Women typically don’t have these stable sites wherein balding-resistant hair follicles can be found. Unlike men, women are likely to go bald not just on the top of their head but also on the sides, back and front. All areas of a woman’s head are affected by DHT.
Note also that unlike men, women typically don’t have to deal with receding hairlines. Instead, baldness in women occurs in a more diffuse manner, with uniformly thinning all over the head. In the case of female pattern baldness, the problem is more of how much hair is left on the head than where the baldness is occurring.
At Dermasculpt we specialize in the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss. Our experienced surgeons have seen all kind of indications and complications and hence poised to give best results in over 95% of the patients. Our doctors understand the need to each patient and tailor make the solutions for them not a generalized plan of action.
That said, a small percentage of women (approximately 5%) with baldness problems that can benefit from hair transplant surgery. These women tend to have areas (donor sites) in their head that have healthy hair follicles.
The advantages of getting a hair transplant done are quite obvious: