Non Surgical Treatments

Many people have successfully used hair transplant surgery to restore the hair they lost, while using Finasteride to halt further hair loss.

  • Today a good hair loss remedy can restore your hair

    Hair loss treatments have made great advances. We know because many of us involved with this online community have used legitimate hair loss remedies or hair restoration physicians to restore our own real hair. Now we’re here and online to help you… read more
  • Hair loss drugs that actually work

    Currently there are only two hair loss drugs that are proven to have any real degree of effectiveness. These two hair loss drugs, Propecia and Rogaine, are also the only two drugs that are approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) for the… read more
  • Propecia can stop hair loss

    If you are going bald you may consider using Propecia to halt or even reverse your hair loss. While there is no “Hair Loss Cure”, Propecia (generic name finasteride) can often stop or even reverse alopecia in most men Important – Women who may… read more
  • Hair Replacement Systems

    The Hair Transplant Network community can help you find the perfect type hair replacement system Hair replacement systems have many names; to some they’re known as hairpieces, toupees or wigs. Over the past decade there have been many improvements… read more
  • Topical hair loss treatment

    Snake Oils or Legitimate? There is still no complete “cure” for baldness. But topical hair loss treatments such as special shampoos and various scalp treatments can compliment proven treatments such as Propecia, Rogaine or surgical hair… read more
  • Topical Hair Loss Cover Ups

    Disguising thinning areas and adding fullness. There are a variety of “cover-up” products that are applied to the scalp and/or hair in the thinning areas to mask a person’s baldness. The cover ups also increase the look of fullness of thinning… read more
  • Hair Loss Lotions, Potions and "Cures"

    On a daily basis we are bombarded with ads for hair loss treatments that use misleading advertising to sell their products. These campaigns persuasive thousands of hair loss sufferers to spend nearly one billion dollars each year on ineffective hair… read more