No Need To Suffer Female Hair Loss In Silence

POSTED: 01 August 2012

When people think of hair loss, they typically conjure up images of men. However, some women also suffer from this problem and it can be particularly distressing for them. After all, luscious locks are often considered to be an integral part of the female image, so losing hair can decimate ladies’ confidence.

The important thing is not to suffer in silence. If your hair is thinning, there may be options available to you that can address the issue and boost your self-esteem. For example, you might be a suitable candidate for hair replacement.

In good company

It’s important that you realise you’re by no means alone. More women than you realise may experience thinning locks. Indeed, international style symbol Naomi Campbell recently showed she has a receding hairline.

She was snapped on holiday in Ibiza and areas of exposed scalp could be seen. It’s believed that the 42-year-old supermodel has traction alopecia, which is caused by the use of hair extensions. It occurs when the extensions pull the natural hair, causing it to break.

Damage may be permanent

Commenting on the issue, hair extensions expert Tatiana Karelina said: “The interesting thing to note is that traction alopecia doesn’t progress like other hair diseases. At the initial stages it is reversible but prolonged tension may destroy the hair follicles and will not re-grow under any circumstances.

“It is unclear from the pictures if Naomi’s condition is permanent but given the time that has passed since she was first spotted with this condition it is more than likely that the damage she has suffered is permanent.”

Getting the right treatment

It’s important to discover the cause of female hair loss. There may be underlying health problems that are behind the phenomenon and it is crucial to get to the bottom of these and access the appropriate treatments if necessary.

Meanwhile, depending on the details of your particular case, it may be possible for you to benefit from a female hair transplant. Here at the Crown Clinic we are experts when it comes to procedures like this and may be perfectly placed to help you.

An honest approach

When you come to us for assistance, you can be sure you will benefit from honest answers to your questions. While these surgical procedures can work for many women and the rate of success is high, not all ladies are good candidates for hair transplantation.

We will give you as realistic a picture as possible concerning the type of result you can expect from your treatment.

A new lease of life

If you are considered to be a good candidate for the treatment and you go ahead, you may find that you enjoy a whole new lease of life. Female hair loss can have a massive impact on your day-to-day activities and once your locks are thicker, you may lose much of your self-consciousness and benefit from a renewed sense of confidence. In many ways, having your hair restored can provide you with a fresh and brighter outlook.

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