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Hair Restoration







If you’re one of the many women experiencing hair thinning or hair loss, there is a new innovative treatment providing amazing results!

About 1/3 of women experience hair loss(alopecia) at some point in their lives.  As women enter into peri-menopause and go through menopause, around 2/3 suffer some hair thinning and or hair loss.  

 Hair loss can be devastating and embarrassing. It can have a huge impact on a woman’s emotional well-being and quality of life. 

Generally, we all shed hair daily but when the cycle becomes interrupted for various reasons, we notice hair thinning and or loss. 

Our hair goes through 3 main cycles:

  1. The anagen phase or the growing phase typically lasts from 2 to 8 years.  This phase generally refers to almost 90% of the hair on your head.
  2. The catagen phase (transition phase) is the time that your hair follicles shrink and can take about 2-3 weeks.
  3. The telogen phase (resting phase) can take about 2-4 months. When this phase ends, the hair falls out. 


Most women eventually develop some degree of female pattern hair loss. It can start at any time and in our stressful world, and more younger women are noticing hair thinning and hair loss.

It’s often asked, what is the reason for this hair loss?  There are many potential causes of hair loss in women including:


Women have suffered silently for many years, but now there is a nonsurgical option that can promote hair growth and give women their lives back.

Call and schedule your free 15 minute consult  512-593-5605, and  learn how AustinMD can help you!  




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