Hair transplantation is a minimally invasive procedure in which hair follicles from the back of the head known as the “donor site” is removed and implanted into a bald or balding part of the head called the “recipient site”. Grafts which consists of 2-3 hair follicles are extracted from the back of the head as those hair follicles are genetically resistant to balding. This technique is usually carried out to treat male pattern baldness and female pattern hair loss.
Hair transplant gives you permanent results.
The conditions which might require hair transplantation are:
* Hair loss cases due to burns
* Male hair loss
* Congenital local hair loss
*Local hair loss due to an infection
* Hair loss due to excessive pulling (Tractional alopecia)
* A psychological disorder called trichotillomania (hair loss)
Factors Affecting Naturality in Hair Transplantation
1- The hair in the area below the line where the upper bound of the two ears meet intensively, frequently or infrequently.
2 – Hair follicles (grafts) to be thoroughly removed and graft epithelium as much as possible.
3 – Natural and suitable channels for grafts: Natural small and opened channels in the right direction ensure your hair is natural. Hair transplanted into the channels opened by the surgeon can be scanned in all directions.
Curly hair follicles: hair follicles are more difficult to remove but it is possible to achieve natural, elegant and aesthetically pleasing results. Curly hair roots will give a more intense and more natural appearance in a larger area in the area of planting.
Blonde and light-coloured hair: hair follicle extraction is easier; the results look very natural.
Dark Hair: Hair root separation requires more effort. You can have extremely natural and fuller looking hair by transplanting careful and precisely.
Straight hair: Easy to extract hair. Hair transplantation and hair follicle is done in series achieving natural looking results.