For Men & Women

Over 40 million men suffer from hair loss, 40% of men have noticeable hair loss by age 35 and 65% by age 60.
For many men, hair loss is inevitable. It is a hereditary condition that increases with age. These genes may be passed from either the maternal or paternal side.

Approximately 21 million women suffer from hair loss, 40% of women have noticeable hair loss by age 40.
The reasons for hair loss in women often have to do with heredity. Other reasons include hormonal changes, stress, illness, and poor nutrition.

Surgical Hair Transplantation for Women

The transformation in the appearance of a woman who has had a hair transplant can be quite dramatic, even after only two sessions. For most women, two or three sessions are required to achieve optimal results.
It is generally a well-accepted fact that women are usually much more devastated by their hair loss than men, because it is not socially accepted for a woman to have less than a “full head of hair.” It is very gratifying to restore the “fullness” to the hair of such patients.