A hair transplant works by taking hair follicles from a healthy site and grafting them to the recipient site.
A hair transplant refers to the process of taking hair from a healthy scalp or other parts of your body and grafting it to the bald or thinning region. Usually, most surgeons prefer taking the hair from the back of your head. You will be given a local anesthetic to numb and sterilize the area where the hair will be removed.
Once the area is numb, your surgeon will perform one of the two standard hair transplant procedures—Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) or Follicular Unit Execution (FUE).