Hair transplantation restores hair to areas that have lost it due to various causes, such as alopecia areata, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Hair transplantation aims to replace lost hair with healthy new hair.
Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure that moves hair follicles from one part of the body called the "donor site" to another part called the "recipient site." It is used to treat baldness, thinning hair, and bald patches.
How is Hair Transplantation Performed?
Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure in which hair follicles are removed from the donor area and placed on the recipient site. The recipient area may be the scalp, balding areas, or any other area where hair is desired. There are several methods used to perform hair transplantation, including FUE (follicular unit extraction), FUT (follicular unit transfer), and SMP (single-stage micrograft). Each method follows a different procedure.
Aside from being a less painful treatment, hair transplant offers a number of other advantages.
What are the Advantages of a Hair Transplantation?
Hair transplants help grows back natural-looking hair, thereby providing myriad advantages such as:
- It can improve your appearance by providing you with thicker, fuller hair.
- It can improve your self-esteem by restoring lost or damaged hair.
- It can help you feel more confident and dignified by giving you back some of your dignity and self-confidence.
- It can also reduce anxiety and depression symptoms in people with hair loss or thinning hair due to age, illness, or other factors.
If you do not consult a skilled surgeon, your hair transplant may be futile and unpleasant.