Hair transplant surgery is a procedure used to treat Baldness. Various techniques are available, but all hair transplants involve taking hair-bearing follicles from one part of the scalp and grafting these pieces of skin onto bald or thinning areas of the scalp or areas of trauma.
Hair loss may be due to common male pattern baldness (also known as androgenetic alopecia), scalp inflammation or injury to the scalp. Injuries from burns, scalds, and surgery or car accidents may leave permanent areas of hair loss that can be concealed by hair transplantation.
Certain inflammatory diseases such as lichen planus, lupus or morphea can also lead to permanent areas of hair loss that are suitable for transplantation.
In Australia, most hair transplants are performed to treat male pattern baldness.
If you are concerned about the way you look or are thinking about cosmetic treatments to boost your confidence, there are alternatives. These include prescription medication, over-the-counter minoxidil lotion or accepting yourself the way you are.
Hair transplantation is not a cure for male pattern baldness. The transplants will cover bald scalp, but they will not protect you from further hair loss. As male pattern baldness is a progressive condition for most men, it might be worth considering combining surgery with medical treatments to slow down the balding process. Discuss this with your doctor.
Bliss Skin,Hair and Dental Clinic performs both FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) and FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant surgeries. FUT, also known as “Strip harvesting” technique, results in a linear scar in the donor area. Where as the FUE is an advance and minimally invasive hair transplant procedure which involves harvesting one hair follicle at a time, leaving almost no marks,allowing an individual to wear his or her hair short.
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