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Women’s Hair Loss

Women's Hair LossPRP; Fibromatrix + Dermapen
PRP; Fibromatrix + Dermapen + A Cell

PRP is used to slow down, stop, and even reverse hair loss. Patients with Alopecia areata and thinning eyebrows can see amazing benefits from the treatment. Combine treatment with growth factors to improve results.

Five Step Process
1. Blood draw
2. Growth factors separated from blood
3. Scalp is prepared and numbed
4. PRP growth factors injected just beneath scalp
5. Dermapen™ Medical spreads PRP across the scalp Procedure

Causes of Female Hair Loss

Unlike hair loss in men, female hair loss on the scalp may commonly begin at any age through 50 or later and may not have any obvious hereditary association.  Women also tend to have less obvious patterns of hair loss compared to male pattern baldness.

Diagnosis of female hair loss should be made by a trained and experienced physician because there may be other medical factors contributing to the hair loss.  If not other medical factors exist, the most likely cause of scalp hair loss is androgenetic alopecia— an inherited sensitivity to the effects of androgens (male hormones) on scalp hair follicles. However, women with hair loss due to this cause, usually do not develop true baldness in the same patterns that occur in men.  Patterns of female androgenetic alopecia can vary considerably in appearance.

Patterns that may occur include:

  • Diffuse thinning of hair over the entire scalp, often with more noticeable thinning toward the back of the scalp.
  • Diffuse thinning over the entire scalp, with more noticeable thinning toward the front of the scalp but not involving the frontal hairline.
  • Diffuse thinning over the entire scalp, with more noticeable thinning toward the front of the scalp, involving and sometimes breaching the frontal hairline.

Women with androgenetic alopecia tend to have miniaturizing hairs of variable diameter over all affected areas of the scalp. While miniaturizing hairs are a feature of androgenetic alopecia, miniaturization may also be associated with other causes and is not in itself a diagnostic feature of androgenetic alopecia. In post-menopausal women, for example, hair may begin to miniaturize and become difficult to style. The precise diagnosis should be made by a physician hair restoration specialist.

It is important to note that female pattern hair loss can begin as early as the late teens to early 20s in women who have experienced early puberty. If left untreated, this hair loss associated with early puberty can progress to more advanced hair loss if it is left untreated.

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PRP & PRP Plus ACell

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) & ACell

See significant hair growth when ACell is added to PRP treatments.