Hair loss occurs in men and women as a result of hormonal changes that depending on the age and genetic causes. In addition, traumatic causes, burns and various skin diseases, can cause hair loss. Hair loss can prepare physically, in addition to problems and psychological problems.
Hair loss is a continuous process that accompanies every life. Especially in men, this problem is up to the age of 34-35 hardly avoidable.
Before there is a transplant should be analyzed whether there are health problems (diabetes, epilepsy, high blood pressure, etc.) A blood test should be performed. If there are allergies to anesthetics, this should not be concealed.
On the day of surgery, the patient should be healthy and well. Because of the negative effect of nicotine on wound healing, you should be set at least one week before surgery or reduce smoking. Similarly, the consumption of alcohol a week in advance to avoid.
One week before surgery may blood thinners such as aspirin, vitamins are not taken. At least 2 hours before the operation should eat and drink can be set.
Hair transplants take 4-6 hours. The neutransportierten roots are very sensitive. So that the roots are able to adapt quickly to their new places should contact with water or other cosmetic products two days on each case be avoided.
Tecniques of hair transplant: Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a method of extracting, or “harvesting,” donor hair for transplantation in a follicular unit hair transplant. In an FUE procedure, an instrument is used to make a small, circular incision in the skin around a follicular unit, separating it from the surrounding tissue. The unit is then extracted (pulled) directly from the scalp, leaving a small open hole.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is a procedure where hair is transplanted from the permanent zone, the area in the back and sides of the scalp where hair is more resistant to balding, to the bald or balding areas of the scalp. This is accomplished using naturally-occurring groups of 1, 2, 3, or 4 hairs, called follicular units. After the patient’s scalp is anesthetized, the doctor removes a strip of tissue from the donor area, an area within the permanent zone, and once extracted, the donor strip is cut into many individual follicular units using microscopic dissection techniques. As these follicular unit grafts are being prepared, the doctor makes tiny holes in the scalp, called recipient sites, where the grafts are placed.
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