Medical treatment for phimosis is considered the “gold standard” for treating facial hair loss.
According to Mayo Clinic, it’s the treatment that has been proven to help the majority of people who suffer from the condition.
However, the treatment is often administered in a sedative-hypnotic manner to make patients feel better and to help patients maintain the appearance of their natural facial hair.
But some people are still struggling with the long-term side effects.
In recent years, research has suggested that some people who have phimotic facial hair may develop permanent facial scarring.
Researchers from the University of Illinois in Chicago have been studying this phenomenon.
“It’s a question of whether the long term effects are reversible, or are there permanent effects,” Dr. Eric Johnson, the director of the clinical research center, told Fox News.
Dr. Johnson says the results of this research could help determine whether people who are suffering from facial hair growth or phimoria have an effective treatment for their condition.
“One of the questions that we have asked is whether there is any difference in the long course response of these patients and patients with other facial hair disorders, whether it’s a difference in duration or intensity of the response,” he said.
The results of the study are still being evaluated and the results are expected to be published in a peer-reviewed medical journal in the fall of 2018.
Johnson and Bowers, who has previously conducted research on facial hair reduction in children, are currently conducting a study to determine the effects of treatment on the hair growth in children who have received facial treatment.
The goal of this study is to determine whether or not the treatment does any permanent damage to the facial hair, or whether it has an immediate effect.
Dr Johnson is hopeful that the results from this study will help shed light on whether or what type of facial treatment is best for the individual.
“This is a very difficult question, and I don’t want to overstate the importance of the question, but I do think it’s very important that people get the treatment right, because people with facial hair have to make their decisions about their facial hair,” he explained.
“I hope that this study helps answer some of those questions.”