• Post published:February 9, 2022

Dr. Craig Ziering Quoted in AEDIT | Everything You Need To Know About Hair Restoration After Chemotherapybout It


Every patient’s situation is unique, but regrowth after chemotherapy typically begins within several weeks of the treatment ending. “Fortunately, most of the time hair loss from chemotherapy is temporary,” says Craig Ziering, DO, a board certified dermatologist and hair restoration specialist. Even so, it may not be noticeable right away. “Usually this patient population can expect to regrow their hair in three to six months after treatment ends, though the hair might grow back differently,” he explains. “This can be temporary or permanent.”

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