A female hair transplant is a minimally invasive hair restoration technique performed under the use of local anesthesia which follows a three-step process:
- Hair follicles are extracted from donor regions. A donor region is an area where hair loss does not occur and there is a dense amount of growth; often from the back of the scalp.
- Following the extraction of the hair follicles, grafting of the harvested follicles is undertaken.
- Finally, the hair follicles are implanted into areas of hair loss to regenerate lasting hair growth in problem areas.
The duration of a hair transplant for women depends on how many grafts need to be extracted and transplanted, but generally, it takes 8-10 hours to be completed.
The rapid recovery rates, minimal scarring, natural-looking results, and negligible discomfort following the treatment allow you to get back to normality in no time.