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I just started going here because of excessive hair loss. Miss Jacqueline worked with me and after just a couple weeks, my hair stylist saw new hair growth! Jacqueline is always incredibly nice and professional. Every time I've had a question, she has answered it completely, explaining the medical science behind why it works. She is amazing! She has been helpful on my road to stopping hair loss and I appreciate her!
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When I came to the Hair Trauma Center I was losing a lot of hair everyday. I was really alarmed. Jacqueline analysed my hair and scalp and started me on a treatment plan. In a matter of weeks, my hair stopped falling out. My hair is now growing back full and strong. I am so glad I found the Hair Trauma Center!
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Every Strand Matters
I noticed that the top of my head was getting thinner and just like my mother's; this really bothered me. So I looked online and found the Hair Trauma Center. I gave them a call; when I spoke to Jacqueline, she really had a lot of knowledge about my type of hair loss. I came in and Jacqueline started my treatments, now my hair is growing in again. If you have hair loss, don't wait, it will just get worse. Jacqueline really helped me, and she can help you too.
My co-worker was coming to Jacqueline to grow her hair back. I watched her progressand now her edges have grown back. I started going to Jacqueline and my hair has the length and fullness I have not had in a long time. I call Jacqueline my "Hair Angel"
HAIR LOSS IN WOMEN
Women face a special type of hair loss, so it’s no wonder a unique solution is needed. Unlike male pattern baldness, female hair loss occurs in a more diffuse manner that is sometimes harder to detect. With an estimated 20-30 million women affected by hair loss in the United States alone, physicians are increasingly developing technologies and treatment protocols exclusively designed to help women overcome the personal, social, and professional setbacks caused by this traumatic condition.
I am here to help. Jacqueline provides hair loss sufferers with top hair restoration solutions through evaluation and treatment The Hair Trauma Center offers the best and most viable options for women to address their thinning hair. Low-level light therapy (LLLT) provides an alternative for women battling hair thinning that is non-invasive, relatively inexpensive, and efficient to use.
Explore the resources below to learn more about female hair loss, treatment options, and how to choose a treatment protocol that will help you achieve a more youthful, beautiful, and natural head of hair.
Understanding Hair Loss in Women
Hair loss in women can begin at any age, even in teenage years. It may begin slowly and can thin gradually over the scalp at an unnoticeable rate. At times it may be temporary due to a hormonal changes or stress, but other times it could be more permanent, as in cases of hereditary baldness.
In order to effectively restore your hair, it is vital to first understand why hair loss is occurring. Causes of hair loss in women range from genetics to stress, thyroid problems, hormonal changes, traction alopecia, and chemical processing. We urge women to consult with a physician specializing in hair restoration for evaluation and diagnosis. Once an underlying illness is ruled out, in most cases, hair restoration physicians will recommend low-level light therapy as a favorable option for women.
Treatment Options for Female Hair Loss
Traditionally, women have had few viable options to reverse the signs of hair loss. The most popular include the following:
Minoxidil (Rogaine®) is a topical solution that has been prescribed for application twice a day. This is not a very favorable option for many because it only aims to treat the part, and is a messy application process, akin to dying hair at the roots.
Finasteride (generic name for Propecia®), which is a treatment option for men, is not approved for use by women as it has been shown to cause birth defects in children.
Hair transplant surgery is a more expensive but often permanent treatment for female hair loss. If the idea of surgery makes you feel uneasy, you are not alone. Many women hesitate to engage in hair transplant surgery due to the nature of the procedure and the post operative healing process it entails.
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a sound science that has long been used in various medical fields. Today, devices like the Hair Trauma Center - HTC LaserCap® are available to help treat hair loss.
Hair Loss Patterns in Women: Ludwig Classification-
Female pattern baldness progresses in a pattern that is very different from men. Balding or thinning hair in women usually occurs over the entire top of the head whereas men lose their hair in isolated areas like the crown and temple. Genetics play a key role in male hair loss. Other precipitating factors such as hormones can be responsible for the loss of hair in women.
The most common cause of hair loss in women is androgenetic alopecia, which is a hereditary condition. Unlike androgenetic alopecia in men, female pattern baldness rarely results in complete hair loss. Patterns of androgenetic alopecia hair loss in women can vary widely but usually include a diffuse thinning over the entire scalp with variations of areas of more noticeable thinning towards the back, front, and frontal hairline.
Visualize it. Refer to the Ludwig Classification below, a diagram that hair loss professionals use to chart the progression of female pattern baldness.
A Simple Option for Treating Hair Loss-
Do you find yourself styling your hair differently to try to conceal an increasingly wider part? Do you spend hours fluffing your hair in front of the mirror to give more volume to your thinning hair? Are you afraid of washing and styling your hair too much for fear that more hair will fall out? Do you find more and more hairs on your brush after combing? If so, you are not alone.
Millions of women across the world—over 30 million in the United States alone—battle hair loss and feel unjustly ashamed by it. You don’t have to put up with thinning hair anymore. Contact Jacqueline today to receive a personalized hair loss diagnosis and treatment recommendation at or call (312)729-5043 for an appointment.