Many women fear going bald
Losing her hair is woman’s nightmare. Thin hair causing the scalp to show through the haircut. Although there are many causes of hair loss in women, the most common one is androgenetic alopecia. This condition is hereditary and occurs in approximately 15% of all women before menopause. As the age progresses, baldness is more common in women. 40% of all women over the age of 70 are affected. At Fue Perfect we have abundant experience in applying hair transplants in women with hair loss and baldness. Our surgeons provide their advice in a clear manner.
Baldness in women can have different causes:
- Hereditary predisposition (androgenetic alopecia)
- Stress (Telogen effluvium)
- Baldness in places (Alopecia areata)
- Baldness in front hairline (frontal fibrosing alopecia)
Our surgeons can diagnose which form is affecting you. They will provide tailor-made advice at the first consultation. If a hair transplant is an option to solve your personal hair loss situation they will indicate this. The treatment can take place in both the Netherlands and Turkey. During your initial consult you can ask the doctors anything: about the treatment, the costs and the aftercare.
First things first: in general, there are few women who have local hair loss. 40% of women in their 40’s and over experience their hair getting thinner but don’t show baldness yet. This is a nuisance and often quite painful because hair determines an important part of a woman’s identity. There are only minor differences between a hair transplant in men and hair transplants in women. When treating women, a hair saving option is usually chosen; the hairs aren’t minimized prior to the treatment. The transplant takes place using a special technique.