Transplantation of Thinning Hair

Transplantation of Thinning Hair

Transplantation of Thinning Hair

Transplantation of Thinning Hair

Hair thinning is a common complaint amongst our society. Unfortunately, hair thinning has not a possible cure except surgical operations.

Why does hair become thin?

Main reason of hair thinning is usually genetic heritages. Hair may be lost from different regions of the head because of genetic reasons. Those lost follicles may not grow again. Hair may be lost or become thin because of excessive stress and heavy physical working conditions during social life besides genetic reasons. Those are ordinary conditions in life period.

Transplantation of thinning hair

As normal hair transplantation operations hair can be transplanted on thinning region by taking healthy hair follicles from body or nape of the neck. However, differently from normal hair transplantation hair should be transplanted carefully. Because the harmony between the existing hair and transplanted hair is extremely important.

In a badly performed hair transplantation operation, if the transplantation has been performed inharmoniously with existing hair, hair transplantation scars will be obvious and patient will not be satisfied with this transplantation.

Therefore those operations should be performed by paying extra attention than normal hair transplantation operations. Ideally performed thinning eliminating hair transplantation should be undistinguishable for social environment.

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  2. Minoxidil (Rogaine™) is the only FDA approved mreattent for hair loss for women. Most products that claim to help hair loss are either false and misleading or they might include minoxidil as their active ingredient. Go see a qualified hair restoration expert in your area. I would recommend Dr. Robert Niedbalski in Seattle as one of the top physicians in this field. He is skilled and knowledgeable about all option.Although hair transplantation is one option, I emphasize the importance of combining laser therapy with any mreattent program.Studies have shown minoxidil works better when combined with laser therapy. Because hair transplantation doesn’t stop hair loss, but moves hair from one place to the other, you don’t want to give up on any hair that could be stimulated to grow and maintain density. +4Was this answer helpful?

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