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Baltimore female hair transplants for hair loss in women

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Maryland hair transplant patients looking for a solution to hair loss don't always have to be men. More and more women are getting hair transplants these days, and the results are just as good as men. Hair transplants for Baltimore women can utilize the same technique as those in men. This includes the strip method as well as the scarless option with follicular unit extraction or FUE technique. The survival of the hair grafts is about 90% with the final results seen in about 1 year. For the hair transplant, the hair is harvested from the back of the scalp and then placed one by one into the recipient sites to cover the area of hair loss. The entire procedure can be done in several hours under local anesthesia only!

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Hair loss in women is classified into 3 stages: Ludwig I, II, and III. Typically, women with stages 2-3 are good candidates for a hair transplant. For those women with stage I hair loss, the iGrowHair laser has shown some promise. So, if you are a woman in the Baltimore, Maryland are looking for a solution to your hair loss, look no further than your local Baltimore hair transplant specialist!



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