The daily pressure of job and our lives along with dirt and pollution can take away things from us that are quite dear for instance our Hair. The reduction of hair can be a torment for most of us. Most Salons and beauty clinics provide Hair Transplantation Services to help bring back the lost hair on your head. Even in a place like Delhi where Hair Transplantation Service are gaining popularity gradually, some clinics offer such services at a discounted price as to create demand in the market for this service. However, it is advisable to get more information on the subject, before you decide on trying Transplantation to get rid of your hair loss issue.
What Is Hair Transplant? Hair Transplantation is a type of surgery where a narrow strip of hair-bearing scalp is removed from the head and is used to fill an area where no hair or thin hair is present. Mostly performed by a doctor, the surgeon firstly cleans the scalp and applies an anesthesia injection to cause a numbing effect on the area from which a 3-4 inch of scalp is removed. The area is sewed up and covered by existing hair around the area. Next the surgeon divides the removed hair into 500 to 2000 tiny grafts consisting of tiny hair of the individual and these are placed on the area of the head where there is no or limited growth of hair. The surgery takes approximately four to eight hours. Sessions can be extended if the patient continues to lose hair even after the surgery.
Expectations and Recovery Your scalp will tend to be very sensitive for a few days right after the surgery. You may experience pain and will need to take painkillers for a few days, while the doctor will insist you wear a head dressing for a day or two. After two to three weeks of surgery, the Transplanted Hair will fall out and you will notice new hair taking it place gradually.
Although most people start to experience the growth of new hair in a few months, the growth of hair might be slow for others.
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