Hair Transplantation

Causes of Hair Loss: Hair loss can be caused by genetic factors, hereditary predisposition, stress, and environmental factors. Understanding the underlying cause is essential for determining the most effective treatment.

Prevention and Non-invasive Therapies: Preventing hair loss involves maintaining a healthy lifestyle, managing stress, and using non-invasive treatments such as topical medications, laser therapy, and dietary supplements.

Hair Transplantation: Hair transplantation is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that involves redistributing healthy hair-producing follicles from one area of the body to areas where hair is thinning or bald. This procedure is usually performed by experienced and qualified surgeons.

Day Care Surgery Unit: Hair transplantation is often done as a day care surgery, which means the patient can return home on the same day of the procedure. It’s a relatively quick recovery process, and most patients can resume their normal activities within 48 hours.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE): FUE is one of the most common hair transplantation techniques. It involves the extraction of individual follicular units (hair germ) from a donor area (usually the back or sides of the head) and then placing them in the bald or thinning areas. One of the advantages of FUE is that it leaves minimal to no visible scarring.

Natural Hair Growth: The transplanted hair follicles continue to grow natural hair throughout the patient’s life. This makes the results of a successful hair transplantation appear more natural and aesthetically pleasing.