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Non-Surgical Treatments Against Baldness


There are several scientifically proven treatments for baldness: minoxidil, finasteride, low intensity laser and platelet rich plasma among others. These treatments only work where there is hair.

Platelet-rich plasma or capillary biostimulation with growth factors

This treatment is carried out by obtaining blood from the patient to extract the growth factors that platelets have.  These growth factors are injected into the scalp and are attached to the hair follicle where they act for up to 6 months.

Platelets are blood cells that help in the clotting process and are also a source of multiple growth factors.

When platelets are activated, they release all of their growth factors. It is an effective and safe treatment, since it involves your own blood.

It can be used as a complement to topical and systemic treatments or as a complement to your hair transplant surgery because:

  • Accelerates the healing process.
  • Lowers the risk of infection
    Increase the percentage of graft survival.
  • It shortens the period of rest of the follicle, accelerating the repopulation of the sown area.
  • Makes the scar in the donor area less visible.
  • Produces capillary regeneration of 20% of the hair follicles extracted from the donor’s area in patients treated with the FUE method.
  • It prolongs the anagen or growth phase of the hair follicle.
  • Doubles the speed of hair growth.
  • Increases the caliber of the hair fiber.
  • Improves hair color.
  • Improves coverage of treated areas by up to 75%.
  • Increases hair density in treated areas.
  • It is the only treatment that controls active hair loss in less than three weeks.
    • The changes begin to be noticed between 6 – 12 weeks.  Hair will appear shinier and thicker and these benefits will increase as it continues to be used.

Topical treatments

There are several magisterial formulas based on minoxidil, which act by delaying hair loss and improving local circulation.

Its continuous use gives good results, but when it is associated with some systemic therapy they are much better. Shampoos are indicated when there are other factors that contribute to hair loss such as seborrheic dermatitis.

Oral treatments

Finasteride is a very effective medicine to stop hair loss. It works by blocking the enzyme 5alpha-reductase, responsible for the conversion of testosterone to DHT in the hair follicle. Women of childbearing age should not consume it. The results begin to be noticed from the 4th month reaching their greatest effect at 2 years. It is a drug that must be taken under medical supervision.

There are complementary medications to these treatments, mainly useful for women. They are antiandrogens. These drugs modulate the production of testosterone produced by women. They must be administered under medical supervision.

Other treatments consist of the use of dietary integrators rich in trace elements that help in the formation of hair.


The laser works by producing light with a specific wavelength that reaches the hair follicle directly.

This light is captured by the cells responsible for producing hair and transform it into energy for their benefit.

This means that the hair improves its thickness and quality. 3 weekly sessions of 15 minutes duration are necessary. The changes begin to be noticed between 6 – 12 weeks.

Hair will appear shinier and thicker and these benefits will increase as it continues to be used. It is a scientifically proven effective treatment for hair loss.

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Why use non-surgical treatments

The success of any of the 2RMD treatments lies in doing a medical follow-up.

Many patients give up on continuing their treatment because they do not see immediate results.  But it is important to keep in mind that, as hair growth is so slow, the results will begin to be noticed from the 4th month.  If these are not effective, the only alternative will be hair transplant surgery.

It is also important to understand that if the baldness has been going on for many years, there may be a good initial response to non-surgical treatments, but it is usually NOT sustainable over time.

Medical treatment is aimed at preserving the original, non-transplanted or native hair from the genetically predisposed area to be lost.

In transplant cases, it is as important a complement as the procedure itself.

Natural results that change lives!