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Published on: 25 Nov 2016 by louismark
It is important to
ask why people of all ages lose hair. One may think that he is safe from losing
hair due to their vibrant young age, but they are mistaken. It is not age, but
hormones as well as genes that dictate one’s hair’s life span and health. More
than a quarter of all men in the 20’s age category experience what is known as
male pattern baldness; meanwhile, half of all men aged 40’s lose hair. Hair
thinning and eventual hair fall are mostly due to testosterone, the male
hormone that negatively interacts with the hair follicles on a man’s
How does one treat
hair loss? Can hair be restored? The answer is a resounding yes. Hair restoration surgery is
possible, and encompasses many techniques that treat thinning hair
or baldness with the use of one’s own natural hair. Such techniques include
scalp reduction, skin flap relocation, and hair transplantation.
Transplantation is the most common technique being used for thinning hair. It
redistributes hair and fills bald spots. The hair grows naturally throughout
one’s life without any additional maintenance beyond that of cutting and
argue that modern
transplantation is better. This is due to the fact that the
technique is permanent, natural, and the artificial restoration is almost
imperceptible. In addition to this, there aren’t any maintenance costs or programs
that are required with such treatments as hairpiece replacements and weaves. And
thirdly, modern techniques also allow its patients to get their full head of
hair within a session or two.
The ideal candidates for surgical
hair restoration are individuals whose loss of hair has already
stabilized. However, not everyone can expect the same success in their results. The
texture, thickness, and color of the hair as well how much donor hair is
available are among the factors that determine the final result. Your surgeon will
discuss with you all the variables involved in the procedure during the initial
Now you may ask,
areas of my head can surgical hair restoration be successfully performed?
Surgical hair restoration can be performed on your crown or top
of head; on the frontal hairline; on the back of your head; and on bald spots.
In addition to these, surgery can also be performed on scars from surgeries or
injuries incurred in the past. These areas can be transplanted with donor hair
loss treatments London and best hair
extensions in London, consult your local directory. During the surgical hair
restoration procedure, the hair from the narrow strip called the donor area is removed. The area is
then surgically closed using sutures. Afterwards, the harvested strip is then divided
into one to four hairs and placed into tiny slits and holes. And in a single
session, a lot of hair strands can be implanted. A maximum of grafts of 3,500
follicular units and more than 7,000 hairs is possible to be placed. The procedure can take quite a
while, with a common range of four to six hours. This is dependent on the
severity of the case. This is a best case scenario for hair loss