair doctor to determine the cause.

If you’ve already been diagnosed with male-pattern baldness — you know, that receding hairline or exposed crown — you might want to read this.

Going bald or deciding to buzz your head can be hard. But those few hairs on your scalp just aren’t covering enough anymore. However, there’s good news and bad news.

The bad news is brief and simple: There’s nothing you can do, naturally or organically, to completely stop male-pattern baldness. Yet, there are several permanent and temporary answers that can get you looking rico-suave again.

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Fort Lauderdale, FL

This is not to be mistaken by the traditional FUT (follicular unit-Transplantation). The HUE is a highly advanced method that guarantees a lot more hair density by taking a larger strip of hair from the back of the scalp and using all extracted follicles to transplant them on the balding areas.

I was a bit skeptical at first because I’ve seen so many linear scar pictures on Google —those, however, are misleading. The scars on Dr. Huebner’s patients were almost invisible. You grow your hair longer than 1-inch, and it’s gone. See before an after pictures by clicking here.

The clinic is modern, clean and comfortable with edgy hair paintings on the walls. The staff was always available and ready to answer any question I may have had. It felt like I was coming to see my family doctor —Intimate and friendly. This clinic is on the fifth floor of a Fort Lauderdale business building with no receptionist in the lobby. This is great because you don’t have to tell anyone the reason why you’re there. You simply ride the elevator up to your consultation.

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Credit: Julio Poletti (November 21, 2016). Best options in South Florida for treating baldness. Palm Beach Post. Retrieved from