Hair Transplant

Usually, hair loss occurs due to genetic factors, hormonal changes, aging, trauma, or other medical conditions. Hair transplantation may be an option to solve this problem.

Hair Transplant

Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure to regenerate the hair due to baldness or sparseness in the scalp.

The hair transplant procedure is usually performed by transplanting hair follicles (donor area) taken from the back of the scalp. Follicles are taken individually or in small groups and placed in the balding or sparse area. Hair transplantation is usually performed under local anesthesia and can take a few hours to a few days.

Hair transplantation requires a post-procedure recovery period. Swelling, bruising, crusting and mild pain may occur on the scalp after the procedure. The healing process varies according to the person’s health, age and hair transplantation method.

Hair transplantation can be an effective solution for many people, but it may not always be successful. In some cases, hair transplantation may be repeated or other cosmetic procedures may be required to achieve a natural appearance after transplantation. Before having a hair transplant, it is important to consult with a specialist about the cause of hair loss and whether the procedure is suitable for the person.

Types of hair transplantation differ according to the condition of the scalp and preferences of the person.

The most commonly used hair transplant methods are:

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction): This method is a technique in which individual hair follicles (follicular unit) are taken from the scalp and transplanted. This procedure is performed by removing the hair follicles from the donor area and placing them in the balding or sparse area.

FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation): In this method, a strip of scalp is removed from the donor area and then this strip is divided into follicular units. These follicular units are placed in the balding or sparse area.

DHI (Direct Hair Implantation): In this method, hair follicles are taken from the donor area using a special device and then these roots are placed in a special pen. The tip of this pen is inserted directly into the scalp in the balding or sparse area and the hair follicles are transplanted in this way.

Robotic Hair Transplant: In this method, a robotic device places the hair follicles on the scalp in the balding or sparse area. This method may be faster and less invasive than other methods.

Which hair transplant method to choose depends on the condition of the person’s scalp, the cause of the hair loss, their preferences and other factors. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages. The hair transplantation process should be evaluated by a specialist and the most appropriate method should be determined.

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