The Face of Hair Restoration: The Rawal Institute for Hair Restoration and Aesthetic Medicine

The Faces of Madison 2020
The Face of Hair The Rawal Institute for Hair Restoration and Aesthetic Medicine

Dr. Shamila Gupta Rawal, board-certified otolaryngologist/head and neck surgeon, specializes in the management of hair loss and rejuvenation of the face and neck at The Rawal Institute for Hair Restoration and Aesthetic Medicine. She’s the only hair restoration surgeon providing comprehensive surgical and nonsurgical treatment for all types of hair loss in Madison.

“Hair loss is often underappreciated as an issue rooted in medical causes,” Rawal said. “Many hair restoration facilities attempt to address only the outward, cosmetic appearance, while failing to correct the internal problem. At The Rawal Institute, we don’t believe in doing a Band-Aid job.

“The most important aspect of hair restoration is the understanding of how one’s hair plays into their perceived age and health status. Our hairlines provide a framework for our faces and give that first impression of our youth and vitality. For males and females alike, hair loss can take a significant toll on self-esteem.”

As an experienced head and neck surgeon with advanced aesthetic training, Dr. Rawal prefers to develop long-term relationships with her patients, creating comprehensive treatment plans that can adjust with one’s needs over time and ensure a natural-looking and sustainable hair restoration result. For some patients, medical therapies may include addressing hormonal imbalances or using regenerative medicine strategies. For others, surgical solutions may require several stages spread over the course of years. Whatever the treatment plan, Dr. Rawal partners with her patients to make sure they are completely comfortable with all steps, in order to optimize their participation in their hair restoration success. She strives to empower her patients and provide treatments that give them a renewed sense of self-confidence and vitality.

For more information, contact The Rawal Institute at 608.721.6132 or visit

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