Dr. Craig Ziering Featured in Allure | The True Cost of Hair Loss Treatments

a pair of gold and silver objects

Craig Ziering, a hair transplant surgeon in Beverly Hills, says that women usually lose their hair genetically in a different pattern than men, at the mid part of the head moving outward instead of front to back, though both can occur. Other conditions, he adds, can create bald patches or areas and each can have different treatment options. “Hairline restoration or modification is common for women to offer fullness, shape, and a more balanced face or youthful appearance. This requires a surgical option,” says Ziering. Even though their hair pattern is significantly different from that of men, women can make for very good transplant candidates, he says. 

Read full article here