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Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure in which hair follicles are extracted from one part of the body, usually the back of the scalp, and transplanted to another area that is experiencing hair loss or thinning, such as the front of the scalp or the eyebrows.

The procedure involves the use of local anesthesia to numb the area where the hair will be extracted and where it will be transplanted.

The hair follicles are then harvested using one of two methods: follicular unit extraction (FUE) or follicular unit transplantation (FUT).

In FUE, individual hair follicles are removed one by one using a small, handheld tool.

In FUT, a strip of skin containing multiple hair follicles is removed and dissected into individual follicles.

The harvested hair follicles are then transplanted into the area where hair loss or thinning has occurred. The transplanted hair will begin to grow naturally, just like the surrounding hair.

Hair transplantation is a safe and effective way to address hair loss or thinning, and can provide long-lasting results. The procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis, and patients can return to their normal activities within a few days. However, it is important to choose a qualified and experienced surgeon to ensure the best possible outcome.


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About Hair Transplantation

Yes, the FUE hair transplant procedure can be performed on women who are experiencing hair loss or thinning. The procedure involves extracting individual hair follicles from the donor area, usually at the back of the scalp, and implanting them into the bald or thinning area. Women typically experience hair loss in a different pattern than men, and the FUE method allows for more precision and control in the placement of the hair follicles. It is important to choose a qualified and experienced surgeon who can assess each individual case and determine the most appropriate treatment plan for the patient.

After hair transplantation, it usually takes several months for the transplanted hair to start growing. Typically, patients can expect to see initial growth within the first three to four months, but it may take up to six months for noticeable growth. It is important to have patience and follow the post-operative instructions provided by your surgeon to ensure the best possible outcome. Over time, the transplanted hair will continue to grow and thicken, providing a more natural-looking head of hair.

After hair transplantation, it is important to follow certain safety measures to ensure successful and healthy hair growth. Some of these measures include avoiding strenuous activities for at least a week, avoiding exposure to direct sunlight for a few days, and avoiding alcohol and smoking for a few weeks. It is also important to follow the medication and care instructions provided by the surgeon, which may include antibiotics, pain relievers, and hair care products. 

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