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Dr. Carlos Puig Leads Female Hair Replacement Cowgirl Workshop

HOUSTON, April 30, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hair loss is not limited to men. Women can also suffer from hair loss, and it can be even more devastating for them because so many people don't understand this affliction. Dr. Carlos Puig is one of the professionals who has been working in this field to help women overcome the stigma of hair loss and enjoy having beautiful hair again. He recently led a workshop on the different techniques that are now available to combat hair loss, including various surgical treatments.

The recent workshop included many specialists with years of experience in female hair replacement. Dr. Puig has been performing hair restoration surgeries since 1973, and he has watched the field change and grow over the decades. He has an eye for aesthetics and pays attention to the fine details, so his transplants and surgeries result in the most natural looking hair. He has performed more than 20,000 scalp related surgeries and is highly skilled at producing natural-looking, long-lasting results that restore self-esteem and improve a woman's image.

When Dr. Puig first entered the field in 1973, plug hair transplants were commonly used. Since then, technology has evolved to include follicular units and single hair grafts. He currently offers follicular hair transplants, follicular hair extraction hair transplantation, Extended Scalp Reduction, Triple Flap crown closure, and scalp lifts. All of these surgical options were discussed at this workshop so that other doctors and patients can benefit from his knowledge.

It's natural for a woman's hair to start thinning as she approaches middle age, but the hair loss should not be noticeable or leave bald patches on the scalp. Women who are living with more severe hair loss will see this trend of visibly thinning hair begin in their 40's, and it continues through the rest of their lives, and can impact their self-esteem.

While about half of all hair loss in women is the result of genetics, there are other causes as well. Transient stress-related hair loss can strike at any age and will generally self-resolve as stress levels are reduced. Dermatological diseases lead to hair loss, and scarring inflammation can also inhibit the growth of new hair. The good news is that there are treatments for all these causes, including genetic hair loss.


The Hair Restoration Center has been dedicated to providing its patients with the most advanced techniques for medical hair restoration available. Dr. Carlos Puig was named one of Texas Magazine's "Houston's Top Doctors" for 2012, and specializes in treating hair loss. Hair loss can affect a person's physical appearance, and as a result, it may affect their level of self-confidence and their self-image. Ultimately, hair loss can have effects on a person's personal and professional life alike, but there are many treatment options available. Dr. Puig has devoted his career to providing clients with natural, healthy-looking results. Those who are suffering from the effects of hair loss, and who would like more information about treatment options, may contact the Hair Restoration Center at 866-314-5273 or visit the company' s website,

Media Contact: Dr. Carlos Puig , Hair Restoration Center, 866-314-5273,

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