Hair Transplantation

Hair transplant micro surgery, It is the removal of hair follicles (graft) from the donor area (nape) with the help of a micro motor and transplanting them to the needed area.

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 Frequently Asked Questions

01.

Who is a good candidate for hair transplant surgery?


You may be a candidate for hair transplant surgery if you have healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas.


Hair transplant surgery can enhance your appearance and your self-confidence, but the results won't necessarily match your ideal. Before you decide to have surgery, think carefully about your expectations and discuss them with your surgeon.

It's important to understand that all hair replacement techniques use your existing hair. The goal of surgery is to find the most efficient uses for existing hair.

03.

How should I prepare for hair transplant surgery?

 

Your surgeon will give you specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines on eating and drinking, smoking and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. Carefully following these instructions will help your surgery go more smoothly. If you smoke, it's especially important to stop at least a week or two before surgery; smoking inhibits blood flow to the skin and can interfere with healing.

You should arrange for someone to drive you home after your surgery. Plan to take it easy for a day or two after the procedure and arrange for assistance if you think you'll need it.

05.

What should I expect during hair transplant recovery?

 

How soon you resume your normal routine depends on the length, complexity and type of surgery you've had. You may feel well enough to go back to work and resume normal, light activity after several days. Many patients who have had transplants (plugs or other grafts) are dismayed to find that their "new" hair falls out within six weeks after surgery. You should know that this condition is normal and almost always temporary. After hair falls out, it will take another five to six weeks before hair growth resumes. You can expect about a half-inch of growth per month.

02.

What are the risks of hair transplant surgery?

 

Hair transplant surgery is normally safe when performed by a qualified, experienced board- certified plastic surgeon. Still, individuals vary greatly in their physical reactions and healing abilities, and the outcome is never completely predictable.

As in any surgical procedure, infection may occur. Excessive bleeding and/or wide scars, sometimes called "stretch-back" scars caused by tension, may result from some scalp-reduction procedures.

In transplant procedures, there is a risk that some of the grafts won't "take." Although it is normal for the hair contained within the plugs to fall out before establishing regrowth in its new location, sometimes the skin plug dies and surgery must be repeated. Sometimes, patients with plug grafts will notice small bumps on the scalp that form at the transplant sites. These areas can usually be camouflaged with surrounding hair.

04.

What are the steps of a hair transplant procedure?

 

Hair transplantation consists of 3 steps.
The first step is to take the hair follicles with fue punch. After the roots are taken, they are kept in a solution. The second step is to open the holes to plant the hair follicles taken from the nape area. The third step and the last step are the hair follicles are planted in the opened holes and the operation is completed.

06.

What hair transplant procedures are recommended for women?

 

Some doctors estimate that one in five women will experience some degree of hair loss usually caused by aging, illness or hormonal changes after menopause. Women tend to experience a subtle thinning all over the scalp rather than losing hair in patches as is common in men. To correct the problem, some women choose to wear a wig or hair extensions. Others have had some success using a topical prescriptive drug. The effectiveness of such drugs varies in some patients and simply prevents further hair loss without stimulating any appreciable new growth. Hair transplant surgery may be the answer for those who feel uncomfortable with either of these options.

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