FOLLICLE HT AT SOLOMON FACIAL PLASTIC - Our Toronto Hair Transplant Clinic

Solomon Facial Hair Loss And Hair Restoration

Follicle HT is a Hair Transplant clinic located at Solomon Facial Plastic in Toronto, with have over 20 years of experience in Hair Transplant surgery procedures including Hairline Lowering and Non-surgical Hair Restoration treatments. Our surgeons and technicians are experts in the field and have performed thousands of Hair Transplant surgeries in Toronto. We take the time to educate our patients about Hair Transplant surgery, and the importance of “take rate” (the success of the implanted follicles). The take rate is exceptionally high with procedures done at Follicle HT due to the cultivated techniques used by our team of hair transplant and restoration experts.

Our Hair Transplant clinic’s focus is on hair restoration in men and women. For both men and women, appearance is often regarded as a predictor of success in business and social spheres. We understand that balding or thinning hair can greatly impact your self-esteem and confidence, which also affects others overall perception of you. Our goal of total patient satisfaction is achieved through state-of-the-art technology and techniques, combined with artistry, skill, experience, and personalized care delivered in a comfortable setting to provide the best hair restoration experience Toronto has to offer.

At our Hair Transplant clinic in Toronto, we offer a variety of surgical and non-surgical hair restoration options and our our team of experts will help you decide on which solution is most appropriate for you.

  • Hair transplantation is the backbone of hair loss treatments.
  • Propecia and Minoxidil are the mainstays of medical treatment.


Hair transplant is an operation in which hair follicles that are not susceptible to pattern hair loss are relocated to areas of the scalp that are bald, or destined to become bald. Hair can also be transplanted to other areas including the eyebrows, eyelashes, moustache, beard, and body.

Hair Transplant Surgery Techniques We Offer:

  • Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) Hair Transplant Surgery
  • Follicular Unit Strip Surgery (FUSS) Hair Transplant Surgery
  • Focllicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Hair Transplant Surgery

Our team’s meticulous cosmetic surgical techniques result in virtually undetectable scars and long-term results that will continue to look natural even with aging, which helps give our patients a peace of mind with their decision to have hair transplantation done. At Follicle HT, we believe that all Hair Transplant Surgery techniques have their advantages and disadvantages and can achieve excellent results. Our philosophy is that each candidate for hair restoration should be assessed and the most appropriate technique selected. Follicle HT also offer both virtual and in-person consultations at our Hair Transplant clinic in Toronto. To schedule your consultation with one of our Hair Transplant surgeons, contact our surgical centre at 905-764-7799 or email us at


At our Hair Transplant clinic in Toronto, all patients are thoroughly assessed by one of our experienced surgeons to determine their candidacy for Hair Transplant surgery. This assessment will allow us to identify the cause of hair loss and rule out any underlying, treatable conditions. Other factors that will be considered include age, extent and rate of hair loss, and availability of donor hair. Non-surgical hair loss treatment solutions such as medical treatment will also be considered. Our Hair Transplant surgeons, Dr. Korman and Dr. Solomon, both strongly recommend that early treatment is key to halt major hairloss. Halting your hair loss will conserve valuable donor hair and prevent progressive baldness, possibly reducing the extent (or even eliminating) the need for future surgery.


Medical treatment can slow or stop pattern hair loss in a large proportion of patients. Some patients will even experience re-growth of hair. The key to medical prevention of hair loss is to start as soon as possible and preserve your existing hair. Although there are many hair loss treatment options to restore hair that has already been lost, our philosophy is that problems are almost always easier to prevent than to treat.

The mainstays of modern medical treatment include Propecia and Minoxidil. Propecia blocks the action of 5-α reductase and will stabilize hair loss in approximately 90% of men who take it. The mechanism by which Minoxidil affects hair growth is unclear however it has been shown to be effective in both men and women. Propecia and Minoxidil appear to work synergistically, meaning that a greater effect is achieved by using both medications at the same time.


Given the range of hair loss treatment solutions available and the sometimes confusing or even misleading claims that you may be confronted with, it is critical that you choose a doctor with the knowledge, training, and skills to guide you through the process.

As surgeons with extensive experience in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Korman and Dr. Solomon are qualified to consider the entire range of hair loss treatment options that might be appropriate for each individual patient.

Dr. Korman

Dr. Korman

Dr. Korman is Board Certified in Otolaryngology (Head & Neck Surgery) by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, as well as by the American Board of Otolaryngology. Both organizations are dedicated to ensuring the highest standards and quality of care. Following board certification, Dr. Korman undertook additional training in hair restoration surgery.

Dr. Korman is an acknowledged expert in hair restoration. He has been appointed by the Registrar of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) as a Medical Inspector under section 75(1)(a) of the Health Professions Procedural Code.

He has consulted extensively as an expert in cases involving hair restoration and other aspects of head & neck surgery. He is a Peer Reviewer for the CPSO, and is the Lead Assessor for both the Otolaryngology and Cosmetic Surgery for the CPSO Practice Assessment & Enhancement Department, Quality Management Division. He is also an inspector of surgical facilities under the CPSO Out-of-Hospital Premises Inspection Program.

Dr. Solomon

Dr. Solomon

Dr. Solomon is double Board Certified in Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic, and Reconstructive Surgery. He has one of the largest facial plastic surgery practices in North America, offering a full range of surgical and non-surgical services for his clientele at his clinics in the Greater Toronto Area.

Dr. Solomon believes in a combined approach where the patient’s wishes, as well as technical factors such as hair and skin color, donor supply, hair caliber, and curl, are taken into account. We strive for an appropriate balance of coverage, density, and naturalness for each patient’s hair transplant.


Dr. Korman and Dr. Solomon and their professional staff provide boutique, individualized service to every single patient so they can have the best experience in hair restoration Toronto has to offer. Our goal is to attain completely undetectable results in a comfortable, safe environment and thereby achieve total patient satisfaction.

The decision to undergo surgery is never easy. We urge you to take your time and explore your options. If you have any questions regarding which alternatives might be right for you, or if you would like to learn more about hair transplant surgery, costs, or anything else, we invite you to contact us to arrange a personal consultation.

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  • What are common causes of hair loss?

    There are many causes of hair loss in both men and women, however, the most common factor is genetics. Other factors that can cause hair loss include hormonal imbalances, medical conditions, scarring and traction from tight braid or ponytails. Nevertheless, the cause of hair loss in the vast majority of patients seeking hair restoration is what is known as male or female pattern hair loss. At our Hair Transplant clinic in Toronto, our surgeons can help you regain your confidence with the most advance hair loss treatments.

  • What is male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia)?

    Male pattern baldness is sometimes referred to as androgenic alopecia. “Alopecia” means “hair-loss” and “androgenic” refers to male sex hormones or “androgens” that are responsible for the progressive loss of hair with age. The effect of androgens on the male hairline can begin as early as the teenage years and most men will have experienced some degree of pattern hair loss by the time they reach their fifties. The hormone testosterone is converted to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) by an enzyme called 5-α reductase and it is now understood that DHT is responsible for beard and body hair growth as well as for scalp hair loss.

    Predisposition to male pattern baldness is thought to be largely inherited however the genetic process is complex and poorly understood. It is a myth that the “baldness-gene” is inherited from the maternal grandfather. Other myths include that poor scalp circulation, caps or hats, or shampoos cause male pattern baldness. (Although certain products such as strong relaxants can damage hair).

  • What is female pattern hair loss?

    Women are also subject to hair loss. While this can be particularly upsetting and can have a devastating impact on self-esteem, in most cases it can be effectively treated.

    As in men, the most common cause of hair loss in women is inherited androgenic pattern baldness. However, the pattern is generally different from what is seen in males. While female pattern hair loss can start early, it often begins later than the male variety. It is more frequently (but not always), associated with a diffuse thinning effect over the entire scalp sparing the frontal hairline.

    While female pattern hair loss is extremely common, many women do not realize that treatment is available and effective, and so they continue to suffer from the embarrassment and anxiety that frequently accompanies thinning hair. Fortunately, more and more women are seeking advice from hair loss treatment specialists like Dr. Korman and Dr. Solomon and are availing themselves of the excellent treatment options that are available at our Hair Transplant clinic in Toronto.

  • How much will treatment cost?

    The cost of treatment depends on the nature of the treatment, and the extent of hair loss. For example, treatments such as Propecia and Minoxidil vary in cost from $25-100 per month depending on the combination and format of medications that are used.

    Grafting procedures can vary widely in cost depending on the area to be transplanted. More advanced procedures such as scalp-plasty or scalp-reduction operations are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

    Under some circumstances, elective surgical procedures are deductible from your income as a medical expense. Patients are encouraged to contact their tax professional. Consultations with your family doctor regarding the medical management of hair loss are generally covered by OHIP.

    You are encouraged to contact us to arrange an appointment so that your specific questions can be addressed.

  • Does it hurt to have a hair transplant?

    Part of our philosophy is that hair transplantation should be a comfortable and virtually pain-free experience. With the use of light sedation, local anesthetic, and gentle and meticulous techniques, the vast majority of patients report that they experience little or no pain. Many actually enjoy the experience, asking questions, chatting with the staff, listening to music, or watching a movie as the procedure progresses.

  • How many procedures will I require?

    The number of procedures required depends on several factors including treatment goals, the degree of hair loss, and the availability of donor reserves. Some people are satisfied after only a single procedure, while others will desire further treatment in order to add density, refine the hairline, temples, or crown, or keep up with progressive hair loss over the years.

    Regardless of the number of transplant sessions that are ultimately carried out, we design each one as a “stand-alone procedure.” This means that each transplant will be specifically designed to look natural throughout your entire lifetime regardless of the extent of future hair loss or future surgery.

  • What if I don’t want to look like I’ve had a hair transplant?

    Many potential patients state that the only thing that they would find worse than baldness would be a bad hair transplant. The sight of obvious, pluggy, and frankly embarrassing results produced by older, outdated techniques would give anyone second thoughts.

    The field of transplantation has come a long way. Grafts have gradually gotten smaller, hairline design more sophisticated, and technology more advanced. The advent of follicular unit transplantation with stereo-microscopic single-hair graft preparation is now generally regarded as the end refinement in surgical technique, able to yield results that are predictable and undetectable. Often, patients’ hair stylists are not able to tell that a transplant has been performed.

    Using modern techniques and instrumentation, our team is able to create a natural appearance with the hairline, density and coverage that are appropriate for each individual patient.

  • What can I expect after my hair transplant?

    Hair transplantation is done as a day surgery procedure, with patients able to go home on the same day. Most patients have only mild discomfort following a hair transplant, and hair can be gently washed on the first day following surgery.

    Most people choose to take a few days off work but some people resume their normal schedule within 1-2 days. We discourage heavy lifting or vigorous exercise for one week following surgery.

    Following a hair transplant, new growth will commence within about 3 months and the transplanted hair then grows at the normal rate of about 1cm per month and continues to thicken over time.

  • How long will the results from Hair Transplant Surgery last?

    In males, the newly transplanted hairs will continue to grow for as long as they would have in their original location. In women the results are also long lasting or permanent, however the donor area can be less reliable than in men. In some cases, female hair loss can continue where the patient was originally experiencing hair loss, however the transplanted hair will remain. Some patients may choose to undergo a second procedure to catch up with the progressive hair loss. It is important to note, a well done hair transplant result should continue to look extremely natural regardless of any future hair loss or additional surgery,

Dr. Philip Solomon

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