Hair Transplantation for Women

Hair transplantation for women is implemented in the same manner as men by removing grafts from the back of head and implanting them to the bald area. After the operation, grafts keep the properties they had in the area they are taken from.

The most common baldness type is called androgenic alopecia and it is usually seen in men. However, women may also suffer from this type of baldness due to high levels of androgens. This complication may not be as serious as a man’s baldness but usually seen as a low level of density in the hair area.

How to implement hair transplant for women?

Hair transplant for women is based on the transfer of hair to the bald area from the area which is not affected by alopecia. After the operation, grafts keep the properties they had in the area they are taken from, which means that the implants will not be affected by any danger of recurring baldness.

Hair transplant for women is minimally invasive and requires only local anesthesia. Your hair is reproduced by micrografts and results are perceivable in 12 months.

Hair Transplant with FUE Technique

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) procedure is based on removing follicles. With this technique, a circular lancet is used instead of getting grafts from a line of hair. This type of hair intervention requires shaving of intervention areas.

If you consider getting professional help for alopecia, we can say that you can get very satisfactory results with FUE technique. Hair texture is crucial for the success of the operation. Therefore, operation is decided depending on your private condition. Considering a hair transplant or any questions on your mind? Contact us now!