Hair loss can have a significant impact on a person's lifestyle and appearance, especially for today's women when appearance plays such a significant role.
Can a woman get a hair transplant?
Many women experience hair loss, especially during menopause, as estrogen levels in the blood decrease. As women get older, fluctuations in hormone levels often lead to hair loss, and over time, they become thinner. Hair loss can affect self-esteem. For women, thinning and hair loss is especially psychologically difficult.
There are many options and possible combinations to treat hair loss in women. Women rarely lose their hairline. More often they experience diffuse thinning at the top of the head. Many women are looking for an approach to hair restoration without the need for long-term treatment. Transplantation is an excellent method that does not require long-term therapeutic treatment.
Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure in which hair is moved from the back and/or sides where it is most resistant to hormonal changes (donor area) to patches, bald patches on the front, top or crown (recipient area). Once transplanted, hair will continue to grow throughout a person's life.