Traction Alopecia Talk with Tanya
Traction Alopecia Talk with Tanya is a series of videos created by our past patient Tanya. She is one of our biggest fans because she absolututely loves what Dr. Huebner and his staff have done to restore her edges that were damaged by what is known as traction alopecia. Her hair transplant was a hugh success and she loves to talk about it.
Watch her videos and see a real person talking about her hair loss solution. Visit her channel to see all her videos. Click HERE
Below is the excerpt from her original YouTube posting of this new video.
She went over the top with her video...and we think she's going to be a big YouTube star as she continues get information out to other women who need to treat their own hair loss issues.
In this video she talks about her alopecia treatment and her hair loss treatment journey in detail. She shows close up video of her hair line and suture line in addition to answering some of the questions ladies have been asking her about women hair loss treatment.
Her YouTube Channel is where she shares her experiences with alopecia treatment and the hair transplantshe received with Dr. Huebner of Natural Transplants. When she started researching traction alopecia, women hair loss treatment, and alopecia treatment she became frustrated that she wasn't able to find many reliable resources her issues in dealing with traction alopecia hair transplant and permanent hair loss solutions for women. She adds add new videos to her channel all the time so be sure to subscribe for updates.
To see photos of her before and after the surgery Click HERE
To setup an alopecia treatment consultation with Natural Transplants you can visit them through their How to website https://naturaltransplants.com
If you want to talk with Dr. Huebner or any of the other hair doctors at the women hair loss treatment clinic you can give them a call at the number below. They are very knowledge knowledgeable about traction alopecia and women hair loss treatment in general.
Natural Transplants, Hair Restoration Clinic
Phone: 844-327-4247 or +1 954-372-8824
To learn more about Alopecia
Traction alopecia.. its name - quite literally - means hair loss due to traction (or pulling). And whilst you may associate the word 'alopecia' with uncontrollable, devastating hair loss, the good news is that THIS type of hair loss is entirely within your control. You can not only stop it from happening, you can prevent its ever returning, too!
What are the Causes of Traction Alopecia?
Braids may cause traction alopecia
Traction alopecia is a type of hair loss that happens over time. It's caused by putting the hair under constant strain or How to tension and is usually caused by one or more of the following...
Very tight ponytails or pigtails
Tight braids or cornrows
Extension (single) braids
Hair weaves or wigs attached with glue, clips or tape
Certain hair clips, slides or barrettes that hold the hair tightly and are worn in the same position every day
Headbands - even fabric ones - worn day after day
Tight headgear like cycling helmets that are worn frequently or for long stretches of time and tend to rub or pull repeatedly on the same area of hair
Repeated use of hair rollers
Repeated pulling of the hair with the hands (this is an emotional condition called trichotillomania)
If you use or do any of the above, then you may find that the constant tension they cause has led to areas of thinning hair - usually around the temples or behind your ears. Alternatively, you might notice that the part in your hair looks wider than it used to.
If so, then it's quite likely that you're suffering How to from traction alopecia.
There's more to this condition than hair simply breaking off. Instead, the constant tension in the affected area either pulls out the hairs' roots completely, or causes the follicles to become inflamed. As time goes by, the damage to the follicles causes them to become atrophied (wasted away)... and if you don't put a stop to the cause of the problem, they will reach the point where they no longer produce hair at all.
Traction Alopecia Talk with Tanya