Female Fut Hair Transplant Surgery Before After Photos

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Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration Patient ANJ came to Bernstein Medical for hair restoration with thinning at the frontal hairline and red hair with a slight wave. Patient ANJ had one hair transplant session of 1,745 follicular unit grafts. Her results photos were taken exactly one year after her procedure.


Overview:

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Before / After:


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Before Hair Transplant


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After One Hair Transplant



Detail of Hairline:

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Before Transplant


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Result After 1st Session


Top View:

Steps in hairline design and recipient site creation.

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Before Hair Transplant


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Position of Hairline


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Scalp After Graft Placement


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Results After 1 Year



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Nano123

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As a woman, I would like to know how to determine if a female is a good candidate for a hair transplant.

Is it true that not all females are good candidates?

Also: how does one maintain what one has after the transplant? Is minoxidil necessary?
 
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Bernstein Medical

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As a woman, I would like to know how to determine if a female is a good candidate for a hair transplant.

Is it true that not all females are good candidates?

Also: how does one maintain what one has after the transplant? Is minoxidil necessary?


Great questions. It is important for women to have a comprehensive diagnostic examination to properly diagnose the cause or causes of hair loss. That will help determine if they are a good candidate for surgical hair restoration. And yes, it is true that not all women (nor men) are good candidates for hair transplant surgery. I recommend scheduling a hair loss consult with a board certified physician to determine if you are a candidate. There are a few key factors the doctor will need to consider. In this video, Dr. Wolfeld explains what makes a woman a good candidate for a hair transplant. https://goo.gl/xcbckc

Medical treatment can help stall the process of further hair loss for hairs that are genetically susceptible to miniaturization. Medication is not necessary for the transplanted hair to grow.

Below, I’ve included some related links on our website that might be of use as resources in your hair restoration journey:

Hair Transplant Candidacy Page: https://goo.gl/y4geSS
Women’s FAQ Page: https://goo.gl/gQYE2R
Women’s Hair Loss Treatment Page: https://goo.gl/a3cGmn
Women’s Hair Loss Answers Page: https://goo.gl/iuHJa9
Miniaturization in Hair Loss: https://goo.gl/VUz6qD

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact our office. We would be happy to help.
 
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