Womens Hair Loss, Male hair loss(3)
Womens Hair Loss
Womens Hair Loss
Hair loss can be particularly devastating to women. Whilst male hair loss is seen as inevitable for a large proportion of men in the community, female hair loss is far less common and therefore less culturally acceptable, which only adds to the stigma for those experiencing it. In many cases the damage to a woman’s self-confidence can affect her whole quality of life.
As a general rule female hair loss is quite different to male hair loss. Females experience a thinning out of mid scalp and crown hair and usually retain their frontal hairline. Due to the different hair loss pattern and reproductive concerns, treatments suitable for men are not always safe and effective for women.
With this in mind, improvements in hair transplantation techniques have meant that we can now reassess female patients who in the past would have been rejected as unsuitable for the procedure. The new techniques have allowed us to:
The National Hair Institute has treated and advised women with hair loss for many years and in some cases hair transplantation may not be the best treatment option. A consultation with our doctor will allow him to assess your current status, seek pathology tests and advise you of a treatment program that takes into account your current and future hair lossFor information on the Medicare Safety Net and your individual circumstances please contact Medicare directly on 132 011 or for the Medicare Safety Net website. The Medicare item number for female hair loss is 45560. This rebate does not apply to male hair loss sufferers under any circumstances.
Client’s Hair Transplant Transformation
I felt confident about going ahead with a transplant because of their professional and caring approach,and now I’m very happy with my thicker, normallooking hair. The transplant is growing longer and stronger and blends in naturally as though it was always there. It is a great confidence booster and I couldn’t be more pleased with the result.
Client Christine Rowe has in her own words, gone through a “transformation”. Christine had endured thin hair since her teen years.
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