Aging is a natural process that affects every individual throughout their lifespan. This natural process brings with itself an array of changes that include wrinkling of skin, greying of the hairs and eventually, hair fall. While the process itself cannot be avoided or slowed down, the changes itself can be stopped, if not reverted.

Hair transplant surgery is an innovative way to reverse hair fall and treat other hair related problems like male pattern baldness and alopecia. While the procedure was reserved for the most exclusive class of people and celebrities in the past, more and more people have been jumping into the wagon, persuaded by the promising hair transplant Results.

Here are a few Hair Transplant facts that you might not have known:

Hair Transplants are a Permanent Solution

Hair Transplant procedure is a permanent solution to address your hair fall and balding problems. Essentially, your own hair is transplanted throughout the head, thus masking the problem areas. There is a certain degree of commitment when it comes to hair transplant procedure. You cannot simply get rid of the results as easily as you can take off a wig. A reputed hair transplant doctor in Delhi recommends that you should go for a consultation before you commit to the surgical procedure.

Post-Surgery Care is Essential

DermaClinix, which is a popular hair transplant clinic in Delhi offers consultation with dermatologists of repute who can advise the patients about the pre-op and post-op care which is an essential part of the procedure. While hair transplant procedure is not a major surgery, there is still some scarring and proper care of the transplanted area needs to be taken to make sure it does not get infected. In case of any blisters or infection, immediate medical attention should be sought.

There are Many Types of Hair Transplant Procedures

There are different procedures in hair transplantation, two of the most used ones being FUT or a strip strategy and FUE, also known as Follicular Unit Extraction. The FUT is honed broadly because of its cost viability; however, it leaves a scar which can be successfully covered by the hair specialist by methods for a "Trichophytic closure". With this sort of conclusion, hair develops along the scar line in this way concealing it. FUE is a non-surgical tool or no suture method which is prescribed for the individuals who might want to keep the shorter length of hair and leaves a far better result than FUT. In this process, each follicle is individually harvested from the back of the head and transplanted on to the problem sites.

Adjust Your Expectations

Hair transplantation does not necessarily leave you with a head brimming with thick and luscious hair. Hair transplant results will differ as indicated by the sort of hair, the degree of sparseness and the measure of hair accessible in the benefactor territory and a myriad other factors which would vary from individual to individual. Hence, it is always advisable to consult a doctor before opting for a hair transplant procedure.

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