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Men's Hair Loss Specialist

Advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Centers

Men's Hair Loss located in Long Island, Nassau, and New York, NY

About two-thirds of American males experience hair loss by the age of 35. Although hair loss can negatively affect your self-esteem, there are treatment options available. At Advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Centers in Hauppauge, New York, hair restoration and transplant specialist, David A. Mayer, MD, and his team provide a variety of methods to address men’s hair loss. To request your appointment today, call the office or use the online booking tool at any time.

Men's Hair Loss Q & A



What is men’s hair loss?

Androgenic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness, accounts for 95% of men’s hair loss. An estimated 25% of men experience noticeable hair loss by the time they reach 21, and that number continues to increase with age. A small percentage of men also experience hair loss as a result of hormonal changes.

While men’s hair loss is perfectly normal, without proper treatment, it can negatively affect your confidence, self-esteem, and overall quality of life. If you’re experiencing men’s hair loss, don’t hesitate to reach out to the caring professionals at Advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Centers today.


What causes men’s hair loss?

The most common cause of men’s hair loss is male pattern baldness. Other factors that can contribute to men’s hair loss include:

  • Serious disease
  • Stressful events
  • A reaction to certain prescription medications


Your genetics and family history also plays a role. If either of your parents or relatives were bald or experienced thinning hair, you’re more likely to as well.


What are the symptoms of men’s hair loss?

Hair loss affects every man differently, and it shows up in different ways, depending on the underlying cause. Common telltale signs of men’s hair loss include:

  • Gradual thinning on the top of the head
  • Circular bald spots
  • Patchy bald spots
  • Sudden loosening of the hair
  • Full-body hair loss


You might also experience patches of scaling that start small and spread across the surface of your scalp. 


How is men’s hair loss diagnosed?

To diagnose men’s hair loss, your Advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Centers provider conducts a physical exam, reviews your medical history, and asks about your symptoms. 

If these measures don’t provide enough information, your doctor might also order a series of blood tests, conduct a pull test, or use a special microscope to observe the surface of your scalp. 


How is men’s hair loss treated?

Treatment for men’s hair loss depends on the underlying cause and severity of your condition. If your hair loss is mild or moderate, you might benefit from taking prescription medications such as Rogaine or Propecia. If your hair loss is a result of a nutritional deficiency, your provider might also recommend eating a healthier, more balanced diet.

If these medications don’t increase the thickness or fullness of your hair, your provider might recommend hair restoration surgery with the ARTAS iX™ robotic hair restoration system. This cutting-edge same-day treatment leaves no scars and provides stunning, natural-looking results.

Don’t let men’s hair loss negatively affect your quality of life. Request an appointment at Advanced Robotic Hair Restoration Centers today by calling the office or using the online booking tool.