Melbourne’s Hair Loss Treatment for Women

Hair Loss Help for Women

Melbourne’s Hair Loss Treatment for Female Clients

Take the first step in gaining back your confidence. If you are a female experiencing the first signs of balding or thinning, we strongly suggest you seek advice from a Hairlogica restoration specialist as soon as possible. We have numerous options available to assist you in the treatment of your condition.

The good news is that in most cases, we can very effectively treat female hair loss in our Melbourne clinic. Loss can be caused by a number of factors, including stress, childbirth, or illness. In these circumstances, a healthy diet and exercise can help result in regrowth in about three to six months.

An effective solution to a common problem

More than 55% of women will experience varying degrees of hair loss called pattern baldness (also known as androgenetic alopecia), which is caused by a hormone imbalance.

If you are a woman who is worried about this condition, you should consult our team for evaluation and diagnosis.

Diagnosis and treatment for females

For many different reasons, self-diagnosing yourself with a condition is not recommended. This is predominately due to the fact that women tend to have less noticeable symptoms of balding or thinning and non-pattern conditions are more frequent in females than in males.

However, men and women are similar in that the usual reason for scalp hairloss is androgenetic alopecia. This inherited condition causes the follicles to have greater sensitivity to androgens, or male hormones. Despite this, it is uncommon for women to experience the same patterns of balding as men do.

Hairlogica outlines that patterns of female this condition 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.

Unlike the case for men, a thinning scalp in women due to androgenetic alopecia does not uniformly grow smaller in diameter (miniaturise). They instead tend to have miniaturising hair of variable diameter over all affected areas of the scalp. Although the condition can often include this element, the miniaturisation of hair is not an inherent indicator of androgenetic alopecia as it can easily be the result of outlying causes. For example, females often find that their hair may start to thin as they enter the post-menopausal stage, therefore this effect does not lend itself solely to the condition.

The precise diagnosis for female hair loss treatment should be made by a specialist at our Melbourne clinic.

Get results in our clinic

Here at Hairlogica, we offer effective treatment solutions that can help to restore your confidence. From laser treatments to replacements and transplants, we will assess your situation in order to offer the best solution for your needs.

If you would like to learn more about female hair loss treatment in Melbourne, or options that are available for men, please get in touch with us today.