The degree of baldness is important.The physician and the team who will perform the operation should be experienced in this regard.The expectation of the person who will get the hair transplantation should be realistic.
The most radical and permanent solution to hair loss and baldness, for both male and female, is hair transplantation. It is a process of transferring the healthy hair follicles to the region that is either diluted or bald. This process is quite satisfactory when the hair transplant is performed by specialists and under appropriate conditions.
Although hair follicles have been known for about 100 years, 1945s was the year when it was frequently used. However successful and satisfactory results have been observed since the 1990s. As a result, hair transplantation is the most effective method to get rid of baldness today.
There are many factors that affect the outcome and success of the hair transplantation.
Let's list some of them briefly.
The degree of baldness is important. The physician and the team who will perform the operation should be experienced in this regard. The expectation of the person who will get the hair transplantation should be realistic.
Anyone who has a problem of baldness and is looking for a solution to this problem through hair transplantation should have a realistic expectation of the outcome. On the other hand, if the person does not have a realistic expectation, and if the results to be obtained are not fully explained, the result may not be satisfactory. If this person has a realistic expectation for the outcome, the team and the patient will both feel satisfied.
Can Women Also Benefit From Hair Transplantation?
Can people tell that you have had a hair transplantation operation?
When will the transplanted hair grows?
What should be done after hair transplantation?
Adjusting the Density of the Hair
FUE Technique and its Advantages
What to do before The Hair Transplantation?
Who can get Hair Transplantation?
What Is Hair Transplantation?
Reasons for Hair Loss
Preventing Hair Loss
Frequently Asked Questions