Hair Transplants for Women

Women's Hair Loss Solutions

At Natural Transplants, we offer specialized hair transplant solutions tailored for women experiencing hair loss from all types of conditions, including genetic hair loss (Androgenic Alopecia) and Traction Alopecia. Many women, like men, experience hair loss at some point in their lives. Often, hair loss in women is due to genetic factors. However, some women experience hair loss due to destructive hair styles and patterns which permanently damage hair. In fact, our clinic serves an abundance of female patients. Natural Transplants is one of the few clinics world-wide that specializes in female and African American female hair loss. Get started now with restoration options for women.

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Understanding Women’s Hair Loss

Unlike men, women are more likely to experience thinning hair or loss of frontal edges rather than balding. It is important to know that women can experience hair loss from various causes. These include medical (i.e., thyroid), hormonal, pregnancy, perms (chemical), braids (traction alopecia), female pattern baldness, and many others.

When exploring hair loss treatment options and setting expectations for hair growth after a hair transplant, it’s important to identify the specific type of hair loss you’re experiencing. Depending on the cause, there may be both nonsurgical and surgical options available to you.

women's traction alopecia

Traction Alopecia

Hair loss that is caused by tight hairstyles.

Female Pattern Baldness

Hair thinning in women that is due to genetics.

Real Results for Women

View the transformative results achieved by women through hair transplants.

What Women Should Know About Hair Transplants

Simply put, a female hair transplant is a procedure that relocates permanent hair from one area to another that lacks coverage, such as the hairline or the top of the head. The two primary techniques used are FUE and FUT (our HUE or HUE+ method, an advanced version of the FUT technique).

The ideal candidate is a woman who has limited hair loss, is not expected to experience significant future hair loss, and possesses healthy donor hair. 

It’s important to recognize that hair transplants do not prevent future hair loss in women, especially if you return to the destructive hair styles and patterns that caused the loss of hair in the first place. Rather, they are performed to restore lost hair, often replacing less than the total amount lost. Bearing this in mind, our doctors at Natural Transplants offer realistic goals and expectations to women considering a hair transplant procedure.

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Traction Alopecia

women's traction alopeciaTraction alopecia is a type of hair loss that is caused by tight hairstyles, such as hair weaves and braids, that exert repetitive, excessive tension on the hair follicles.

African American women are particularly prone to traction alopecia because of tight braiding and harsh treatments, such as chemical relaxers, that can damage the hair and scalp. Sometimes the hair loss can be due to glues and adhesives ripping out hair follicles from the roots.

We recommend caution to both women and men regarding tight hairstyles and advise careful consideration when selecting someone to treat their hair.

Female-Pattern Baldness

Often, hair thinning in women is due to genetics. This type of hair loss is known as female-pattern hair loss, also known as androgenic alopecia. A hair transplant is a proven method for treating female-pattern baldness.

Get A Free Assessment of Your Hair Loss

At Natural Transplants, our honest and experienced hair transplant surgeons are available to assess your hair loss and determine the most suitable hair restoration options for you.

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