Transgender Feminization Hair Transplant- Transition with confidence and support
The distinguishing features of the hairline in men and women are an essential character trait, whether in terms of hair shape, position or flow. However, crown hair loss and hair loss pose many problems, especially during transition. Although baldness is an adverse feature for most men, it can be very distressing for non-binary transfeminine patients, as it is a recognizable side effect of male hormones.
Advances in FUE hair transplants and non-surgical hair loss treatments have made therapies to help transgender patients through the transition process more accessible. At Follicle HT Hair Transplant Clinic in Toronto, our board-certified surgeons, Dr Mark Korman and Dr Philip Solomon, help transgender individuals affirm their identity through hair transplant techniques.
Transgender hair transplant surgery
In Toronto, hair transplants are a popular procedure among the transgender community because they can help change the appearance of your hairline and add volume and thickness to thinning areas. FUE hair transplants alter the appearance of a patient’s hairline and crown to help with gender reassignment.
Transgender hair transplant surgery is constructed with the patient’s transition in mind. Using an individualized method, the procedure will be tailored entirely to the patient’s needs, whether they’re transitioning from MtF or FtM. A male’s hairline differs from a female’s, so the appropriate measures will be discussed during an in-depth consultation before the procedure.
At Follicle HT Hair Transplant Clinic in Toronto, Transgender hair transplant surgery is designed with the patient’s transition in mind. The hairline of a male-to-female transition differs from that of a female-to-male, so that the appropriate measures will be discussed during an in-depth consultation before the operation.
There are several differences between men’s and women’s hairlines:
- The position of the hairline
- The shape of the hairline
- Hair flow
- The ageing pattern of the hairline
The female hairline is generally located further forward than the male hairline, while the male hairline is more to the rear, giving the impression of a more pronounced forehead.
The shape of the hairline also differs in men; the hairline generally recedes at the temples, accentuating the “M” shape around the hairline. In contrast, women have an oval hairline. In addition, the direction of a man’s hairline may differ from that of a woman. At Follicle HT Hair Transplant Clinic in Toronto, our board-certified surgeons understand the importance of distinguishing these differences to achieve our patients’ desired results.
Are you looking for Gender affirming hair transplant in Toronto?
At Follicle HT Hair Transplant Clinic in Toronto, our board-certified surgeons, Dr Mark Korman and Dr Philip Solomon, are here to answer any of your questions regarding hair transplant, hair loss and restoration.