Some may have thought that baldness is a male-specific disease that rarely affects women but in fact, statistics show that women are also exposed to hair loss and baldness in not a few percentages. For most women, the beautiful appearance is essential and indispensable and of course there is no woman can imagine the appearance of hair with baldness, so hair loss and baldness in women has many negative effects and can destroy women’s psychology and weaken their self-confidence.
We mentioned earlier that hair transplantation is a radical and guaranteed solution to the problem of baldness, but does this apply to women too? Can hair transplantation be done for women? If hair transplantation is possible, what is the best hair transplant technique a woman can choose?
The patient is first examined to determine the proportion of baldness and then the condition of the donor area is estimated after that, the patient will agree on the areas where the hair transplant will be performed.
Hair transplantation begins with the extraction of follicles from the donor area using a precise device and taking into account that the extraction is not unfair so as not to affect the donor area negatively. After the extraction, the doctor opens channels in the areas to be implanted and prepares it to receive the extracted hair follicles. The extracted follicles are then implanted in the receiving area. The entire hair transplant is performed under local anesthesia. The woman is given some medications and analgesics after the operation, as well as several tips and instructions to ensure successful hair transplantation.
After hair transplantation during recovery period, women are advised not to use any cosmetic products for hair or materials applied to the head without consulting a doctor.
After hair transplantation at a certain period determined by the doctor (usually 3 weeks), the woman can deal with her new hair completely as natural hair.