A surgical technique which involves moving hair follicles from one part of the body (donor site) to a balding or bald part of the body (recipient site), hair transplant has become rather common nowadays. Though hair transplants are generally performed to treat male and female pattern baldness, they can also be performed to restore beard hair, chest hair, eyebrows, eyelashes, or pubic hair. Hair transplants can also be performedto fill in any scars that have been caused by surgeries or accidents.Hair transplants are performed as outpatient procedures, with local anesthesia and the option for mild sedation.
There are a number of techniques that can be employed for harvesting hair follicles. Each technique has its own benefits and drawbacks.The main two harvest techniques that are employed are follicular unit extraction and strip excision harvesting.
Follicular Unit Extraction
In this technique, individual units of follicles (containing 1 – 4 hair) are removed from the donor site and grafted on to the recipient site using micro blades or fine needles.
This is one of the most common techniques followed in hair transplants.Under this technique, a strip of skin is harvested from the donor site. From this strip, individual follicular units are dissected for transplantation.
Temporary Thinning of Pre-Existing Hair
No procedure is completely risk free. The risks and side effects that may occur after a hair transplant procedure include:
The healing sites are usually very small so that the scarring is almost undetectable.In most cases the restored hairline is virtually undetectable.
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