Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics Of North America: The treatment of female pattern hair loss and other applications of surgical hair restoration in woman This article discusses the hair restoration options that woman have available.
Hair Transplantation in Women Treating Female Pattern Baldness and Repairing Distortion and Scarring From Prior Cosmetic Surgery.
Eyebrow Transplantation This article is found in Hair Transplant Forum International July/August 2006 – and covers eyebrow transplant procedures.
Options in revision surgical hair restoration. Published in Hair Transplant Forum International.
Hair Restoration Revision Techniques This article is published on HairTransplantINSIDER.com in Articles from The Insider March 1, 2012 and covers techniques for revision hair restoration.
Weekly NY Japan Magazine Article on Hair RestorationRead more
More men and woman are turning to hair restoration surgeons to replenish a fuller, natural looking head of hair. According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery’s 2012 report, ISHRS surgeons performed more than 83,000 scalp hair transplants. Other popular areas receiving hair transplants were the eyebrows (3,670), beard/mustache (1,315), and eyelash (157). If… Read More
Hair loss affects millions of people, both men and women. But have you ever wondered just how many people are dealing with hair loss? Perhaps you’ve wondered if the hair loss you’re dealing with is similar to what other people your age experience or if you’re in a rare crowd.
You know that eating a nutritious diet that contains enough of the macro and micro nutrients you need is a must for your overall health. Certain nutrients are also essential for your hair’s growth and health. While diet alone won’t reverse or stop hair loss due to male or female pattern baldness, it is an important part of maintaining your hair’s health before or after a hair transplant. If you don’t already eat them, try adding the following foods to your diet to give you hair a healthy boost.
It should be well known by now that hair loss isn’t something that only affects men. By the age of 40, around 40 percent of women have some amount of hair loss. The number of women coping with hair loss rises sharply after menopause. It might not be a threat to a woman’s life, but hair loss does have a big impact on a woman’s emotional health and self confidence that can end up impacting a woman’s physical health. Although plenty of people would be happy to sweep the issue of women’s hair loss under a rug, the condition is so life altering that it can’t be ignored.