Hair transplantation is a popular treatment option for baldness or thinning hair. This is because it produces natural-looking hair and provides a long-term solution. Today, the majority of individuals prefer this approach to hair restoration. However, only those with sufficient donor locations can benefit from the surgery. People in the final stages of hair loss cannot benefit from hair transplantation.
Luckily, synthetic hair transplant comes to their rescue.
What is an artificial Hair Transplant?
It is a new way of undergoing hair transplant treatment using artificial fibers. It is a surgical treatment in which artificial fibers are inserted in previously bald regions. Every synthetic hair thread has a knot at the tip that the hair specialist inserts and fixes deep into the scalp.
How does artificial hair transplant work?
Artificial hair transplant is a surgical procedure that replaces lost hair with healthy, synthetic hair. The surgeon removes a small amount of healthy scalp from an area below the bald spot and then uses special tools to place the artificial hair on top of the scalp.
Some people may face difficulties with artificial hair transplants.