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Evolutionary Hair Transplant Explained

October 16, 2016Infographic, Standard

Evolutionary Hair Transplant Explained

By the age of 35 most men will have experience the onset of hair loss

Before:
98% of balding men have male pattern baldness, the most common form of hair loss

After:
6.5 million men in the U.K. have male pattern baldness

It can start in young adulthood and follows a pattern:

  • Beginning with a receding hairline
  • Leading hair at the back and sides but none on top
  • male pattern balding is genetically linked
  • It’s caused by the impact of male hormones on hair follicles

There are two main treatment types:

  • Medication:
    There are limited effective options for medicine which can in some cases help retain hair
  • Transplantation:
    A surgical technique in which healthy resistant hair follicles can be transplanted into thinning areas

The Major Advance:
the major advance in hair transplantation is follicular transfer (FT). It mimics the way hair grows, and is undetectable as a hair transplant

  • Consultation:
    Candidates are assessed for cause of hair loss and suitability for FT. hey must have healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas
  • Procedure:
    Donor area is anesthetized
  • Micro-surgical needle isolates individual follicles
  • Recipient area is anaesthesized
  • Microsurgical needle creates small incisions
  • Donor hairs inserted into incisions
  • Recipient area heals within seven days

The process offers faster healing time as it is minimally invasive and leads to exeptional natural results

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