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Hair Transplant Surgery – How is the surgery performed?

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by Dr Ajaya Kashyap » July 15, 2017 at 5:17 am #194749

When it comes to hair transplant surgery, there are several important things that might strike your mind. Though it is one of the most commonly performed procedures, it is intricate and requires expertise to achieve the best results. If you are considering the procedure then you should have an idea about the procedure.

How is a hair transplant surgery performed?

To begin with, it is important to know that there are different types of hair transplant procedures performed to eliminate the problem of baldness and hair loss @ . The several methods involved depend on the area that is thinning or balding and the kind of look a person wants to achieve. However, in all cases, hair follicles are moved from one part of the body to the affected area and transferred or grafted.

Usually, hair transplant surgeon makes use of local anesthesia while performing the procedure. In some cases, IV is added as well. It is only in rare cases that general anesthesia is administered. The surgeon would remove the donor area, and the left behind scar would be concealed by the existinghair. The surgeon would divide the removed scalp into several different small segments, each comprising of several or a single hair. These small pieces of hair will then be transplanted into the thinning or bald area on patient’s head.

Remember that the success of the procedure depends on the skills and experience of the surgeon you have chosen. It is one of the main reasons why one should choose a hair transplant surgeon with great care.

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