Hair Plantation

If you're considering for hair plantation, Hair restoration advice will give you a basic understanding and hair loss treatment of the variety of procedures involved. It can't answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on your individual circumstances.

The Best Surgeons for Hair Plantation

The Best surgeons for Hair plantation surgery can enhance your appearance and your self-confidence, but the results won't necessarily match your ideal. Before you decide to have surgery, think carefully about your expectations and discuss them with our surgeon.

It's important to understand that all hair plantation techniques use your existing hair. The goal of surgery is to find the most efficient uses for existing hair.

Hair plantation candidates must have healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas. Donor areas are the places on the head from which grafts and flaps are taken. Other factors, such as hair color, texture and waviness or curliness may also affect the cosmetic result. There are a number of techniques used in hair replacement surgery. Sometimes, two or more techniques are used to achieve the best results.

Hair plantation techniques, such as punch grafts, mini-grafts, micro-grafts, slit grafts, and strip grafts are generally performed on patients who desire a more modest change in hair fullness. Flaps, tissue-expansion and scalp-reduction are procedures that are usually more appropriate for patients who desire a more dramatic change.

In hair plantation procedures, there is a risk that some of the grafts won't take. Although it is normal for the hair contained within the plugs to fall out before establishing re-growth in its new location, sometimes the skin plug dies and surgery must be repeated. When hair loss progresses after surgery, an unnatural, patchy look may result-especially if the newly-placed hair lies next to patches of hair that continue to thin out. If this happens, additional surgery may be required.

Planning of Hair Plantation


Hair plantation surgery is an individualized treatment. To make sure that every surgical option is available to you, at hair restoration advice you will find doctors who have experience performing all types of replacement techniques-flaps and tissue expansion as well as transplants.

In your initial consultation, our surgeon will evaluate your hair growth and loss, review your family history of hair loss, and find out if you've had any previous hair plantation surgery. Our surgeon will also ask you about your lifestyle and discuss your expectations and goals for surgery.

Medical conditions that could cause problems during or after surgery, such as uncontrolled high blood pressure, blood-clotting problems, or the tendency to form excessive scars, are also checked by our doctor. Be sure to tell our surgeon if you smoke or are taking any drugs or medications, especially aspirin or other drugs that affect clotting.

If you decide to have hair replacement surgery, our surgeon will explain anesthesia, the type of facility where the surgery will be performed, and the risks and cost involved. Don't hesitate to ask our doctor any questions.

Make sure you understand our surgeon's plan-which procedures will be used and how long each will take. Ask our doctor to give you an idea of what you will look like after the procedure or, in the case of grafts, after each stage of treatment.

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