A hair transplant is a perfect solution when hair loss has not been avoided. It basically consists of extracting hair from a healthy area, to implant it in the area that has been depopulated with hair: normally the men in the crown, the entrances and the frontal part of the head; and women in the front.
The needles are especially fine so it is a simple, painless process, under local anesthesia and if required, under sedation. It is one of the most effective solutions since the transplanted hair grows back normally, the results are very natural and the hair does not fall back. By obtaining the grafts of the posterior and lateral areas of the head, genetically programmed to grow throughout life by having hormonal receptors that are not affected by enzymatic hyperactivity, it is achieved that once grafted in other areas do not fall and continue to grow normally.
Hair transplantation is a procedure that is performed in a single day and that provides a permanent replacement of lost hair with new hair roots that grow normally. These hairs can be cut, washed and treated like completely normal hair. Repeated visits to the clinic are not required to treat transplanted hair.
Specialist in hair transplantation and alopecia in men and women
The doctors at the best Hair transplant clinics are dermatologists specializing in transplantation and hair grafting as well as other pioneering techniques to solve alopecia. When the patient has a high degree of alopecia, the graft is the best option to recover the affected area. This can be the crown, the entrances or the front.
Surgeons dominate the two fundamental transplant techniques: FUE AND FUT; So always choose the most recommended for each case
Solution for female alopecia
Losing hair and suffering from alopecia is always a problem, whether you are a man or a woman, but the truth is that we can find men with baldness, celebrities and famous people who continue to have their appeal: Bruce Willis, Zidane, Dwayne Johnson (The Rock); However, for women, alopecia is suffered as a catastrophic problem. In addition, although it may seem that it does not happen to anyone else, it affects between 5 and 10% of women. The most frequent alopecia among women is androgenetic alopecia (due to male hormones) and telogen alopecia: transient hair loss due to stress, hormonal changes or insufficient diet.
When do you start to notice the effects?
The transplanted hair begins to grow after 4 months after the hair transplant in Jalandhar and from then on it will grow at a normal rate of 1 – 1.5 cm per month. Baldness is a progressive process. Hair in the frontal region and in the upper region is lost because it is hormone-dependent. Hair located on the sides and in the lower posterior region is not hormone-dependent. This area is usually maintained until the age of 60 – 70 years. The hair transplant surgeon transfers the person’s own hair roots from non-hormone dependent areas to hormone-dependent areas.