At The Treatment Rooms, we are aware that hair loss in women can severely affect confidence and self-image. It is an issue which is very common, with as many as one in three females experiencing hair loss as some point in their life. It is particularly common after pregnancy and during menopause.
There are many causes of hair loss, so establishing the correct diagnosis at an early stage is very important for treatment. As with male hair loss, androgenic alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss in women. However, the pattern in which balding occurs in women is different, as described below:
- Thinning, with more thinning at the back of the scalp
- Thinning, with more thinning at the front of the scalp
- Thinning at the front as above but with frontal hairline receding
Depending on the cause, female hair loss can be either temporary or permanent. We therefore advise that you see us at The Treatment Rooms without delay, so we can fully explore your hair loss and how it is effecting you.
As part of our thorough assessment we will investigate possible causes for your hair loss and advise on lifestyle changes and treatments which may help reverse or reduce temporary hair loss.
At The Treatment Rooms, our focus is on creating treatments plans which take into account your long-term goals for your hair. This is most important when considering permanent female hair loss. Our doctors work closely with specialist trichologists to advise on treatments that will help reduce the effects of balding.
Hair restoration surgery can be used to improve your cosmetic image in female hair loss. Using our latest FUE surgical techniques we can replenish hair lines, hair partitions or focal areas where the thinning is most established. The procedure is associated with minimal downtime and specific shaving techniques provide you with additional discretion.
For a holistic approach to your hair loss, we advise that you contact us for a consultation to have you looking and feeling great as soon as possible.