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Hair Restoration and COVID19: What You Should Know

You’re struggling with hair loss, but due to the pandemic, you're not currently seeking treatment. While it might seem like a want more than a need, hair loss is a serious problem and it deserves expert attention. 

There’s no reason to delay your care when our experts are taking every precaution to ensure you and our staff remain healthy.

At Advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Centers, our board-certified surgeons understand hair loss doesn’t stop even if the rest of the world has. Here’s how we’re helping you get the treatment you need in the middle of the pandemic.

Your condition and COVID-19

Hair loss, also known as alopecia, has no direct impact on your likelihood of contracting COVID-19. However, there are some medications for hair loss that may affect your immune system and its ability to fight off infections and viruses. 

The stress of losing your hair coupled with the worry of the ongoing pandemic can also negatively impact your ability to stay healthy. 

We encourage you to maintain contact with our experts so we can help you manage your medications and keep an eye on your progress.

Telehealth services

Telehealth is not a new concept, but it has gained significant popularity during the pandemic especially for our hair restoration patients. All you need is a smartphone, tablet, or computer to get in touch with our experts. 

While it’s true that telehealth comes with certain limitations, it allows you to continue or start receiving care from the comfort of your own home. 

We can’t send you home with our state-of-the-art robotic hair restoration system, but we can conduct virtual appointments where we’re able to prescribe medications, offer support, and monitor your progress. 

If you’ve been exposed to the virus, live with a high-risk individual, or are simply concerned for your own safety, we strongly encourage you to schedule and maintain virtual appointments

In-office precautions

Sometimes, telehealth services won’t cut it and you might require in-office attention. We understand you may have reservations about coming in for an appointment. You can rest assured knowing our office is a COVID-protected facility. We meet the recommendations set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery

We’ve taken the following precautions to maintain your safety and that of our staff:

We also ask our patients, especially those who are high-risk, of any possible exposure to the virus or recent symptom development. 

The pandemic has forced us all to reevaluate our needs and wants. We believe treating your hair loss is essential to a happy and healthy life. That's why we’re dedicated to doing everything we can to continue giving you the best care possible.

If you’d like to schedule an in-office or virtual appointment, contact our friendly staff today.

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