Skin Complexion & Treating Issues| Seeking A Dermatologist's Help

How a Skin Doctor or Skin Surgeon Can Improve Complexion, Skin Issues

Understanding skin, the largest organ of our bodies, can be a bit complicated. On top of skin dynamics regarding skin care, skin irregularities and problematic skin issues, it can be a little embarrassing to discuss personal skin predicaments with friends and family. We may keep our embarrassing skin issues to ourselves — all the more

Dr. U Discusses Hair Restoration on Tom Joyner Morning Show

Dr. Umar on Tom Joyner Radio Show to Discuss Hair Transplantation

The highly rated Tom Joyner Radio Show welcomed Dr. Umar as their guest physician for the “Get Well Wednesday” segment. The segment offers helpful insights into a particular area of health for the show’s 8 million regular listeners. This week’s six-minute installment covered an array of topics with concern to hair loss and hair transplantation.

Tom Joyner Radio Show Talks to Dr. Umar About Hair Transplant and Hair Loss

When people think of dermatology, they tend to associate conditions of the skin. Acne, wrinkles, eczema, rosacea, and many other skin ailments are entrusted to dermatologists for treatment. However, this field of medicine also covers anything to do with the nails and hair. When people endure sudden hair loss, scalp irritation, genetic baldness, etc. they

Dr. Umar |KCAL 9

Los Angeles Dermatologist Dr. Umar Discusses Hair Loss Prevention on KCAL 9

Dr. Umar made an appearance on KCAL 9 to share easy tips to prevent the extent of hair loss. Hair loss can happen in two ways: Breakage of the hair shaft Release of the hair shaft from the roots Although the main cause lies in our genetics, there are ways we can minimize the progression

Pattern Baldness in Male Patient

Causes of Hair Loss – Dr. Umar on American Health Journal

Dr. Umar discusses the causes of hair loss with American Health Journal.  In the United States, baldness affects 35 million men and 21 million women.  Pattern baldness occurs commonly in men. However it also affects women as well, but to a lesser extent. A genetic predisposition is the main underlying cause. Genes create protein receptors