Hair Loss Treatment For Women

Hair loss for women can be devastating and it’s more common than you think. You’re not alone. Over 60% of our patients are women. Natural, Safe Hair Restoration. 100% Guaranteed. Thickening programs or one day wonders.

Hair loss for women can be treated with Hair Transplants Melbourne specialized treatments and growth programs.  Our treatments include the following:

• Eyebrow transplantation with FUE or FUT

Hair transplantation with FUE or FUT

• LED therapy (powerful light to thicken hair)

• PRP (with dermapen microneedling)

Also Thicker Eyelashes readily available.   CALL for an appointment on 9370 1917

Female Pattern hair loss normally shows up behind the hairline towards the front or the crown. Hair Loss for women is a worrying discovery and not well accepted. Causes are;  genetic, hormones, stress, and prolonged illness.



“Unfortunately some women lose their hair and at the same time a lot of self esteem and confidence. This usually occurs at the front and in the middle of the scalp but can occur along the hairline and corners and even the crown. Sometimes this runs in families but it can occur in an unlucky individual. Women can part their hair a little to the side and mask the thinning area for a long while but eventually this becomes very difficult and people can easily recognize the hair loss. Fortunately, the hair loss process can be dramatically slowed-down by medication and clinic natural therapies including LED (light) and PRP (patient rich plasma) and the hair loss replaced by a procedure.  One day spent at the clinic and the hair can be restored if that is what is required. Transplants grow naturally and normally as they are your own hair follicles re-located from the back of the head one by one and placed into the thinning area matching the exact angle and direction of the original hair. This means that as the buried hair follicle (root) regrows, it looks totally natural.  It’s a meticulous and artistic process but well worth the lifetime of confidence it brings.”