Women's Hair Loss - How Do I Get Help?

Women's Hair Loss | Women's Hair Loss FAQ

The best advice for women with hair loss is to start by purchasing a bottle of Rogaine 2% for women. If you have a tendency toward dandruff or a dry scalp, Rogaine 2% would not be a good alternative because the alcohol content can further dry your scalp.

If you are able to use Rogaine for women it should be applied twice a day directly to the scalp with the dropper in the thinning area. If you are not sure of what to do or what the problem may be, it would be a good idea to pay a visit to your family physician. By taking the time to see your local physician, he or she can answer a lot of initial questions you may have.

Women who have female pattern baldness (general thinning of scalp hair), Alopecia Acriata (spotty hair loss), tricholaminia (excessive hair pulling), and/or traction alopecia are all individuals who would be a good candidate for hair transplant surgery. Dr. Koher offers a complimentary consultation to discuss what your best options might be. Dr. Grant Koher

Hair restoration surgery is now done with large numbers of smaller grafts that are placed very close together as to give the greatest thickness to an area. This technique allows for most natural result as being undetectable to the human eye.