Female Frontal Fibros


Female Frontal Fibros

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Author: Jacob Lagercrantz

Published: 2021-12-14

Female Frontal Fibrosis (FFF) is a relatively uncommon diagnosis and type of hair loss. Most of those affected are women over 50.

The disease causes the hairline to recede upwards and is a form of female pattern baldness. Hair can be lost from the front of the scalp, the middle of the head and the sides.

Often with a fairly symmetrical and straight line, which therefore leaves the frontal scalp almost or completely bare. The skin where there used to be hair is often smooth and without traces of hair follicles, as they are no longer present.

What happens is that the hair follicles become inflamed and eventually unable to produce hair.

In the early stages of the condition in the remaining hair follicles, the inflammation appears as red dots on the scalp.

Female Frontal Fibrosis is a relatively slow but ongoing process, which in some cases levels off after some time.

For women whose hair follicles have died and become completely bald, it is not possible to regain hair naturally. It becomes like a scar down in the skin where no blood supply reaches the area.

Without a blood supply, there is no nutrient transport to give life to any hairs.

Get your hair back

With a hair transplant combined with PRP treatments, it is possible to get your hair back.

A client with Female Frontal Fibrosis whose hairline had pulled upwards came to us for a consultation.

She decided to do a hairline transplant in combination with PRP treatments. The result was very successful in a short time.

Are you experiencing Female Frontal Fibrosis? Book a free consultation today and find out what you need.

We’ll examine your hair with a microcamera and work out together what your next step is.

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