Are you planning to have your hair transplanted? If you answered yes, then this guide is written to you. In this guide, we’ve clarified some of the key issues that require clear answers so you understand exactly what you expect from this transplant.
Explanation of hair transplantation
This operation is a minimally invasive outpatient process that allows the patient to regain lost hair follicles transplanted into his head. This treatment involves a process in which the hair follicles of one side of the head (or other body parts) known as the donor site are removed and transplanted to the bald or receptor site.
Who can choose a hair transplant
Any man or woman who experiences hair loss, traction alopecia, hair loss, cranium trauma or male baldness can choose this surgery and return to permanent hair again. Men suffering from men’s baldness, men or women who lost their hair due to fire accidents. Men are aware that drugs and drugs do not help them restore their hair.
Hair transplantations procedure
Hair transplantation occurs in two ways. One is follicular unit extraction or FUE, and the other is follicular unitary transplant or FUT. Below is a map:
FUE: Follicular unit extraction or an FUE procedure is the most popular of the two surgical operations. The reason for this is that it is less invasive and the downtime is almost minimal. In FUE, the surgeon manually collects each hair follicle from the donor area to the required area. This process is also known as grafting. If done correctly, a natural and uniform appearance is achieved.
FUT: the FUT or FUT is the process by which the surgeon removes a strip of skin with hair follicles adhering to the donor area of the donor area. The skin is divided into small pieces of grafts and one by one is implanted in the recipient’s area.
Explanation of the graft
A graft is the removal of a strip of donor skin area that is surgically removed without touching the blood supply. Once implanted in the recipient’s area, the skin develops a new blood supply.
The duration of the hair transplant
However, although this is verified by the procedure, it takes approx. 4 to 8 hours for surgery.
Right after the second or third week, the transplanted Hair n Hair tends to fall. This stage is known as ‘shock loss’ and is quite normal. Sometimes patients experience hair loss in areas they did not touch the surgery.