If you experience hair loss, a hair transplant can restore your hair and confidence. At Humble Dermatology in Humble, Texas, board-certified dermatologist Adaeze Egesi, MD, MBA, can diagnose the reason for your hair loss and help you treat it most effectively, including hair transplant services. Call the office or book an appointment online today to learn more about hair transplants and see if you're a good candidate.
During a hair transplant at Humble Dermatology, your skilled provider Dr. Egesi takes grafts from areas of the body that contain healthy hair. This area is called the donor site. It's usually on your head, at the back of your scalp, where the hair is thickest.
Dr. Egesi then moves the grafts to hairless parts of the scalp. Once the transplanted skin heals, it should continue to grow hair.
A hair transplant may help with permanent hair loss caused by:
In men, androgenic alopecia is often referred to as male pattern baldness and causes a receding hairline and steadily thinning hair until partial or total baldness occurs. This type of hair loss is connected to conditions like heart disease and prostate enlargement in men.
In women, the hairline doesn't recede, but the hair thins overall and is often the result of hormone imbalance.
Central cicatricial alopecia
Central cicatricial alopecia is a common cause of hair loss in women of color. The hair sheds mainly in the crown area and then moves outward in a circle. The condition may be related to heredity, weaves or extensions, hot oils, relaxers, and other products.
Traction alopecia can happen when you wear your hair tightly pulled back in a ponytail, bun, or braids for long periods. Constant stress on the hair follicles can cause damage or accelerated hair loss.
You may be a candidate for a hair transplant if you:
If you think you might be a good fit for a hair transplant, schedule a consultation with Dr. Egesi to discuss treatment in more depth.
To learn more about hair transplants and other services available at Humble Dermatology, call the office to speak with a friendly staff member. You can also book an appointment online, which is fast and easy.