Hair Transplantation for Women
Hair transplantation for women is a procedure applied to women who have problems such as hair loss, thinning, and baldness.
Hair Loss Stages in Women
It is also important at what stage the problems such as thinning and baldness in women are detected. In the first stage, there is not much hair loss on the head and the thinning is hardly noticeable. Shedding starts from the front. In the second stage, mediocre hair loss can be seen. Regional shedding begins. This marks the right time when one of the hair transplant methods can be evaluated. In the final stage, the baldness becomes more pronounced and the scalp is now visible.
Females Who are Good Candidates for Hair Transplantation
Women with hair loss called male-pattern hair loss, are among the ideal candidates. Typically, the hair follicles in the donor areas are solid and resistant to shedding. Having a sufficient number of grafts is the determining factor in donor site selection.
- • If the hairline is further back than normal, the feminine appearance of the face may be affected. It is possible to position this line forward with hair transplantation.
- • If there are scars on the head, they can be closed in this way. Hair transplantation can also be applied for hiding traumatic shedding problems.
- • When it comes to hair plucking (hair pulling disorder), the person can also be considered as a good candidate for hair transplantation. The patient should wait until the mental recovery process is complete.