MTF Transgender hair restoration.
While estrogen hormone medication can slow down a receding hairline or thinning hair caused by male pattern baldness, it can’t really reverse it. Our hair transplant skills can, however, restore hair in a beautiful and natural-looking way.
Our refined technique allows us to control the location, direction, and orientation of your follicles, making sure that your transgender hair restoration will look as natural and feminine as possible.
Transitioning as a transgender woman can be complex and stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. When planning your procedure, you’ll consult directly with our surgeons, not a practice representative. Your surgery will be the only procedure that your surgeon will complete that day. You’ll have his undivided attention, because our priority at The Anderson Center for Hair is your comfort and care.
FTM Transgender hair restoration.
One aesthetic difference between men and women are their hairlines; men tend to have hairlines that form an M shape, meaning they have high corners with a slight dip in the middle.
Using follicular unit excision, the linear method, or the ARTAS robotic system, we can help FTM transgender patients turn their hairlines into more masculine ones. Because of our advanced techniques and surgical artistry, you’ll be sure that your hairline revision will look as natural and possible, with none of that artificial “doll hair” look commonly associated with hair transplants of the past.