Natural PRP Treats Pregnancy Hair Loss

January 27th, 2019 | Categories: Hair Loss

The wonders and miracles of childbirth can also be accompanied by some not-so-wonderful changes in a woman’s body. In addition to the challenges of weight gain, morning sickness, and backaches, many women also experience hair loss during or after pregnancy. And while this type of hair loss is typically temporary, it can take 6 month to a year for the hair to begin growing in again. Fortunately new, 100% natural PRP treatment for pregnancy hair loss is now available in our New York City dermatology office. What Causes Hair Loss During Pregnancy? At any given time, approximately 90% of a person’s hair shou... Read More

PRP Telogen Effluvium Hair Loss Treatment

January 20th, 2019 | Categories: Hair Loss

Telogen effluvium – sometimes simply called TE - is believed to be the second most common form of hair loss. It is a condition in which a change occurs in the number of hair follicles that are actually growing hair. “Telogen” is the medical term for the resting phase of hair growth. When the number of follicles actively growing hairs significantly lowers during the telogen phase, the volume of hairs on the head becomes thinner. While TE hair loss typically isn’t permanent, the bad news is that “TE” hair loss can last for a year or more. Fortunately, there's a new, state-of-the-art hair loss treatment... Read More

The Best Hair Loss Treatments Available in New York, NY

January 15th, 2019 | Categories: Hair Loss

What are the Best Hair Loss Treatments Available in New York, NY? As one of New York, NY’s leading dermatology practices, we are often asked “what’s the best hair loss treatment?” And while that sounds like a simple question, the answer is more complicated than you may think! In fact, the best hair loss treatment(s) for any individual depends upon many factors, including: their gender, their genetics, the cause of their hair loss, and how far along the hair loss has progressed. In most cases, there is not a single “magic bullet” – but rather a comprehensive hair loss treatment plan that incorporates a ... Read More

Answers to Questions About PRP Hair Loss Treatment

January 8th, 2019 | Categories: Hair Loss

PRP Hair Loss Treatment Frequently Asked Questions - We are among the few doctors in New York, NY to offer the new, highly effective, non-surgical, Platelet Rich Plasma or “PRP” hair loss treatments. In this article we answer our patients most frequently asked questions about PRP. However, the only way to determine if PRP Hair Loss Treatments are right for you is to schedule a consultation with an experienced hair restoration doctor, at our New York, NY dermatology office. Take a look at the PRP Hair Loss Treatment FAQs below. Then call our office to schedule your consultation! What is PRP Hair Loss Treatmen... Read More

PRP Hair Restoration Treatment for Women

December 29th, 2018 | Categories: Hair Loss

PRP Hair Restoration Treatment for Women - Sure, there are lots of sexy male celebrities who rock a bald head. But when it comes to women with hair loss, that’s a completely different story. Fortunately there is finally a new, state-of-the-art hair restoration treatment for women that really works! Jason Statham, Vin Diesel, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis are just a few of the A-list actors who put the macho in being hairless. But can you think of a single femme fatale with a bald head or even thinning hair? While we all know “true beauty comes from within,” women are also p... Read More

PRP Hair Loss Treatment FAQs

December 18th, 2018 | Categories: Hair Loss

PRP Hair Loss Treatment FAQs - How many PRP Hair Loss Treatments will I need? For most patients, PRP hair loss therapy typically consists of only three treatments over a one month to six week period. Maintenance hair treatments are recommended every six months, to ensure ongoing scalp and follicle health. However, every patient’s hair loss is different. Schedule an appointment at our New York Dermatologist’s office, and Dr. Goldenberg will discuss a treatment plan that’s right for you during your first visit. Does PRP Hair Loss Treatment work for men and women? Yes! PRP Hair Loss Treatment effectivel... Read More

PRP Hair Loss Treatments Regrow Hair Naturally

December 10th, 2018 | Categories: Hair Loss

PRP Hair Loss Treatments Naturally Regrow Hair. If you’re a sports fan, you’ve probably heard about professional athletes - such as New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez and New York Met Jose Reyes - using platelets (PRP) from their own blood to rapidly heal athletic injuries. Other notable athletes such as Kobe Bryant, Steph Curry & Tiger Woods have also used Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP) to accelerate healing. But did you know that this same cutting edge PRP technology is now being used by doctors to treat hair loss and regrow hair? If you weren’t aware of this, you are not alone. Only a handful of progres... Read More

Hair Loss Treatments that Work: PRP & Stem Cell Injection

December 4th, 2018 | Categories: Hair Loss

Hair Loss Treatments that Work: PRP & Stem Cell Injection. If you are suffering from hair loss – whether you are a man or a woman – it has probably dealt a devastating blow to your self-confidence. And, if you are like most people trying to regrow hair, you may have also tried countless "over the counter" hair regrowth products without much luck. The good news is that two new, non-surgical, hair restoration treatments are now available that actually work to stop hair loss and regrow hair. These treatments are Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections and Stem Cell Injections. As leaders in medical hair loss trea... Read More

Hair Loss Blog – Common Causes

July 10th, 2018 | Categories: Cosmetic, Hair Loss

The most common cause of hair loss, or alopecia, is genetic. This has been called androgenetic or male pattern or female pattern. While it commonly runs in families, it doesn’t matter if your parents or siblings have lost their hair - if you have the gene and it gets turned on, your hair will begin and continue to thin. In men this may manifest as complete hair loss (think Q ball). Most women do not lose their hair line but can have significant thinning on their scalp (think old lady with puffed up blue hair). Androgenetic alopecia usually begins in the 20's or 30's (although we see more and more cases in late teens).... Read More

Winter Newsletter

January 19th, 2018 | Categories: Uncategorized

OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW YOU! A new year is upon us, bringing the excitement of a fresh start and – for many of us – a list of resolutions. Whether your goal is to tone up or take better care of your skin, Goldenberg Dermatology in New York can help make your commitments a reality. Jump start 2018 with one of our exclusive treatments, designed to help you sculpt your body, restore healthy hair, and protect and heal your skin. “Now is the time to get ready for Spring and Summer. Whether it's laser to improve the appearance of your skin and erase signs of sun damage, or body contouring to produce... Read More