Women who are experiencing hair loss commonly consult specialists at Seneca about the causes of their hair loss as well as the best course of action.

A change in a woman's hair pattern frequently affects her self-esteem, but more critically, it frequently signals health problems that need to be addressed. 

Numerous variables, such as stress, nutrition, lifestyle, heredity, age, and environment, can cause hair loss in women. Hormonal changes are another important cause causing hair loss. For instance, following menopause, 40% of women report their hair is thinning. 

The two main subtypes of alopecia—the medical name for hair loss—are scarring and non-scarring.  

The type of alopecia that causes the production of scar tissue is known as scarring alopecia. Lichen, Lupus Erythematosus, Neoplasms, Trauma, Trichotillomania, etc. are a few examples of this category.  

Non-scarring alopecia is a type of hair loss in which there are no visible scars. Androgenetic alopecia, diffuse alopecia (which can be brought on by medications, endocrinopathies, etc.), alopecia areata (an autoimmune disorder), etc. are a few instances of this category.  

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The female version of a Hair transplant

Although most hair transplant advertisements target men, women may also experience hair loss and long for healthy, thick, and glossy hair.  

When it comes to expressing their femininity, women often find pride and confidence in their hair. But what occurs when hair thinning and hair loss are visible? 

Seneca has the most effective, personalized hair loss treatment approach that also offers women a better option.  

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Treatments and hair transplant

Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial in the case of hair loss, as they are for the majority of health concerns we deal with in our lives, in order to avoid further loss and stimulate hair regrowth before you decide to have hair transplantation. 

The diagnosis of the cause influences the treatment modality selection. The course of treatment may include so-called conservative measures including topical creams, shampoos, vitamins, and autologous mesotherapy, depending on the situation (PRP). 

It is important to keep in mind that none of the aforementioned treatments will entirely stop hair loss; instead, they will just momentarily delay it. Hair transplantation, which neither reverses nor interferes with other treatments, is the only successful treatment for this.  

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Hair transplant with Direct FUE at Seneca

The Direct Fue hair transplantation technique, which we developed at Seneca, involves removing hair follicles from the donor area (the back and sides of the scalp, or the zone of permanent hair), and implanting each one individually in the affected area (the recipient zone), after determining the direction, depth, and angle.  

Only licensed physicians who follow stringent quality standards, such as the Total Care System we established at Seneca after 35 years of hair transplant experience are permitted to execute the treatment under local anaesthetic.

The hair follicles develop naturally and go through their typical life cycle once they are in the proper place.  

Hair transplant with a 100% natural result

A successful hair transplant and a completely natural outcome that will last a lifetime depend on personalized care.

This is done in accordance with medical guidelines, the shape of the patient's face, their needs, their age, and their expectations. Using a specially made disposable tool, the hair follicles are hand-selected and retrieved one by one from the donor location.  

 The Hypothermosol® preservation solution and precise low temperature are then maintained for the hair follicles, enhancing their growth after the implantation. The grafts are not divided or sliced. We obtain the highest growth rate with the least amount of handling. 

Finally, without needing to make holes, hair follicles are implanted directly into the afflicted area using the Implanter, a tool with a diameter of 1mm or less.  


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Live the change with the hair transplant 

A hair transplant takes 4-6 hours and is practically painless with the use of local anesthesia. A growing number of women are choosing hair transplants, thanks to advancements in technology and machinery and ongoing information and understanding on the subject. 

Seneca's clinics, which focus on hair loss diagnosis and treatment, offer clients the chance to speak with trained consultants so that they can have a proper diagnosis for their hair loss and then a personalized treatment plan that meets their needs and preferences. Furthermore, they get the post-operative care they need to ensure a 100% natural result. 

Seneca Medical Group has invested in innovative diagnostic systems and hair loss treatment systems with the aim of providing a definitive solution to the problem of hair loss in both men and women. Book your appointment now in one of our clinics in Glasgow or Edinburgh for a diagnosis and enjoy the hair you have always dreamed of! 



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