If you were born with a high hairline, or your hair is thinning and exposing your forehead, you are not alone. Dr. Harris performs state-of-the-art hairline transplants for women at the Hair Sciences Center. You have come to the right place.
Many women undergo hairline transplant surgery to restore their hair. Causes of hair loss in women tend to be primarily genetic, but can include hormonal changes or other medical conditions. Dr. Harris will evaluate the causes of your hair loss and determine if hairline restoration is right for you.
To achieve the most realistic results when performing a hairline transplant, Dr. Harris first evaluates your unique circumstance, weighing several factors during your initial consultation. Schedule a free consultation with Dr. Harris today. His findings will inform a hairline plan designed specifically for you. These factors include:
The goal is to restore your hairline, as far as possible, to its natural state before loss began. The restoration looks natural because it is, in fact, not a line at all. Dr. Harris expertly harvests individual follicular units consisting of between one and four hairs. He then separates out the extracted hair follicles and divides them into units comprised of 1, 2, 3 or 4 hairs. He then transplants fine solitary hairs that mimic your head’s natural patterning. These gradually transition into fuller, thicker grafts that are blended into the hairline. This creates a natural pattern that makes it impossible to distinguish between the existing and transplanted hairs. This pursuit of perfection results in hairline restoration for women brought to the level of fine art.
Dr. Harris is an internationally recognized, award-winning physician specializing in hairline restoration. He is renowned for his ability to blend science and art to create extremely natural, undetectable hairline restoration results for his patients. In fact, it is this attention to detail and artistry that sets him apart.
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