What is Shock Hair Loss? Is it Permanent?
By Dr. Sara Wasserbauer, Surgical Hair Restoration Specialist
Hair loss after surgery often termed “shock loss”, is the loss of hair after surgery. Procedures such as follicular unit hair transplantation, hairline lowering (AKA scalp advancement), or indeed any significant scalp surgery (especially those requiring general anesthesia) can cause this temporary shedding of hair. This condition occurs in about 10-15% of patients, typically within 2 to 6 weeks of surgery and significantly resolves 3-6 months …Read more
What is Female Pattern Hair Loss and How is it Different from Men?
Women with receding hairlines and or thinning hair are experiencing what is known as female pattern hair loss, a fairly common occurrence. The condition varies slightly from male pattern baldness but can have a much greater impact because of less forgiving social norms regarding the appearance of women in …Read more
The choice to undergo surgery needs to be considered very carefully. Your initial consultation with Dr. Deschamps-Braly will involve an in-depth examination and screening to determine if you are a good candidate for surgery. To save yourself time (and expense) we have compiled a list of 5 critical questions to ask yourself before …Read more
Choosing the right plastic surgeon to perform your facial feminization surgery can be a confusing and overwhelming process, for trans and cisgender women alike. Like any major decision in your life, it pays to do thorough research before making your final choice, because choosing the wrong surgeon could entail significant consequences. An inexperienced …Read more
The lips are one of the most prominent areas of the face and a primary point of direct focus during interpersonal communication and intimate human connection. As such, the mouth and the surrounding area provide major opportunities for individuals looking to rejuvenate and feminize their appearance.
Some of the most common procedures for feminizing the lips are …Read more