Hair transplantation is one of the favorite operations of men and women, in the context of aesthetic operations. The main concern is the process being obvious once you get home. The development of technology has led to the use of modern devices that make it less visible that a person has undergone a hair transplant. This is possible with unshaved hair transplantation.
There are several reasons for hair loss in women; among these the damages caused by mountain shampoo, by vitamines and hormonal deficiencies or by environmental factors. Some hair loss problems can be solved to a certain extent with the use of pharmaceuticals, in some cases the only solution is the transplant operation.
Hair loss in women, as in men, begins in a certain region and progresses to the problem of baldness. Although baldness is sometimes a bad condition for men, it is a serious problem for women, especially from a psychological and aesthetic point of view.
Hair loss in women can occur due to many reasons. The most important of these are genetic factors. Hair loss due to genetic predisposition is described as androgenetic alopecia. Deficiencies in vitamin B and iron are conditions that accelerate hair loss. Another cause of hair loss in women is hormonal. Especially with the onset of the menopause process, hair loss increases by 50% more. In this case, hair transplantation is inevitable.
The FUE and DHI methods are the most frequently applied hair transplant methods on women, with excellent results. Before undergoing a hair transplant, a very important step is the analysis of the hair by the doctor, and planning the most suitable type of hair transplant. The success rate of hair transplants designed and made in this way is 99%.
The FUE method applied to both women and men consists in the collection of hair follicles from the donor area and transplantation in the thinned area or affected by baldness. The donor area is pre-determined and the individual hair follicles are collected with the help of a micro motor. The grafts are transplanted after the incision of thin canals in the area that needs thickening.
The donor area is the part of the head where the hair is healthier and resistant to falling out; this area is normally identified in the part of the nape, between the ears and is easily camouflaged by the surrounding hair, once the transplant is finished.