Thanks to the recently developed treatment techniques, female hair transplantation is becoming more and more common among women.
Treatments have become more accessible, cost-effective and less invasive. While the old FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) method leaves very large scars between the area spread between the two ears, the current FUE and DHI methods provide healthier results and a much healthier healing process without leaving any scars.
Hair loss is a common problem in men, but women also experience the same problem from time to time. The causes of women’s hair problems may be different from men’s.
After determining the true cause of hair loss, hair transplantation can give successful results in these cases.
Female hair transplantation is almost the same as male hair transplantation. The biggest advantage of women’s hair transplantation is that women’s hair is long.
Before hair transplantation, a window is opened only in the middle to remove the hair without the need to completely shave the scalp, unlike in male hair transplantation.
The remaining hair looks like it has never been treated and completely covers the extraction area. Thus, women can return to their social or business life immediately.
Female hair transplant operations are performed in the following cases:
Forehead lighter than usual
Openings caused by hair pulling or plucking in psychological situations
Burnt or accidental scar openings
Hair loss due to hormonal disorders / imbalances
stress-related hair loss
Openings caused by alopecia
male pattern hair loss
Hair transplantation surgery performed in the wound openings that have formed as a result of burns or accidents aims to close the open area. These problems may come with subcutaneous circulatory disorder With hair transplantation, the desired circulation is provided again by stimulating subcutaneous.
Not 100 % result can be obtained from such type of planting due to circulatory problems. The desired results can be achieved only with a second operation.
For example, a 100% result is achieved by adducing 30% in the second operation on top of the 70% success previously achieved in the first operation.
In addition to this operation as a complementary process, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), Mesotherapy procedures must be administered etc. to ensure circulation.