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Hair Transplants and Hair Restoration 
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Can someone tell me what happen after Transplants and undergone hair restoration surgery that mean actual hairs ?


Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:53 am
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Hair transplantation is favored more because

It is the most effective process for with male pattern baldness. The surgery involves removal of the scalp’s hair-bearing portion and transplanting it onto the bald area. Recent technological advances have made hair transplantation so convenient and affordable that it is today the most popular method of medical hair restoration.

Hair transplantation Procedure:

Hair transplantation surgery is a delicate affair calling for a series of precautions. In the surgery that takes Maximum of 7 hours the scalp is treated with certain antibacterial chemicals and then shampooed.

The surgery involves harvesting a strip of hair from the scalp’s hairy area, or the donor strip, that measures 1-1.5 x 15-30 cm. Great care is taken while removing the excess fatty tissue to ensure that the vital follicular cells doesn't get wasted. Using binocular microscopes for close inspection the surgeon will be making pores in the graft-receiving sites with a fine needle. These are then arranged according to a predetermined density and pattern and the individual grafts placed on the problem patches. Normally 50 grafts per square centimeter are considered enough for providing acceptable hair density.

When done this method properly of medical hair restoration can yield breathtaking results. It becomes hard to tell whether the hair is natural or been transplanted. Surgery is also convenient because much less time is used up in separating the follicular units and their transplantation in the problem areas. :ugeek: :geek:


Fri Apr 29, 2011 7:31 am
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Safety measure of surgery
Don't drink alcohol for a selected period before surgery.
After surgery, don't use shampoo or exposed to sunlight for some days.
Finally the person loses hair in only the areas where none was transplanted.


Fri Apr 29, 2011 8:47 am
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Hair Transplant Growth Phases.

1 to 6 Days After Operation:

The first few days after the surgery the average patient can expect swelling in the forehead area. This usually begins on day 3 and is completely dissipated by day 5 maximum 7. The patient also develops very small blood clots at the incision sites which happens in Rare cases and these usually flake off in anywhere from five to seven days. Any redness that has lingered after the surgery is usually gone by day 7 and the recipient area is slightly pinkish for the next few weeks.
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Thu May 26, 2011 4:40 am
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After transplant, some scabbing is present as well as moderate redness. Swelling may appear on the forehead. Swelling usually has subsided. Redness is faint or absent. The hair transplant looks and feels like a week-old beard. at the end of 3rd week, The transplanted hair continues to shed. Patients may get haircuts :), but those patient who are concern about whether it is safe or not then they must go through http://my-hair-clinic.co.uk/treatment-a ... em-method/ , they will get to know that FUE treatment method is safest in the world


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