FEMALE HAIR TRANSPLANT
Typically, female hair loss is not in the same patterns as males and in fact, is rarely in a discernable pattern at all. While female hair loss is oftentimes referred to as “female pattern hair loss” it is in fact a diffuse, unpatterned hair loss. The traditional donor zone is greatly limited on female patients where the strongest hair is only found at the back. Male patients traditionally have donor hair on the sides as well as the back thus allowing for longer strips to be harvested for greater numbers of grafts to be transplanted.
How Does It Differ From a Male Hair Transplant?
- We do not trim the whole head in the case of females to avoid awkwardness.
- The biggest concern with females is their post-transplant look so no worries about that u can cover your recipient area with the hair so ur surgery goes unnoticed.
- Since the hair loss is diffuse in females we need to put the grafts in a larger area.