Hair transplantation aims to restore hair growth to scalp areas with limited or incomplete growth. Many are effective treatments for hair loss, but they cannot stop future hair loss. For lasting results, people may need follow-up transplants.
Hair loss and thinning hair is a normal part of aging, but it can also occur due to a medical condition or trauma to the scalp. Some people who experience hair loss may prefer hair transplantation for cosmetic or reconstructive reasons.
Prior to hair transplantation, a preliminary interview and examination is performed with the patient. In this interview, the patient's hair analysis and some blood tests are performed. As a result, the patient is given the suitability for surgery.
When hair transplantation is done, first the patient's anterior hair line is drawn and then some drawings are made which shows how much grafts will be transplanted to which region and how much grafts will be taken from which region. Following these determinations, local anesthesia is applied to the patient and grafting is started. The grafts are taken one by one and arranged in a special plane. The grafts that are considered to be insufficient for sowing are then screened. After this, tiny canals are opened in the area to be sown. These canals are exactly the size to fit the grafts. This also facilitates attachment of the grafts.
Hair transplantation is an effective procedure for correcting hair growth following many causes of hair loss. The success rate of hair transplantation depends on many factors such as the skill and experience of the surgeon and the thickness of the donor hair.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), hair transplantation can provide a modest change in hair fullness. For dramatic changes, people may prefer skin flap surgery, tissue enlargement or scalp reduction techniques. There is no large study listing specific hair transplantation success rates. However, a few small studies and articles provide some information about the effectiveness of these procedures.
One research found that most people who underwent FUE using body or beard hair with scalp hair were satisfied with the mean follow-up of 2.9 years. The average overall satisfaction score among the 79 participants was 8.3.
The results of another study showed that FUE and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment increased the success of FUE hair transplantation. All participants in the PRP group had more than 75% hair growth after 6 months. They improved hair density and skin healing faster than the non-PRP group.
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