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Hair restoration 

Hair restoration
Hair restoration

Nagham Darhouse

and Greg Williams

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date: 20 October 2020

Scalp and facial hair are essential components of what is perceived to be a normal appearance. This chapter examines options for both surgical and non-surgical management. Surgical options are further discussed by location and size, and possible complications or issues are outlined. It is important for the multi-disciplinary team to be aware of the possible therapeutic modalities and to develop established links with practitioners who offer those services that are not available locally.

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