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Women’s Hair Loss Solutions

Women's Hair

Though roughly forty percent of hair loss sufferers in the United States are female, the subject of hair loss in women remains taboo. Since early human history, a woman’s hair has been synonymous with her beauty and sexuality. It’s therefore no surprise that the average female hair loss sufferer is apprehensive to address the issue. At Transitions Hair Solutions we aim to change this, one woman at a time. Modern advances in hair replacement and hair restoration technology are making it easier than ever before for women to achieve the look of healthy, naturally growing hair. Before you can being treating your female hair loss, it’s important to first determine the cause.

Female Pattern Hair Loss

Female Pattern Baldness

Female pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia (AGA), is a genetic disorder that cause your hair to thin over time. This type of hair loss in women typically begins to appear in your part, as the condition progresses you will likely begin to notice general thinning throughout your scalp. Luckily most women don’t experience hair line recession making it easier for hair replacement specialists to conceal hair loss and deliver a natural look. The longer female pattern hair loss is left untreated, the more difficult it can be stop the progression. If you, or a loved one, are experiencing advancing female pattern hair loss, we encourage you to contact us today!

Medically Related Hair Loss

Medical Wigs

Hair loss as a result of health complications and medications is also common in women. Thyroid disorders and nutritional deficiencies are just a couple of examples of the many health complications that can lead to women’s hair loss. Drug induced hair loss in women is also a common occurrence. Though chemotherapy is most commonly associate with hair loss there are many other medication that can also lead to hair loss in women including: cholesterol-lowering drugs, blood thinners and antidepressants. Fortunately drug related female hair loss is typically temporary, hair generally begins to grow naturally once the patient is no longer medicated. However, in some cases an individual is required to remain on a given medication indefinitely. In these instances, it’s particularly important to seek the help of hair restoration specialists. With early intervention, we can often stop and even reverse the signs of medically induced hair loss.

Fortunately for women experiencing hair loss as a result of chemotherapy, healthy hair often begins to regrow just a few months after treatment is complete. However, most patients choose to wear a medical grade wig throughout treatment and until the time their hair begins to regrow. At Transitions Hair Solutions we offer a wide variety of the very highest quality medical grade wigs on the market today. Whether you’re seeking a high quality wig made of synthetic hair or 100% natural human, we offer beautiful solutions at a myriad of price points.

Learn more about the most common types of hair loss in both men and women.

Contact Transitions Hair Solutions Today

Whether you’re experiencing female pattern hair loss or hair loss due to other complications, we have the experience and expertise to design a customized treatment plan for your unique needs.  We specialize in women’s hair loss solutions.

As your New Jersey hair replacement specialist we’re here to not only restore your hair but your confidence. Don’t allow your female hair loss to negatively impact your life any longer, schedule your no-obligation consultation today. Discover why we are New Jersey’s leading hair restoration studio!