Hair Transplant Crown

Hair transplant is done everywhere in the world to treat baldness. A large number of people suffer from baldness nowadays. With the improvement in economical conditions and resources of people, this procedure is becoming common for people who previously believed that it is an expensive surgery. There are two types of baldness patterns, namely the male pattern baldness and the female pattern baldness. In male pattern baldness, men start losing their hair from the frontal hairline, which is the front line of hair on the forehead. Hair fall causes the hairline to recede and form an ‘M’ shape, making the hair line recede more above the temples. Male pattern baldness causes hair to be lost from the top of the head as well and as baldness increases the receded hairline and the bald patch on the top of the head combine to form a large bald area, leaving hair growth only at the back and sides of the head. The top of the head is also called the crown. In male pattern baldness, usually men go for a hair transplant on the cr own of the head. In the early stages of baldness, the crown of the head has scanty growth but is not totally bear. Only after consulting a surgeon can the patient know how many grafts will be needed to cover the hair gaps totally. If the baldness is of a higher degree, the bald patch will be more and will naturally need more grafts. In many cases, the baldness in male pattern only causes hair loss at the crown of the head while the bald patch is not visible from the front. Any kind of hair transplant is challenging for the surgeon since it means that the hair follicle should be planted at the right place in order to be able to grow by taking nutrition from the scalp. In many men, the bald patch on the crown of the head has no hair at all and is shiny. For an unskilled surgeon it is hard to place the follicles correctly, which may cause them to fall out. The skin at the crown of the head is stretched and thick, and an experienced surgeon only can perform a successful result. This is why it is highly recommended for candidates to do proper research prior to surgery so that they make the right choice and in the process of doing so, they also get to know about their own baldness and what course should be taken. Once the surgeon is decided and consulted, initial talks are held in which the surgeon informs his patient about the procedural steps and also prepares him about what to expect. The patient also shares his concerns and expectations with the doctor. Once the hair transplant procedure is done, every patient must be prepared for hair fall, which is only temporary and will subside within a period of three months. An individual can see full hair growth in a period of ten months to a year.

Hair Transplant Crown

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