DHT and Hair Loss
-By Matthew MacDonald, Hair Technician Hair loss is an issue that can be frustrating to deal with. Not only is there no cure, but there are also a slew of contributing factors that can make… Read On
Quatela Center for Hair Restoration
973 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607
Phone: (585) 244-0323
Monday–Friday: 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
The Quatela Center is pleased to offer non-surgical treatments as a complement to your hair transplant procedure. At our Rochester clinic we carry a selection of products that can nourish and strengthen hair for healthy maintenance, as well as offering platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments to encourage new hair growth.
Surgical hair restoration available in the form of FUE or FUT, have become a popular choice among patients, but non-surgical treatments can serve as great complements for certain patients. Read below about the options we have available.
The active ingredient in Rogaine revitalizes shrunken hair follicles, increasing their size. With continued use, applied to the scalp twice a day, Rogaine provides the following benefits:
Rogaine Extra Strength for Men is the strongest FDA-approved hair re-growth product safe enough to be sold without a prescription. Rogaine works on the follicles in your scalp, where the problem lies, not on the hair on your head.
Dr. Quatela is recognized worldwide for his expertise in facial rejuvenation and has performed hair transplant procedures for more than 30 years. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery—the only certification recognized by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.
Dr. Lee completed fellowship training in advanced hair restoration methods under Dr. Quatela. A specialist in procedures of the face and head, Dr. Lee is known for the attention to detail and meticulous technique she uses to consistently produce natural-looking results.
Known for his exemplary skills in both technique and patient care, Dr. Montague is a double board-certified facial plastic surgeon and otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeon. He specializes in cosmetic and functional facial surgery and injectable treatments.
Propecia increases the number of scalp hairs. Generally, you will not be able to grow back all of the hair you have lost. It can only work over the long term if you continue taking it. If you stop taking Propecia, you will likely lose the hair you have gained within 12 months of stopping treatment.
DHT is a male hormone thought to cause hair follicles to shrink (miniaturize), contributing to male pattern hair loss. Finasteride (the active ingredient in Propecia) blocks the formation of DHT, and in this way, appears to interrupt a key factor in the development of inherited male pattern hair loss in men. Propecia, a prescription tablet taken once a day, has been proven to effectively lower DHT in the scalp.
Propecia is for use by men only and should not be used by women or children.
82F® is a compounded medication available only by prescription that combines the therapeutic advantages of minoxidil and finasteride, with a small amount of tretinoin to increase the rate of scalp turnover, and a topical steroid to decrease irritation. This formulation can be used by both patients seeking a non-surgical option, as well as before and after hair restoration procedures to increase hair retention and contribute to the growth and strength of the hair.
For our female patients, 82M® is available. This topical medication combines 5% minoxidil with tretinoin and a topical steroid to promote hair retention, while improving absorption and reducing irritation to the scalp.
Considered the future of medicine, PRP injections use your own blood cells to stimulate hair growth. By injecting the cells directly into the scalp where hair is thinning, this non-surgical, in-office procedure can help reverse hair loss and stimulate new growth.
PRP can be used to complement surgical hair transplant procedures or can be used on its own to slow hair loss and revitalize hair follicles to encourage new hair production.
Our hair loss experts answer common questions about what causes hair loss and the available treatment options in a way that’s easy to understand.
The Quatela Center for Hair Restoration is a leading name in hair restoration across upstate New York. Men and women frequently travel from outside the area—even internationally—to enjoy our refined expertise in creating natural-looking hair transplant results.Traveling From Buffalo Traveling From Syracuse