Hair Transplant Surgery
Hair transplant surgery is the procedure of replacing lost hair with hair follicles that are resistant to shedding and are often removed from the neck, between the two ears.
Who Can Have a Hair Transplant Surgery?
People with hereditary permanent baldness are candidates for hair transplant surgery.
People with other types of hair loss, such as the kind that results in bald patches, are typically ineligible for treatment (alopecia areata).
What a Hair Transplant Surgery Involves
A local anesthetic and sedative are typically used during a hair transplant, so you’ll be awake but won’t experience any pain.
Two distinct hair transplant procedures exist.
Foliküler Ünite Transplantasyonu (FUT veya Strip Metodu):
Hair grafts are pieces of scalp that are cut from the back of the head and contain one to four hairs each. The grafts are then placed into small scalp incisions.
Stitches are used to close the area where the hairs are taken.
You will have a scar on the back of your head, but it should not be noticeable unless you have very short hair.
Only the area where the skin was taken needs to be corrected; The head does not need to be shaved.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE):
Hair is extracted one by one from the back of the head (grafts), which are then inserted into small cuts made in the scalp. You will have many small scars, but they won’t be very obvious.
Although most hair transplants last a day, you shouldn’t have to remain overnight.
You might need to schedule two or more treatments spaced out by a few months if a sizable area needs to be treated.
How to take care of your graft will be explained by your surgeon. To aid with recuperation and hair growth, you should be given a spray to use.
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