“It requires a holistic approach, aligning and matching the treatment plan to the patient’s age and current stage of hair loss,” explains Beverly Hills, CA hair restoration specialist Dr. Craig Ziering. “Typical hair regrowth plans include a multimodality plan with a combination of therapies, sometimes including surgical and nonsurgical.”Read More
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Ziering Medical and Dr. Craig Ziering are frequently featured in prominent publications and media outlets worldwide.
The natural looking results created by our staff of expertly trained hair restoration specialists are drawing the attention of medical professionals, anti-aging advocates, reality television programs and others.
You can see these results for yourself in the photo galleries or live, in person, at one of our in-house demonstrations performed by Ziering Medical Surgeon.
On the subsequent pages, you’ll find articles from medical publications featuring Dr. Ziering’s techniques, as well as details on all the Ziering Medical events we have scheduled.
Specially formulated for hair loss and aging hair changes, Dr. Ziering Follicle Cleanse & Follicle Sustenance ($200) help nourish, heal and hydrate the scalp to give follicles the best environment to grow in.Read More
Craig Ziering, M.D., another prominent Los Angeles surgeon specializing in hair restoration, spoke about the creative aspect—designing the shape and placement of the new brows. "People come in and will bring pictures of models and say 'I want to look like this.' What we want to do is what's most...Read More
Male and female pattern of hair loss (MPHL and FPHL) is characterized by progressive thinning of the scalp hair. MPHL affects half or more of males before the age of 50 years.1–6 In women, FPHL is a common condition characterized by diffuse thinning and reduction of hair density in the...Read More
“Sensitivities can arise due to topical and chemical treatments, or dermatological conditions such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, or eczema,” says Dr. Craig Ziering, a board-certified hair transplant surgeon, and restoration expert.Read More
A normal, healthy scalp is constantly producing sebum, a thick waxy substance that is also our body's natural moisturizer," explains hair transplant surgeon Dr. Craig Ziering. Usually, the excess oiliness occurs when we overproduce sebum. That said, it can be hard to suss out the cause of an oily scalp...Read More