Watch This Traction Alopecia Video about Traction Alopecia Recovery Time

 


Hi there! We hope you enjoy the above video featuring the results 4 months after her hair transplant to repair the hair loss due to traction alopecia. You can follow her hair transformation in a series of videos showing Tanya on her procedure day, at 4, 8 and 12 months.

We have over 50 videos of traction alopecia hair transplant procedures, followups awith bore and after photos and sidde by side comparison of before and after our patie's hair restoration journey. Click HERE to start watching the 50 Traction Alopecia Hair Transplant Videos on our YouTube channel for traction alopecia treatment for permanent hair loss solutions for women.

Below is the transcript from the video in which Tanya and Dr. Matthew Huebner of Natural Transplants, Hair Restoration Clinic discuss her progress after just 4 months. Watch all the videos from start to finish and you will be pleasantly surprised at what great hair transplant results she is getting during the 12 months. If you would like to know i you are a good candidate for a hair transplant then give us a call on 844-327-4247.

Dr. Huebner: Dr. Huebner here natural transplants I'm here with one of our superstars Tanya. So you may remember Tanya as we documented her surgery day not even four months ago. So it's been about three months and about three weeks. So in one week we'll be at the four-month mark and we have a lot of interest in Tanya because we have a lot of people that have traction alopecia especially women and there's not a lot of resources out there for them to see what the process is like and so this is really exciting. So when she came in today I wasn't expecting anything.

I was expecting her to have maybe like three or four hairs starting to come out and when you took her headband off today I was blown away. So she's at only three months three weeks and already you can tell she has growth, she has a new hairline and this is only going to improve every month. So I appreciate you guys coming all the way down here for the follow-up. How do you feel like? How is everything going for you?

Tanya: It's going really smooth. Like you said I was expecting minimum hair growth. You and Josh prepared me on like the first four to six months. It might not be that much but it just started growing and it just keeps growing. I don't put anything on it but regular oils and I don't do like a hair enhancer or anything. So it's doing good.

Dr. Huebner: How is the recovery process? Obviously you have scabs initially.

Tanya: Okay so the first two weeks is scabs up but it's not like a scab, scab. It's like almost like you have a bump I guess. You can say and it’s kind of a little rough bump and then I'm Josh told me like after the two weeks to kinda like make it come off. Because it doesn't just fall off. Some of them will but some of them stay. And then that that was fine and then on the first month I guess I wore wigs and different things like that and then once I start feeling the smoothness back in I start back wearing head bands and things like that.

And now as you can see I can wear my hair any kind of way. I can put a head band on it and it's good to go. People don't even know what's under there. They don't realize because my hair is so thick.

Dr. Huebner: So you've been doing all this stuff before that anyways so it's not like a stretch to wear a headband or wig. This is this stuff you were doing anyway and so it's an easy transition to my back to normal life and then when she feels more comfortable with the density and show won’t have to wear that stuff anymore.

Tanya: I'll say in another four months, how my hair was growing.

Dr. Huebner: I bet it's going to be less than that Tanya. We'll see, everyone's different but coming here a little closer Jerry. I'm going to show because we have people who are interested. So this is where her hair was before and so this is all new. This is all new transplants. So we go all the way down. We've recreated her hairline here so you can see the density and again it at this stage we wouldn't expect this. She's way ahead of schedule so you can see how that really is going to change her appearance in a positive way. I'm going to turn you around here Tanya just so we can see the back and it took me honestly about five, ten minutes to find the incision because you got a hair long hair but it's not just because there's long hair it's because it's hard to find and her own business is here and says and he's a hairdresser, he knows a salon. Well they both.

But he said that it's never been an issue it's really even hard to find for him. And but here it's just you can kind of see where the incision is. It's that little line and unless she decides to shave her head which you know if that ever comes down to that call me first. What's the point right shaving your head. But that's never been an issue for her. She's going to be able to you know no one's going to notice.

Tanya: Yeah and I thought that with the suture line that it'll be thin in the back but I can wear my hair down and you can't even tell at all. No.

Dr. Huebner: Makes no difference so the suture lines again are never an issue for our patients. I couldn't be happier Tanya congratulations. Can we see please. Okay yeah so this is Tanya's husband. Remember him from the video as well and he was nice enough to drive for hours for this. Both of you all thank you so much and really looking forward to her results and I can't wait to see what she looks like even a month from now. But certainly her final result I think she's going to be thrilled and this is really a nice resource. Thanks again because a lot of women are especially women with traction alopecia just have no resources to see what the process is like and to see results and thank you so much for doing it.

Tanya: You're welcome and you guys call me all the time you they give permission and I talk to you so no don't be afraid to call me ask questions because I'm happy to answer.

Dr. Huebner. Yes, thank you so much.

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Dr. Huebner: Dr. Huebner here natural transplants I'm here with one of our superstars Tanya. So you may remember Tanya as we documented her surgery day not even four months ago. So it's been about three months and about three weeks. So in one week we'll be at the four-month mark and we have a lot of interest in Tanya because we have a lot of people that have traction alopecia especially women and there's not a lot of resources out there for them to see what the process is like and so this is really exciting. So when she came in today I wasn't expecting anything. I was expecting her to have maybe like three or four hairs starting to come out and when you took her headband off today I was blown away. So she's at only three months three weeks and already you can tell she has growth, she has a new hairline and this is only going to improve every month. So I appreciate you guys coming all the way down here for the follow-up. How do you feel like? How is everything going for you?

Tanya: It's going really smooth. Like you said I was expecting minimum hair growth. You and Josh prepared me on like the first four to six months. It might not be that much but it just started growing and it just keeps growing. I don't put anything on it but regular oils and I don't do like a hair enhancer or anything. So it's doing good.

Dr. Huebner: How is the recovery process? Obviously you have scabs initially.

Tanya: Okay so the first two weeks is scabs up but it's not like a scab, scab. It's like almost like you have a bump I guess. You can say and it’s kind of a little rough bump and then I'm Josh told me like after the two weeks to kinda like make it come off. Because it doesn't just fall off. Some of them will but some of them stay. And then that that was fine and then on the first month I guess I wore wigs and different things like that and then once I start feeling the smoothness back in I start back wearing head bands and things like that. And now as you can see I can wear my hair any kind of way. I can put a head band on it and it's good to go. People don't even know what's under there. They don't realize because my hair is so thick.

Dr. Huebner: So you've been doing all this stuff before that anyways so it's not like a stretch to wear a headband or wig. This is this stuff you were doing anyway and so it's an easy transition to my back to normal life and then when she feels more comfortable with the density and show won’t have to wear that stuff anymore.

Tanya: I'll say in another four months, how my hair was growing.

Dr. Huebner: I bet it's going to be less than that Tanya. We'll see, everyone's different but coming here a little closer Jerry. I'm going to show because we have people who are interested. So this is where her hair was before and so this is all new. This is all new transplants. So we go all the way down. We've recreated her hairline here so you can see the density and again it at How to this stage we wouldn't expect this. She's way ahead of schedule so you can see how that really is going to change her appearance in a positive way. I'm going to turn you around here Tanya just so we can see the back and it took me honestly about five, ten minutes to find the incision because you got a hair long hair but it's not just because there's long hair it's because it's hard to find and her own business is here and says and he's a hairdresser, he knows a salon. Well they both. But he said that it's never been an issue it's really even hard to find for him. And but here it's just you can kind of see where the incision is. It's that little line and unless she decides to shave her head which you know if that ever comes down to that call me first. What's the point right shaving your head. But that's never been an issue for her. She's going to be able to you know no one's going to notice.

Tanya: Yeah and I thought that with the suture line that it'll be thin in the back but I can wear my hair down and you can't even tell at all. No.

Dr. Huebner: Makes no difference so the suture lines again are never an issue for our patients. I couldn't be happier Tanya congratulations. Can we see please. Okay yeah so this is Tanya's husband. Remember him from the video as well and he was nice enough to drive for hours for this. Both of you all thank you so much and really looking forward to her results and I can't wait to see what she looks like even a month from now. But certainly her final result I think she's going to be thrilled and this is really a nice resource. Thanks again because a lot of women are especially women with traction alopecia just have no resources to see what the process is like and to see results and thank you so much for doing it.

Tanya: You're welcome and you guys call me all the time you they give permission and I talk to you so no don't be afraid to call me ask questions because I'm happy to answer.

Dr. Huebner. Yes, thank you so much.

Take a look at the results photo below of one of our happy patientss!

What are the Norwood Scales for Hair Restoration?





Male pattern baldness or Androgenic Alopecia is the type of the baldness affecting more than 70% of the men worldwide and 40% of the women. This is caused by the influence of the androgenic hormones. These hormones make the hair follicles to shrink, when this happens the nutrients cannot supply to the hair, hence, the hair follicles dies. This can be the fate of not just one hair, but for most of them when the hormones influence on them.

If you would like to see before and after hair transplant videos of actual patients just scroll down and select the Norwood Stage listings before. These are natural transplants and we have 100's of video for you to watch and learn about the Norwood-Hamilton Scale for male pattern baldness.

Why does our androgen cause Alopecia or baldness?

Under the action of the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase detected in cells of our hair bulb and hair papilla, testosterone is converted into the more active hormone called 5-alpha-dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Later, they act on the sensitive hair follicles and cause severe spasm of blood vessels, which causes the degeneration of follicles and leads to hair dystrophy. In fact, the hair on the head remains, but it is not fully-grown hair, but they forms short, thin and colorless, which are practically invisible, and they cannot cover the scalp, which shows us the picture of baldhead. The degenerated hair prematurely enters the telogen stage or the resting stage and they are not completed when they move on to the next stage. Therefore, the not fully-grown telogen age passes the hair to the next phase, which is the anagen, or the growth phase. Since the hairs in the telogen stage are almost dead, they can easily leave the skin during brushing, washing and drying. In addition, the hair follicles become small and thus the hair loses its length and the thickness. The sensitivity of follicles to DHT is determined primarily by heredity. Tendency to hair loss in 73-75% of cases is inherited through the maternal line, 20% from the paternal line, and only 5-7% of the people experiences androgenic alopecia without any hereditary connection.

Moreover, the hair follicles that are sensitive to the DHT or 5-alpha-dihydroxytestosterone are situated in the frontal as well as on the parietal region. This area can be described as the androgens dependent zone. However, the hairs on the occipital and on the temporal region are not sensitive to the DHT or 5-alpha-dihydroxytestosterone. Hence, they are described as the androgens independent zone.

Generally, there is no difference we can see with the mechanism of the development of the androgenic alopecia in men and in women, but the development of the alopecia pattern is different. Men are usually susceptible to the frontal hair loss and then the alopecia spreads to the parietal or the top most regions of the head. However, this is not true for women; they start from the middle region or of the parietal region and then the baldness spread to the frontal part of the head. However, the alopecia spares the occipital and the temporal region.

The Norwood Hamilton Scale, otherwise known as the Norwood Loss Scale, is a widely used and accepted standard for classifying male pattern baldness and hair loss. The original Norwood Scale was created in the 1950s by Dr. James Hamilton with adjustments and revisions in the 1970’s by Dr. O'Tar Norwood.

When exploring hair loss treatment options and setting expectations for hair growth after a hair transplant its important to understand where you fall on the Norwood Scale. Depending on your Norwood Scale classification hair loss cure options can be abundant or limited. Call us at 844-327-4247 to speak with a doctor and get your Norwood Scale questions answered. At Natural Transplants our friendly and knowledgable hair transplant surgeons are avalible to supply a Norwood Scale classification and review related hair restoration options FREE of charge.

NORWOOD 1
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 1 Stage there is very little to no visible signs of hair loss.

 

 



If you have a history of hair loss or male pattern baldness in your family its important to periodically monitor for indications of thinning hair or a receding hairline regardless of your current Norwood Scale classification. Identifying changes early on and implementing a preventive hair loss treatment can stabilize or slow your hair loss.

NORWOOD 2
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 2 Stage hair loss begins to become visible. Typically the hairline recession forms a triangular or wedge-shaped pattern in the temporal areas (front corners).

 

 



NORWOOD 3
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 3 Stage the hair loss pattern is a deepening of the triangular or wedge-shaped pattern in the temporal areas (front corners) as seen in Norwood 2. Often referred to as a “widows peak” the temporal areas (front corners) are barely covered or fully exposed with no hair growth.

 

 



NORWOOD 3 VERTEX
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 3 Vertex Stage the hair loss pattern is a deepening of the triangular or wedge-shaped pattern in the temporal areas (front corners) as seen in Norwood 2 in addition to the onset of hair loss in the vertex (crown). Often referred to as a “widows peak” the temporal areas (front corners) are barely covered or fully exposed with no hair growth combined with early hair thinning or hair loss in the vertex (crown).

NORWOOD 4
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 4 Stage recession of the triangular or wedge-shaped pattern in the temporal areas (front corners) becomes progressively severe as companied to Norwood 3 and a general recession occurs in the frontal region. Hair loss in the vertex (crown) increases to form a bald spot more with heightened definition over Norwood 3 Vertex. A thick brand or bridge of hair divides the temporal areas (front corners) and vertex (crown).

 

 



If you have a history of hair loss or male pattern baldness in your family its important to periodically monitor for indications of thinning hair or a receding hairline regardless of your current Norwood Scale classification. Identifying changes early on and implementing a preventive hair loss treatment can stabilize or slow your hair loss.

NORWOOD 5
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 5 Stage hair loss in the frontal areas, temporal areas (front corners), and vertex (crown) is enlarged compared to Norwood 4 and hair density is reduced. The brand or bridge of hair dividing the temporal areas (front corners) and vertex (crown) has narrowed and thinned.

 

 



NORWOOD 6
NORWOOD HAMILTON SCALE

At the Norwood 6 Stage the brand or bridge of hair dividing the frontal areas, temporal areas (front corners), and vertex (crown) in Norwood 5 has disappeared leaving some “peach fuzz” or a fully bald areas. A “horse shoe” pattern is formed by hair remaining on the back and sides.

 

 



Hair transplant surgery isn't a 1 size fits all solution. There are many ways you can discover the hair transplant surgeons online. Medical hair transplants have existed for about 6 decades now. Goatee transplant is an ideal alternative for those that have minimal facial hair development.

Hair transplant is really a blessing to all or any such women and men who are able to finally have thick mane the same as others and go out in public proudly with no problem. There's another area of the secret the hair transplant industry will not want you to be aware of. The hair restoration business is comprised of three distinct categories. Hair loss is just a condition which affects billions of men and women throughout the world.

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