Is there a surgery for hair loss?

No. No. But there is surgery for "baldness". This is to remove the bald part of the scalp and pull the hairy part together. This is called bald spot reduction.
Hair transplant. Hair transplant surgery is a procedure in which hair is moved from the back and/or sides of the scalp, where the hair is permanent (donor area), to areas that are thinning or bald on the front, top, or crown of the scalp (recipient area). Once transplanted, the hair will continue to grow for a person’s life time.

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Had major surgery & want to minimize hair loss if it happens. Dr. said take 10 mcg biotin. Is this right dose & does biotin really help with hair loss?

Doubt it. Biotin deficiency is rare, but can occur in persons with genetic mutations, on long-term antibiotics or anti-convulsants, or who eat a lot of raw egg whites. There is no good evidence that this easily available, over-the-counter supplement is the magic potion to grow hair or prevent hair loss. Biotin is safe to take at normal recommended doses (the Mayo Clinic website recommends 30-100 mcg a day). Read more...

Is it normal to be losing hair after weight loss surgery?

Yes. This typically results from not eating enough protein. Usually this will get better with supplants of protein. Ask nutritionist at your bariatric program. Read more...
Temp hair loss, yes. During the first few months when weight loss is rapid, the nutrient and blood flow to the scalp hair is decreased in order to supply more important organs. Hence, hair. Read more...
Telogen effluvium. Yes, it's probably related to telogen effluvium, which is temporary hair loss of varying degree that tends to occur after a stressful event. Common triggers include weight loss and surgery, among others. Read more...
Yes. Hair loss after weight loss surgery is not uncommon. Can be due to the stress of the surgery in the first few months. Long term hair loss can be a result of not enough protein. Taking the vitamin biotin can sometimes help as well. Read more...

Had sinus surgery for infect. 4 months ago, infect. Back on left side. I don't know if it's possible or not, but could it cause hair loss?

Not likely. Recurrent sinus infections would not be the cause of your hair loss. Other conditions including hypothyroidism could be contributing. Easily evaluated by primary doctor. Other causes of alopecia can be addressed at that time as well. Might want to consider seeing an allergist to get your sinus disease under better control. Read more...

Can an endoscopic or open surgery brow lift actually lead to hair loss?

Probably not, but... All adults over a certain age are losing hair (some sooner than others). Some even have premature balding starting in their 20's. So, no matter what surgery an older adult does, he will likely have less hair this month than this month a year ago. He'll probably have less hair after any surgery than before surgery... Time doesn't stop for anyone. Read more...
Yes. The hair loss can be near the incisions, or the hair loss can be in the temple region, related to undermining & elevation of the tissues. This second type is more common in smokers. Practically speaking, though, this problem is uncommon when the tissues are handled gently. Read more...
Browlift. There are incision techniques to minimize hairless. However, hairloss is a risk when incisions are made in the hairline. Read more...

How can I slow down hair loss after bariatric surgery?

Do not think so. I do not think any association with your hair loss after bariatric surgery. Stress , hormone imbalance , change in shampoo can cause hair loss. You need to mention to your dortor to get evaluate. Read more...
Hair loss is common. ...After any surgery, especially one that dramatically changes your nutritional intake; it's called "telogen effluvium." it's temporary, and the hair will grow back, but it might take awhile (weeks to months). It's worrisome, i know; happened to me after an operation, and i knew what it was, and knew it would grow back, and it still freaked me out! but rest assured, it's a temporary thing. Read more...
Zinc, biotin, protei. Hair loss is temporary after gastric bypass. It is due to nutrients being directed away from hair. You can decrease this effect by increasing nutrients like zinc, biotin, and protein. Many patients have also told me that Minoxidil solution (rogaine) for a few months can stop the hair loss. Read more...