Because you want to look your best, you’ve decided to get a hair transplant. If you do your homework, the procedure should be relatively painless and well worth it in the end. Here are some tips on how to choose the right surgeon and ensure that your hair transplant goes as planned.
What is a FUE Procedure
There are two different hair transplant procedures that can be performed. The first is called FUT or Follicular Unit Transplant. This procedure takes hair from the back of your head, where there is a lot of hair, and moves it to an area with little or no hair. The second is called FUE, which stands for follicular unit extraction. With this procedure, your surgeon will remove individual hairs one-by-one from the donor area (usually in back) and transplant them individually into small areas that need coverage. While both procedures have their advantages and disadvantages, they both generally result in long-term success.
What is a FUT Procedure
The FUT procedure is one of the most common procedures performed today and is also referred to as strip harvesting. It involves removing a thin layer of hair from the back of your head, which then grows back within six months. This section of hair is then used for transplantation onto areas that are balding or thinning. There are three different ways in which this hair transplant can be done: with individual grafts, in small groups (follicular unit), or with larger grafts that cover larger areas (follicular unit). The Alborj Hair Clinic surgeons will determine which type would be best for you based on your medical history and desired results.
What Is The Difference Between A Board-Certified Doctor And A Noncertified Doctor
Board-certified doctors have been rigorously trained in the medical specialty of hair restoration and are required to have passed an examination by one of six prestigious American Board of Medical Specialties. Noncertified doctors typically do not take this rigorous training and may not know about all available surgical options for hair restoration.Alborj Hair Clinic is board-certified, so you can be assured that your treatment will be handled by a highly qualified doctor.
How Do I Know My Surgeon Is Good
Choosing a surgeon can be difficult, but it pays to do your research. If you know of someone who has had a hair transplant, you may want to ask them for their recommendation. If not, ask around your community and see if anyone knows someone who has had one done. You can also visit our website for more information on Alborj Hair Clinic and other surgeons in the area.
What’s The Average Cost Of A Hair Transplant?
The cost of hair restoration is based on several factors, including the following: The type of procedure. Some procedures, such as transplants, are more complex than others and carry a higher price tag. Your geographic location. For example, you may be charged less in one area than in another. The surgeon’s experience level. A surgeon who has been performing transplants for many years will charge more than one who is just getting started with this particular procedure.
Are There Other Ways To Get Grafts Without Surgery?
There are other options for hair transplants without surgery, including transplants using your own hair. While these methods aren’t as effective, they can be helpful if you’re in need of an emergency fix or if you’re not comfortable with surgery. And these procedures are less expensive than surgical procedures as well. One option is scalp micropigmentation, which involves tattooing individual hairs onto the scalp to create a more natural look. Another option is follicular unit extraction (FUE), which uses an instrument that extracts hair follicles from their roots one at a time and grafts them onto bald patches of skin. Both of these methods come with their own risks and benefits, so it’s best to consult with an experienced professional before deciding on either.
What Do I Do After Surgery?
As with any surgery, there are certain things you should do after your hair transplant. It is important that you follow these recommendations so that you can have the best post-surgery experience possible. Do not shampoo your head for 48 hours after surgery. You will be given antibiotic ointment which should last for 2-3 days and then you can use an over-the-counter dandruff shampoo. You should also use this shampoo on your eyebrows and eyelashes to prevent infection of those areas as well. Do not brush or comb your scalp until it has fully healed (usually around one month). This is when having hair extensions in your hair can be very beneficial!