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Hair Fall Control

Hair loss is primarily caused by a combination of aging, a change in hormones, and a family history of baldness. As a rule, the earlier hair loss begins, the more severe the baldness will become. Hair loss can also be caused by burns or trauma, in which case hair replacement surgery is considered a reconstructive treatment. Hair Transplant can be performed on the scalp, the beard, eyebrows and moustache area. Hair surgery can enhance your appearance and your self-confidence. The most popular transplant techniques are FUE and strip grafts. These are generally performed on patients who desire a more modest change in hair fullness. Individual grafts are placed where there is thinning or absence of hair. Hair replacement candidates must have healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas. Donor areas are the places on the head from which grafts are taken. Flaps, tissue-expansion and scalp reduction are procedures that are usually more appropriate for patients who desire a more dramatic change. This creates a fuller hair appearance by moving or reducing the scalp. Remember, there are limits to what can be accomplished. An individual with very little hair might not be advised to undergo hair replacement surgery

Hair Transplant

It is well known that hair on the back region of the head almost never fall off (Due to a genetic tendency to remain permanent). HT is based on the concept that if hair roots taken from the back region are transplanted to the area of baldness, they will, after a short period of effluvium, continue to grow hair on the new site for as long as they would have on their original site. Funicular micro or mini-grafts are used to provide the desired density of hair. Since the new transplanted hair is from one’s own body, it will grow naturally with time & one can shampoo, trim or even shave it. Male pattern baldness is the common type of hair loss and it effects most men at some stage or the other. Typically, at first the hair begins to recede (thin) at the front. At the same time, the hair usually becomes thin on the top of the head. A bald patch gradually develops in the middle of the scalp. The receding front and the bald patch on the top gradually enlarge and join together. A rim of hair is often left around the back and sides of the scalp. In some men, this rim of hair also thins and goes to leave a completely bald scalp. Hair Transplantation is an outpatient procedure done under local anesthesia. Postoperative overnight bandage is used. Patient can go home the same day.