Why is the hair transplant procedure performed?

Since the causes of hair loss are broad spectrum, there are many treatment options, including hair transplantation. With the exception of androgenetic or male hair loss, the cause should be investigated first. Once the root cause is identified, treated, or removed, your Hair Transplant Surgeon will proceed to wait for the hair to grow back.
During this period, you can take steps to improve the look, such as makeup and wig, wearing a scarf or a hat. If hair loss is believed to be reversible, medications such as minoxidil, medications, nutrients, and acupuncture that promote and accelerate hair growth can be tried. Also, a healthy diet, proper hair care, hair care products and hair dyes, and avoiding perms can contribute to hair loss.

Recently, hair mesotherapy has also shown good results in selected patients. Finally, platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a treatment for hair regrowth. Blood is drawn from the person, who undergoes a special procedure, the resulting solution is injected into the bald area. Its goal is to make hair grow back by nourishing the scalp. PRP can be used alone or in combination with mesotherapy.

However, hair transplantation is the perfect treatment for androgenetic hair loss and other types of hair loss. Burns and major surgeries. However, there are also situations where hair transplantation does not help. First, the donor must have a sufficient number of healthy hair follicles.

Also, additional pre-transplant procedures may be required or the hair transplant may not be performed because the scalp does not allow hair transplantation. If the condition is not contrary to hair transplantation, hair transplantation provides a "natural looking" solution. Before hair transplantation
Do not use aspirin and vitamins B and E or other similar medications 1 week before the operation.
If you drink alcohol, do not drink alcohol 3 days before the operation.

What if you have a drug allergy? Inform your doctor at the hospital office.

If possible, do not smoke 24 hours before the operation. Don't forget that smoking increases recovery time.
If you are using medications for chronic diseases (diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, tuberculosis, etc.) or serious illnesses, you must inform your doctor in the hospital consultation.
Bring a comfortable button down front shirt and sweatpants.
Do not use gel or sprays before the operation.
Please bring comfortable clothes. Wear button-down front clothing for hair transplantation.

Does hair transplantation work?

Hair transplants tend to be more successful than over-the-counter hair restoration products. But there are a few things to consider:

The reliable source of transplanted hair is 10 to 80 percent fully developed anywhere in three to four months.
As with normal hair, transplanted hair tends to thin over time.
A reliable source from a 2016 study suggests that people with dormant hair follicles (they generally have hair under their skin but no longer grows hair) may have a less effective transplant, although plasma therapy may help 75 percent or completely replace the transplanted hair. .
Hair transplantation does not work for everyone. They are mainly used to restore hair if you have lost hair due to baldness or thinning or injury.

Many transplants are being done with your current hair, so they are not as effective in treating people:

Great thinning and baldness
Hair loss due to chemotherapy or other medications.
Thick skin scars from wounds.

What are the Complications related to hair transplantation?

The side effects of a hair transplant are usually minor and clear within a few weeks.

They include:

Inflammation of the scalp
Injuries around the eyes.
A crust that forms on the scalp where hair has been removed or placed
Numbness or lack of feeling in the treated areas of the skin.
Inflammation or infection of the hair follicles, called folliculitis.
Shock damage or sudden but usually temporary damage to the transplanted hair
Unnatural-looking strands of hair.