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The Hair Transplant Procedure With No Time Off Work

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Nov 20, 2019 9:16:22 AM

A traditional hair transplant procedure such as FUT or "strip surgery" does require time off work. This technique involves a large incision at the back of the head to remove a section of hair follicles, which is then stitched back together. Recovery and time off work (typically at least a couple of weeks) is needed to recover and let the scar heal. Thankfully, today there are more innovative, less invasive options. Today's most advanced hair transplant technique is so delicate, you may not need to take any time off work.

We explain the most delicate and advanced technique below and why it could save you a long recovery period.

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3 Keys To New Zealand’s Most Refined Hair Transplant

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Oct 25, 2019 12:35:43 PM

What does it take to be the best? When you consider the top golfers or surgeons, inherently there is natural skill, but perhaps most importantly, there is a persistent drive to be the best and a technique that is improved and refined in every aspect, with the aim of achieving perfection.

With the impetus to be the best, over the past 50 years, DHI has evolved hair restoration processes and procedures to achieve the most refined hair transplant technique, referred to as DHI Microsurgery. There are 3 key “pillars” or benefits that are unique to DHI.

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Topics: Hair Transplant, Hair Loss Treatment, DHI

How To Talk To Your Wife Or Partner About Hair Loss

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Sep 4, 2019 4:55:00 PM

Do you sometimes make a joke about your progressing baldness, trying to make it sound as though it doesn’t bother you? Have you made wearing a hat an art form? As a man, finding a way to talk to your wife or partner about how you really feel about losing your hair can be extremely difficult. How do you bring up the subject? How do you explain the impact it’s having on you? What if you’re not taken seriously? Sometimes you may feel like it’s just easier to “grin and bear it”. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Many DHI patients find that once they discuss the impact of hair loss with their partner, they feel less anxious and more positive. We give you a few helpful tips to make broaching the subject with your loved one easier.

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Topics: Hair Loss, Hair Transplant, Hair Loss Treatment, DHI

The Worst Thing About Hair Loss Drugs

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Jul 22, 2019 11:26:41 AM

The signs of ageing include wrinkles, the slowing down of cell renewal, grey hair and of course, hair loss. Loss of hair occurs when hair follicles stop hair growth, also known as alopecia. Through the normal hair growth cycle, we typically lose 50-100 hairs a day, however loss can be more excessive than this and many people turn to medication as a solution. Just like any other medication, there are side effects that need to be considered and weighed-up against other forms of treatment. 

We discuss the main types of hair loss, the symptoms that you should consult a hair restoration specialist about, and the drawbacks of hair loss drugs.

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Topics: Hair Loss, Hair Loss Prevention, Alopecia

FUT, FUE, DHI - Hair Transplant Differences Explained

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Apr 17, 2019 12:10:22 PM

Thinning hair can have such an impact on a person, it can cause stress, anxiety and loss of self esteem, making you feel like you’d do anything to remedy the situation. Making a rash decision on a hair transplant can have diabolical consequences for a number of reasons. Firstly, the result can be unnatural looking, you may have a low follicle survival rate and worse still, so much damage can be done to the donor area that corrective surgery may not be a possibility. 

Making the right decision on your hair transplant provider from the beginning is so important – to get a natural looking result and to protect the donor area from trauma. In this article we explain the difference between FUT, FUE and the DHI methods and why DHI NZ hair transplants stand head and shoulders above the industry in terms of process, quality and results.

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Topics: Hair Transplant

Myths and Facts About Baldness and Hair Loss

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Apr 17, 2019 12:08:32 PM
One of the biggest issues bald people face when trying to understand baldness is the endless list of myths, peculiar ideas and strange ‘cures’ that bounce around the internet and social media. From wearing a hat too tight to shampooing too often and the level of your testosterone, it’s hard to know what’s fact and what’s not.

For the answers, listen as DHI head of hair restoration and Trichologist Paul Green talks about the myths and explains which are true and which are myth. Most importantly, Paul talks about what you need to do to prevent hair loss.

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Topics: Hair Loss

Ashley & Martin vs DHI – What’s The Difference?

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Feb 26, 2019 1:50:33 PM

Over the years, Ashley & Martin have successfully built a brand associated with hair loss treatment. According to the CEO of Ashley & Martin, “2010 data shows that 70% of hair loss industry marketing is Ashley and Martin’s.” This shows that they spend a huge budget on marketing and brand awareness, but what about the quality of solutions and results?

With today’s increasingly significant emphasis on health and natural solutions, taking hair loss medications or a daily hair loss prevention routine may not be suitable for everyone. We explain the similarities and differences between Ashley & Martin (A&M) and DHI NZ hair loss prevention and solutions.

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Topics: Hair Transplant, Hair Loss Prevention, Hair Loss Treatment, DHI, Ashley & Martin, Hair Loss Drugs

Top 10 Do’s and Don’ts For Hair Loss

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Feb 5, 2019 4:02:36 PM

The onset of baldness can be very emotional. The stress and worry of trying to figure out what you should or shouldn’t be doing to stop it or slow it down can increase stress which can in turn fuel the problem. If you are concerned about thinning hair, we have pulled together a checklist of our top 10 tips when suffering from hair loss and the best actions to take. There are solutions for thinning hair and planning your treatment carefully will have you on the right path to an effective solution.

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Topics: Hair Loss

A Microsurgery Solution To Hair Loss

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Dec 13, 2018 1:41:57 PM

In a similar way to when keyhole surgery was developed to offer patients a less invasive option and reduce recovery time, the microsurgery version of FUE is what now sets the benchmark for hair transplants. 

The DHI, or Direct Hair Implantation microsurgery Auckland hair transplant technique offers patients a comfortable procedure with minimal recovery time and 100% natural results as explained in detail below. 

 

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Topics: Hair Loss, Hair Transplant, Hairline Redesign, Hair Loss Treatment

How Smoking Effects Hair Loss & Early Onset Of Balding

Posted by DHI New Zealand on Nov 15, 2018 2:35:04 PM

You may be blaming your genes for going bald early, but could it be a reversible trigger? There are many temporary causes for hair loss that once improved or ceased can lead to your hair growth returning to normal.

Under normal circumstances, we all shed around 50-100 hairs a day as part of the usual hair growth and renewal cycle. In times of stress or when health is weakened, loss can accelerate and the normal hair growth cycle can be disrupted. We discuss the impact that smoking has on the hair growth and renewal cycle and what you can do if you are unsure of the cause of your onset of balding.

 

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Topics: Hair Loss, Hair Transplant

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