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Hair Transplant For Women

A unique non-surgical method with a 95% hair engraftment rate.

We've brought smiles to over 500 women


2500 grafts

Woman, 41 years old, FUE + DHI, 2 PRP procedures, result in 12 months

5500 grafts

Woman, 34 years old, FUE + DHI, 4 PRP procedures, result in 12 months

1500 grafts

Woman, 34 years old, FUE + DHI, 4 PRP procedures, result in 12 months

3000 grafts

Woman, 31 years old, FUE + DHI, result in 12 months.

2500 grafts

Woman, 49 years old, FUE + DHI, 1 PRP procedures, result in 12 months.

2500 grafts

Woman, 27 years old, FUE + DHI, 1 PRP procedure, result in 12 months

2500 grafts

Woman, 33 years old, FUE + DHI, 1 PRP procedures, result in 12 months

2500 grafts

Woman, 35 years old, FUE + DHI, 1 PRP procedures, result in 12 months

2500 grafts

Woman, 35 years old, FUE + DHI, 1 PRP procedures, result in 12 months

How it Works

During this initial stage, the patient discusses their concerns and expectations with the doctor. The medical professional assesses the patient's health history, evaluates the current condition of the hair and scalp, explains how the surgery will proceed

Prior to surgery, a comprehensive blood test is carried out to ensure the patient's health and safety. This analysis checks for any underlying conditions or anomalies that could affect the procedure or the patient's ability to heal post-operation.

A crucial step in achieving natural-looking results, hairline design involves mapping out the area where the new hairs will be transplanted. This is done with precision and according to the patient's facial structure to ensure a balanced and aesthetically pleasing outcome.

This process involves trimming the hair in the donor area, usually at the back or sides of the head, where hair follicles will be extracted. Shaving allows for better visibility and precision during the extraction phase.

To ensure the patient experiences minimal discomfort during the procedure, local anesthesia is administered to the scalp. This numbs the donor and recipient areas, making the process virtually pain-free.

To ensure the patient experiences minimal discomfort during the procedure, local anesthesia is administered to the scalp. This numbs the donor and recipient areas, making the process virtually pain-free.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) involves individually extracting hair follicles from the donor area using a specialized tool. This method minimizes scarring and enhances the possibility of a natural-looking result.
Depending on the duration of the procedure, a break for lunch is often given. This allows the patient to rest, replenish energy, and mentally prepare for the second half of the process.
The Direct Hair Implantation (DHI) technique involves implanting each hair follicle directly into the scalp without prior creation of holes or slits. This minimizes trauma to the scalp, allowing for denser packing and a quicker healing process.

On the second day, the doctor reviews the initial results of the surgery. This involves inspecting the transplanted area for signs of proper healing, ensuring the grafts are securely in place, and evaluating any immediate side effects.

Washing your head after a hair transplant is essential for several reasons. This reduces the risk of infection and helps in keeping the scalp healthy. Secondly, washing can help to remove crusts that form around the transplanted hair follicles, preventing them from becoming too hard or thick, which could potentially damage the newly implanted grafts.

Patients are provided with comprehensive aftercare instructions. This includes details about how to wash and care for the hair, activities to avoid, signs of complications to watch for, and tips for promoting optimal healing and growth.

The doctor will prescribe certain medications to help manage pain, reduce inflammation, and prevent infection. These typically include analgesics and antibiotics. Ensuring the patient understands the dosage and timing is crucial.

Before and after hair transplant


After 3 days

After 3 months

The patient is undergoing a hair transplant procedure targeted at the hairline area of the forehead, in response to a receding hairline that has resulted in a more prominent forehead appearance.

Three Days Later: As the healing process begins, you can observe tiny grafts emerging amidst the initial redness of her scalp, a testament to the successful hair transplant procedure.

Three Months Later: An impressive transformation is evident with the emergence of fresh, robust hair growth, showcasing the remarkable effectiveness of the hair transplant, and breathing newfound confidence in her appearance.

Female Pattern Baldness

Female pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia in women, is often measured using the Ludwig Scale. This scale was created by Dr. O. Ludwig and is still widely employed today.

  • At this initial stage, hair loss is usually limited to a slight thinning that occurs primarily on the top of the head. The frontal hairline remains intact and the thinning may not be noticeable to others.
  • In the second stage, hair loss is more pronounced with obvious thinning areas. The scalp may start to show, but most women at this stage can still cover their hair loss effectively.
  • This stage is the most severe form of female pattern baldness. The hair loss at this point is so pronounced that the top of the scalp may appear nearly bald or show through the remaining hair.

Note: It’s important to note that these stages are only a general guide, and not all cases of hair loss fit neatly into these categories. There are many different types and causes of hair loss, and the severity and progression of the condition can vary widely from person to person.

The Main Causes Of Hair Loss In Women

Androgenetic Alopecia

Androgenetic Alopecia

This is the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women. In women, hair generally thins all over the head, but the frontal hairline is usually preserved. The cause is a combination of genetic predisposition and an excess of certain hormones.

Traction Alopecia

Traction Alopecia

Resulting from hairstyles that pull tightly on the hair, such as braids or ponytails, this type of hair loss usually affects the hairline. The consistent pulling damages the hair follicles, potentially leading to permanent hair loss.

Telogen Effluvium

Telogen Effluvium

This form of hair loss is usually temporary and is often due to a shock or stressor such as severe illness, childbirth, medication, or drastic weight loss, causing hair to prematurely enter the shedding phase.

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata

This autoimmune disorder results in unpredictable, patchy hair loss when the immune system mistakenly attacks hair follicles. It can affect hair on the scalp or other parts of the body and can progress to total hair loss.

Nutritional Deficiencies

Nutritional Deficiencies

Lack of key nutrients like iron, vitamin D, and protein can affect hair health. Hair loss due to malnutrition is often diffuse, meaning it affects the entire scalp rather than just certain areas.

Hormonal Changes

Hormonal Changes

Changes in hormone levels during menopause, or conditions like Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and thyroid disorders can trigger hair loss. Hormonal hair loss is often temporary and can resolve once the hormonal imbalance is treated.



Certain drugs, including chemotherapy drugs, blood thinners, and certain types of birth control, can cause temporary hair loss as a side effect.

Medical Conditions


Certain diseases like lupus and diabetes can cause hair loss, usually due to the body’s immune response or a disruption to the normal hair growth cycle.

If you notice significant hair loss, you should seek professional help. We are fully equipped to provide comprehensive evaluations and advice. While we primarily focus on hair transplant procedures, we are committed to helping you understand the root cause of your hair loss to determine if a hair transplant is the best solution for your specific condition.

Transplantation Is Performed By Experienced Transplant Physicians



Hair Transplant Surgeon


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Surgical Technician


The moved hair follicles are usually genetically impervious to the hormone that instigates hair loss, meaning they should persist in growing in the transplanted area.

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Consultation: Prior to the procedure, you will need to have a consultation with a qualified surgeon. The surgeon will assess your hair loss, review your medical history, discuss your expectations and concerns, and provide an informed opinion about whether a hair transplant is suitable for you. Realistic

Expectations: While hair transplants can significantly improve the appearance of thinning or balding hair, the results may not completely restore a full head of hair. The thickness of your hair after the procedure will depend on the density of follicles in the donor site and the overall condition of your hair and scalp.

Recovery time: Hair transplants require a certain amount of recovery time, during which you may experience swelling, pain, and redness. You should discuss the expected recovery time with the doctor.

Risks and complications: All surgical procedures carry some risks and it is important to understand the possible complications of a hair transplant, such as infection, or rejection of the transplanted hair.

The transplanted hair follicles maintain their genetic resistance to balding, even when they are relocated, meaning that the hair growth from these transplants is generally permanent. Once the hair follicles have been successfully transplanted and the scalp has healed, the transplanted hairs will continue to grow as they did in their original location.

While it's true that men are the most common candidates for hair transplant procedures due to male pattern baldness, women can also experience significant hair loss and might benefit from these procedures. The types of hair loss in women that might be treated with hair transplantation include:

Androgenetic alopecia: This is a common form of hair loss in both men and women, also known as female pattern hair loss. In women, the hair becomes thin all over the head.

Traction alopecia: This type of hair loss is caused by hairstyles that pull on the hair over time, causing damage to the hair follicles. And other diseases

This list is not exhaustive, and it is extremely important to discuss with your surgeon all the medications, vitamins, and supplements you are currently taking.
Smoking and alcohol can negatively impact the healing process, so it's typically recommended to stop or reduce consumption for a period before and after the surgery.
Blood Thinners: Medications like aspirin, warfarin (Coumadin), clopidogrel (Plavix), and other anticoagulants. These can increase the risk of bleeding during surgery.
Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs: These include medications like ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), naproxen (Aleve), and others. NSAIDs can also increase bleeding risk.
Certain Vitamins and Supplements: High doses of Vitamin E, Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil), and herbal supplements like ginkgo biloba and ginseng may also increase the risk of bleeding.
Certain Antidepressants: Some types of antidepressants, like selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), can increase bleeding risk.
Medications that Interfere with Anesthesia: Some medications, including certain types of recreational drugs, can interact with the anesthesia used during the procedure.

Yes, once transplanted hair has fully healed and grown, it can be styled just like your natural hair. Usually after 3 months. This is one of the significant benefits of hair transplant surgery: the transplanted hair behaves like the rest of your hair because it is your hair.

If the donor hair is significantly limited and the balding area is extensive, achieving high density or full coverage may not be possible in a single procedure. In such cases, the surgeon may recommend multiple transplant sessions, spaced 10 months apart, to gradually increase the density as much as possible.

The procedure of transplantation, its duration depends on individual features of a person and on the volume of transplanted grafts and makes from 6 to 8 hours during one day.

Uncontrolled medical conditions like diabetes or heart disease.

Active scalp infections or conditions like psoriasis.

Insufficient healthy hair in the donor area for transplantation.
Certain types of alopecia or scarring alopecia.
Smoking and chronic alcohol use, as they can interfere with healing.
Unrealistic expectations about the results of the procedure.

Sun Exposure: Avoid direct sun exposure for the first few weeks, and when you do go out, wear a hat.
Physical Trauma: Avoid activities that might injure your scalp.
Chemicals: Don't use harsh chemicals, like hair dye.
Heat: Avoid saunas, steam rooms, and hot showers.
Scratching/Picking: Don't scratch or pick at the healing area.
Alcohol and Smoking: Both can slow healing and should be avoided.

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