Hair Loss in Women



At the Beverly Hills DRx Concierge, we take hair loss matters seriously. We have helped countless women throughout Beverly Hills treat their signs of hair loss successfully. In skilled hands, it has been demonstrated that women with female pattern hair loss due to menopausal, hormonal changes and other causes, saw 90% of hair regrowth in 75% of the individuals treated.

The emotionally debilitating effects of hair loss may have finally come to an end, due to the development of a new treatment. Hair loss affects millions worldwide. The most common form of alopecia is androgenetic alopecia (AGA, pattern hair loss).

Around the middle age, 40% of women start to show hair loss signs. By age 70, approximately 60% of Caucasian women are affected by some degree of hair loss. PRP  and Nanofat Injection Therapy creates a solution to the problem, providing patients with a genetic predisposition to hair loss with new found hope. This non-surgical treatment takes only an hour with a low amount of down time that is almost negligible. No daily maintenance is required, making this a simple and effective solution to average hair loss troubles in women.


  • Too much styling
  • Thyroid imbalance
  • Hormone changes
  • Medication
  • Low iron and low vitamin D
  • Braiding and extension hair pieces
  • Trauma
  • Significant weight loss and crash dieting
  • Menopause

Hair loss in men and women although may seems equal, it is in fact very different.  At Beverly Hills DRx, we can dedicate the time and attention needed to fully diagnose the specific causes of each patient’s hair loss in order to tailor a customized medical treatment plan that can satisfy each individual’s hair restoration needs.

For years, to talk about women’s hair loss was considered taboo. In spite of it obviously occurring, hair loss in women was rarely discussed and women were largely expected to suffer in silence. Recent research suggests that as many as one out of every four women can expect to experience some degree of hair loss over the course of their lives, and as more women have come forward to receive treatment, we have been able tremendous progress towards understanding the salient features that make hair loss unique in women.

Traditionally it has been commonlymisconstrued that the gene for baldness is carried but not expressed maternally or by the mother. However, careful study has now demonstrated that this is not completely accurate.In reality, the genes for alopecia or hair loss are transmitted equally from both parents to female or male offspring. The expression or physical manifestation of these genes depends on gene regulators directed by a complex and convoluted series of variables contingent on hormone levels, metabolites, and a number of other relevant factors. Although many women do carry the genes for baldness and can develop thinning hair, the hair loss that these women experience is frequently unlike that typically experienced by men. Although, women very rarely progress to total baldness or complete alopecia,up to 90% experience a more generalized thinning in the midline and central part of the scalp rather than on the crown, seen more in men.

Invariably women are affected by androgenetic alopecia, or what is commonly referred to as pattern hair loss; yet, women’s hair loss is also highly likely to be resultant from any number of different factors, ranging from hormonal changes caused by thyroid abnormalities, menopause, hormone replacement therapy, birth control pills, toemotional, physical stress, post-surgical, traumatic or mechanical stress, medical illnesses, rapid weight loss, nutritional deficiencies,  or to the side effects of common medications. Women can even experience hair loss after giving birth or post-partum hair loss, when hair is triggered into the telogen phase of hair growth cycle, and body excessively sheds the extra hair it accumulates during pregnancy. Clearly, the complexities of women’s hair loss require thorough, individualized, and specialized approaches to both diagnosis and treatment.

At Beverly Hills DRx, we specialize in addressing women’s hair loss, using medical and non-surgical hair restoration treatments. Correcting underlying medical problems, reducing stress, and identifyingother treatable causations are important steps to take before your hair replacement procedure begins. Call today for a consultation with Dr. McBeth, a physician who specializes and uniquely qualified in diagnosing the cause of your hair loss and can prescribe a treatment plan that will help restore your hair and your self-esteem.

Hair Loss FAQ For Women

The Beverly Hills DRx supplies answers to some of the more frequently asked questions hair loss below. Contact us today for more information.

What causes hair loss in women?

Female Pattern Hair Loss is a common reason for hair thinning in women but, hair loss in women can also occur with glandular abnormalities of the thyroid, menopause, birth control pills, emotional stress, mechanical stress from braiding, over use of hair chemicals, and side of effects of medications. It is important to get a good understanding of what may be causing your hair loss so an adequate treatment can be established.

Do certain hairstyles cause hair loss?

Tight hairstyles such as extensions, braiding, and tight ponytails that place excessive tension on the scalp can cause a hair loss condition known as traction alopecia. Certain people are more susceptible to this type of hair loss. For instance, some people have sensitive hair follicles that are more easily traumatized than others.

When is it important to get started?

As soon as a women notices thinning of the scalp at the hairline, central midline, crown or even
the eyebrows as early as her 30’s, she should seek the advice of a experienced physician to discern
it’s cause. There may be preventable treatments available and/or medical, less invasive interventions.

Does PRP work for women?

PRP is an excellent treatment for women with hair thinning and loss! In fact, because women do not produce as much testosterone as men, with PRP they can achieve up to 90% regrowth of hair, to up 75% of the time without surgery.

How do I get started?

Call today to set your consult at Beverly Hills DRx to get a diagnosis and treatment plan underway.