Whether you’ve found a treatment that already works for you, or have yet to find one, there is undoubtedly significant room for improvement in hair loss treatments. Virtually all current treatments require an ongoing investment of time or money, and very often both. Efficacy can also be person-dependent, not to mention the potential risks and side effects.
Future hair loss treatments will address many of the limitations of the cosmetic, medical, and surgical treatment methods currently in use. Some entirely new methods even have the potential to “cure” inherited pattern baldness permanently, for example hair follicle cloning and gene therapy.
This section discusses the latest theories and treatments.