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Hair Transplant For Woman

We all take our hair for granted until it starts to thin or even disappear completely. But men aren’t the only ones experiencing hair loss. Baldness issues are unfortunately also a concern for the opposite sex.

Women do suffer from alopecia as well and are looking for female hair loss treatment. If you unfortunately are on this boat, there is a solution : the hair transplant for women.

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when to have a hair transplant for women

When is a hair surgery worth considering?

Not all hair loss is related to hormonal levels. Hair loss can be caused by an accident or injuries. Combustion can also lead to lasting hair loss. In most cases, one can obtain good results with a hair transplant. However, it is not the only possibility available, and you should evaluate your optimal treatment. In order to do so, you must first determine the cause of the alopecia.

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Get Thick Hair – in 3 Easy Steps

1
The Comfort-In tool

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Your hair transplant will be more comfortable for you. The Comfort-In method takes care of that.

2
Removal of the individual hair grafts

Removal of the Hair Grafts

Using the FUE technique, the grafts are individually extracted from the donor area.

3
Inserting the hair grafts into the hair channels

Inserting the Hair

In the last step, the hair follicles are transplanted into the recipient area. The hair transplant technique is selected based on your individual hair loss concern.

The female pattern for baldness

Hair loss is, in most cases, linked to a genetic history. Women, unlike men, who are affected by this issue rarely turn completely bald. Unfortunately the female pattern for hair loss remains clearly visible, as measured by the Salvin or Ludwig scales.

In the case of an androgenetic alopecia, especially with women, the hair begins with thinning on the top of the head. The hair increasingly thins out, until finally the part of the scalp located on the head’s crown becomes fully visible.

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Female Hair loss caused by hormone imbalance

A hormone called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is usually responsible for hair loss. Men as well as for women are concerned by this, although it happens more often among men. For women, the effects are more subtle. One’s hair will thin as a result, and bald areas may appear in the region of the hair part.

This kind of hair loss happens slowly and is usually only noticed when approximately half of the hair has fallen out. This hair will not regrow and your hair will look thinner. You can change the circumstances with hormone therapy, or you might consider a hair transplant for women. We can help you making this decision by providing a professional hair analysis.

Not all types of hair loss are related to hormone disorders

As previously mentioned, not all hair loss is related to hormonal levels. Hair loss can be caused by an accident or injuries. Combustion can also lead to lasting hair loss. In most cases, one can obtain good results with a hair surgery. However, it is not the only possibility available, and you should evaluate your optimal treatment.

A temporary hair loss can also be caused by illness or stress. Those cases can be treated by simple means such as stress reduction or medication. But if the hair follicles are damaged, a hair surgery is the only effective female hair loss treatment.

Frontal hair loss reduction

For women who want to correct a forehead that is too high, a hair restoration is also a solution. Not every woman is naturally blessed with full hair on her forehead and a beautiful, straight hairline. Many women finds that having a forehead that is too high disturbing and not attractive.

Often they also suffer psychologically from that issue. Thanks to our female hair loss treatment, the hairline can be pulled down thus reducing the forehead. Thanks to modern methods, like the FUE hair transplant for women the hair can once again grow naturally.

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The hair transplant for women with the FUE method

This modern method of hair transplant surgery is virtually painless. The result is very natural both in the donor and in the transplant area. FUE is the abbreviation for Follicular Unit Extraction and is a major improvement of the older FUT technique. In this type of procedure hair roots are extracted with a special needle and implanted in the hairless area.

After the hair surgery, you only have red spots on the scalp for a few days. However, these disappear naturally. On the scalp remain microscopic scars that are barely perceptible to the naked eye. With the FUE method up to 3000 hair root groups can be moved.

With this female hair loss treatment, the hair does not have to be shortened before removal. The hair is gently removed in full length and grafted on the bare spot. By the absence of a shave, you can wear your haircut as well as the hair length as before the treatment.

The hair used usually fall out after a few weeks again. The hair root undergoes a rest phase also called the telogen phase. After about 3 months, the hair root regenerates a strong new hair. The final result of a hair transplant for women is reached after about 8 to 12 months.

The advantages of the FUE method at a glance

  • Natural result
  • Painless treatment methods
  • In a few hours, women will get thicker hair
  • Hair transplants in Turkey are financially affordable
  • Women do not have to shave off the hair
  • Various modern methods in competent clinics
  • Full hair after a maximum of one year after treatment
  • Increased self-esteem after hair transplantation
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A happy woman after a hair transplant

The female pattern for baldness

Hair loss is, in most cases, linked to a genetic history. Women, unlike men, who are affected by this issue rarely turn completely bald. Unfortunately the female pattern for hair loss remains clearly visible, as measured by the Salvin or Ludwig scales.

In the case of an androgenetic alopecia, especially with women, the hair begins with thinning on the top of the head. The hair increasingly thins out, until finally the part of the scalp located on the head’s crown becomes fully visible.

Female Hair loss caused by hormone imbalance

A hormone called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) is usually responsible for hair loss. Men as well as for women are concerned by this, although it happens more often among men. For women, the effects are more subtle. One’s hair will thin as a result, and bald areas may appear in the region of the hair part.

This kind of hair loss happens slowly and is usually only noticed when approximately half of the hair has fallen out. This hair will not regrow and your hair will look thinner. You can change the circumstances with hormone therapy, or you might consider a hair transplant for women. We can help you making this decision by providing a professional hair analysis.