What is MTHFR?MTHFR is a gene in the body responsible for the manufacturing of the MTHFR enzyme called methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase. This enzyme is necessary for methylation (an epigenetic signaling tool that cells use to lock genes in the "off" position), DNA repairs,
Follow these guidelines: Come to your appointment squeaky clean- do not use any lotions, oils, creams, make-up, deodorant, etc. on the area(s) to be treated the day of your appointment. Shave the area(s) to be treated 24-48 hours prior to your appointment.
A Hair Restoration Clinic Should Have a Certified Trichologist What is a Trichologist and why are they important for a hair restoration clinic? A trichologist is a specialist in trichology, which comes from the Greek word Trikhos, meaning hair. Trichology is
What is KWF? The Karen Wellington Foundation's mission is simple: "We put FUN on the calendars of women and families LIVING with breast cancer by sending them on special vacations, relaxing spa days, dinners out, concerts and other FUN-ONLY activities. Our goal is
**Scheduling a virtual chat or hang out can be extremely helpful in times of isolation or when we should integrate social distancing. HPIHair Partners has you covered! Schedule a virtual private video consultation while you are spending time at home. Our
There are many reasons why you may be experiencing hair loss and/or thinning. Causes for hair loss in both men and women include genetics, diet, stress, environment, medication side effects, autoimmune diagnosis, and medical issues. Our evidence-based approach begins with answering
Scalp Micro-pigmentation [SMP] is a non-invasive treatment. Using customized micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles that help thicken and restore the look of less scalp, less hair transparency, resulting in
Alopecia affects millions of people around the world and does not discriminate against age, gender, and ethnicity. Androgenic alopecia, male or female patterned baldness, is one of the most common types of alopecia; however, alopecia areata, totalis, and universalis also