Hair Transplant

Hair transplant is a permanent method for the cure of baldness. Normally, the hairs in the back of your head are not under the influence of male hormone and are considered permanent. When these hairs are transplanted on to the bald area they retain their permanency. A strip of hair is taken from the back of your head and the follicular units are dissected and transplanted.
Donor area is closed.
Modern hair transplant techniques have done away with large hair grafts in favor of micro-grafts. By using micro-grafts and a technique called follicular unit transplantation, hair transplant surgeons can make hair virtually indistinguishable even from a hair salon.
This is where hair transplant surgery becomes less of a science and more of an art form. Follicular units are not just single hairs, but grow in groups of 2 to 4 hairs, and by maintaining the composition of this unit a modern hair transplant can mimic natural hair growth.
When hair transplant surgery is successful the results are just as good as natural hair growth, this is living hair that you can style the same way you would before hair loss occurred.

Frequently Asked Question

How much time is required for Hair Transplant Surgery?
Hair transplant surgery typically takes about 6-8hours to perform.

Do I require admission or Is it an Outpatient procedure?
Out patient basis

What are the Side Effects of Hair Transplant Surgery?
Hair transplant surgery can cause minor headaches brought about from tugging and manipulation of the scalp during the transplant procedure, and over- the - counter aspirin can alleviate such headaches.Some times a small amount of bleeding can occur, also a numbness or tenderness of scalp and a temporary thinning of pre-existing hair.

How Long do Hair Transplant Surgery results last?
New hair should start to grow within 4 months and keep growing permanently thereafter.

How much does it take to recovery from Hair Transplant Surgery?
Most patients can return to normal activities in a matter of days.However, expect some numbness and soreness after the first week of surgery. Bath is permitted after 8 days of surgery.