Sanusi Umar, M.D.
Hair Restoration Surgeon
Saturday, November 13, 2021
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. PST
This is a follow-up to Dr. Umar’s popular presentation on Hair Falling Out? Let’s Get to the Root of the Problem: Part 1, scheduled on Saturday, October 16, 2021.
The statistics are in. From one-third to one-half of all black women experience hair loss in their life time. According to a study in the medical journal, Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, traction alopecia affects one-third of women of African descent – and is mostly caused by tightly knit/wound styles.
A study by Boston University’s Slone Epidemiology Center of almost 5,594 African-American women, 47.6 percent reported hair loss on the crown or the top of the scalp – mostly caused by traction alopecia. Given that these topics tend to be shrouded in silence, the true figures may be higher.
Who do you turn to for questions, answers and treatments?
Join Dr. Sanusi Umar as he addresses some common warning signs of the leading causes of hair loss. He will also offer some tips to help women protect their hair from further loss, thinning and damage. What do you have to lose? Click on the “Register Now” button today!
ABOUT DR. UMAR:
Dr. Sanusi Umar is certified by the American Board of Dermatology, prior to which he was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He also completed a fellowship training in cosmetic surgery under the direction of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. As a pioneer in hair transplant surgery, he is widely published and recognized in his field.
Dr. Umar has a world-renowned track record for successful patient hair restoration and skin care treatment outcomes, with focus on alternatives to painful surgery procedures. He identifies the various subtle nuanced details needed to create outstanding hair coverage, aesthetics, and wound healing for different levels of hair loss, repair and other challenges in the ethnic patient.
Dr. Umar conducts a careful detailed clinical examination and history on the patient, including hair and scalp, to determine the appropriate clinical assessment and best treatment options. He uses the most advanced dermatological surgical and non-surgical treatments and tool in his practice that are effective and safe for the ethnic patient’s unique hair care needs.
For information on Dr. Umar, please visit dru.com.