Reasons For Hair Loss

The primary cause for hair loss is hereditary condition. The form of hair loss which the elders of the family suffered from will pass to the descendents. However, hair losses are not the same. Environmental conditions, stress, hormonal changes and different health problems determine the cause and type of hair loss.

Hair Transplant

We begin to lose our hair permanently with aging. This hair loss is more common in men. Hair is important for humans in terms of their physical appearance. Hair loss may also cause psychological problems.

Hair transplantation is a surgical technique that removes hair follicles from the hairy areas (donor area) to a bald or balding part of the head (recipient area).

The purpose of hair transplantation is to preserve the remaining hair while planting hair in balding areas.

Scientific studies has established that a full-bodied appearance of hair increases peoples self-esteem. It is also a fact that people with thick hair look younger than their peers.

Hair transplantation is a microsurgical operation performed under local anesthesia and the results of the operation are permanent. For this reason, it should be performed in clinics.

Who Can Have Hair Transplant?

Hair transplant can be applied to anyone who wants to have fuller and thicker hair. The people who comply with the conditions listed below are suitable for hair transplant.

  • People experiencing hereditary or hormonal hair loss.
  • People who have had a hair transplant before but are not satisfied.
  • People who have received medical treatments but are dissapointed about them.
  • People who do not gave time for long medical treatments and seek solutions in a single session.
  • People who have lost their hair as a result of burns or trauma.
  • People who have lost their hair due to illness.

Who Cannot Have Hair Transplant?

People who have the conditions listed below cannot have a hair transplant.

  • People with chronic diseases such as heart failure, hypertension, kidney or liver failure etc.
  • People with cancer.
  • People with treatment-resistant panic disorder.
  • Pregnant women.
  • People who are completely bald.
  • People who are HIV positive or Hepatitis C positive.
  • People who have congenital baldness.
  • People with signs of hemophilia in a blood test.

FAQ

Although variables such as the area where hair will be transplanted, the size of this area, the hair and skin structure of the patient will determine the duration of the procedure, it usually takes 4 to 6 hours.

Hair transplant is performed under local anesthesia and sedation. You will feel no pain. You will be conscious and able to speak during the operation.

You need to take into consideration your specialist's recommendations regarding the method that might work best for you. The requests of the person and the characteristics of the skin and hair are also determining factors in this decision.

Performed by a specialist experienced in this field, the results of the hair transplant are 100% effective and will satisfy all patients. Hair transplant is not a promise or a claim, it is a proven treatment.

There is no obstacle to going out after the procedure. You need to talk to your doctor about the points you have to consider before and after the operation.

The new hair begins to grow about 3 months after the hair transplantat, and reaches its required length in 6 months.

The hair taken from the parts of the body that are resistant to hair loss will maintain this resistance to hair loss even after the transplant procedure is completed.

People will not recognize that you had a hair transplant, because we will implant the grafts in the direction and angle that your hair grows.

Variables such as the skin and hair of the patient, the technique to be applied and the size of the area to be transplanted are determinants on the price of the procedure.

Plastic surgeons will carry out the procedure with the help of competent and experienced specialists and health care professionals.

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