Hair loss is a common occurrence in a woman's life. The female hair loss can be caused by several causes:
- Seasonal breaks,
- Iron deficiency,
- Hormonal causes: androgenic alopecia, thyroid causes,
Obviously, all of these possible causes need to be medically treated. However, when alopecia in women has been in place for years, with a sparse appearance sometimes showing the scalp and after all conventional treatments have brought no visible cosmetic improvement, the surgical treatment with hair transplants or hair implants can be considered.
Indeed, this surgery for female baldness is dominated by hair transplantation because it alone can really bring visible and natural cosmetic improvement.. This technique of hair transplantation (or technique called by hair implant) in women is the same one used in men.
The Different Types Of Female Androgenetic Alopecia
The definitive correction of female androgenetic alopecia requires a hair implantation adapted to the recognized stages. It will also be treated medically, after a transplant session, to normalize the still persistent hair loss.
Hair examinations and in particular the multifactorial classification of Naturel Hair Turkey allow to accurately diagnose each type of female alopecia and to establish medical treatment.
This classification uses multiple parameters:
- Measurement of bald and hairy surfaces
- Flexibility and thickness of the scalp
- Growth rate and hair color
- Density, diameter, shape and length of the rod
There are clinically three stages of androgenetic alopecia:
- Stage 1: moderate lightening on the top of the head respecting the frontal border.
- Stage 2: fringe alopecia with short hair and located 1 cm behind the front line.
- Stage 3: almost complete loss of hair with retention of a thin band of hair at the forehead.