Hair Loss in Women
It’s time to love
your hair again.
Your hair loss is not a lost cause.
If your once lush, beautiful hair is now thinning, it can cause embarrassment, self-consciousness, and even anxiety. Your confidence seems to wane in direct proportion to each hair lost. Feeling less attractive by the day can negatively impact your love life, your career, even your sense of self worth. Fortunately, highly effective modern options now exist to treat hair loss in women, and they are all under one roof at West+Bond.
We are revolutionizing hair restoration using state-of-the-art medical science, minimally invasive robotic hair technology and a comprehensive suite of high-touch services we call Complete Care, to create an amazing journey of stylistic transformation centered on you. Our patented Harris Protocol and robotic technology now allows you to grow back hair naturally, with no pain, no visible scarring, and undetectable results. Ask the doctor a question about your unique circumstances. You will receive a personalized, expert response.
New technology means more options for women, minimal down time and exceptional results.
At West+Bond we are dedicated to helping more women gain back the hair they love. Our Medical Director, Dr. James Harris, was the lead consulting physician on the development of the ARTAS robotic transplant system and is a world-renowned expert on hair loss in women. He has personally trained our surgeons in the unique nuances and technical aspects of hair restoration for women. Our in-house hair stylists work in conjunction with our physicians to further your transformation.
Surgery may be the answer. But other options could be right for you.
We’ll evaluate your unique situation and discuss every possibility. Solutions and options for female pattern loss include the following:
Hair loss is different for women than it is for men.
Female pattern hair loss is unique, and that’s why you want to make sure your surgeon is trained to help you make the best decisions. The management of female hair loss requires significant expertise in both diagnosis and treatment, and it is a mistake for a physician to assume that hair loss in women can be treated or diagnosed the same way it is in men. Hair loss in women is usually a gradual process, with the rate accelerating at menopause. It is also more easily affected by hormonal changes, medical conditions, and external factors. Stress may play a role in women experiencing hair loss, but this is usually temporary and reversible.
Ready to learn more? Come in to our sleek yet welcoming the clinic. We will evaluate you for all possible causes of hair loss before any surgical or medical treatment is considered.