African American women who use certain chemicals or techniques to achieve popular hairstyles are at risk for a certain type of hair thinning. Dr. Ende’s New York edges hair transplants address these specific conditions with a combination of treatments. By going at the problem from multiple angles, Dr. Ende is often able to make positive results in reducing what can sometimes be an embarrassing hair loss situation. If you’re finding that your natural style options are becoming limited by thinning edges, this treatment might be right for you.

How do you know if this type of balding applies to you? Heat treatments, chemical straightening, dyeing, tight braiding and sew-ins all contribute to a loss of edge hair. If you’ve used any of these in the past, then it’s more than likely that you could benefit from having one of the New York edges hair transplants offered by Dr. Ende’s office. If you’re not sure what a patchy edge looks like, one of the characteristic signs is that you can see a large amount of skin through the hair. While hair naturally gets less dense towards the hairline, a widened thinning section is not something you have to live with.

If you’ve been covering up your patchy edges, you’ve probably noticed how other women don’t seem to have as much of a problem as you do. It might surprise you to learn how many of your friends have taken advantage of the benefits of one of Dr. Ende’s New York edges hair transplants. It’s a relatively common procedure, popular because of its frequent effectiveness and the fact that it uses your natural hair. It doesn’t damage skin and it isn’t hair plugs, so most people could never tell the difference after the procedure is fully complete. If you’re ready to start enjoying a full and natural head of hair again, contact Dr. Ende at 9917) 678-5606 OR fill out the online form to schedule a consultation as soon as you have time.