What is hair transplant?
Hair transplantation is a type of surgery that transplants hair roots from a part of the body that is resistant to hereditary hair loss to the part where hair is falling. This method is one of the most effective methods of repairing and restoring lost hair, in which natural hair is transplanted to the part that is falling out. 1 to 4 strands of hair grow in a hair bulb. Today, new methods are used in which the hair bulb is transferred without any change. Hair transplantation is done for parts of the body such as head, beard, eyebrows, eyelashes and scarred parts. The implanted follicles remain in the shedding area for the rest of the person’s life. 1,500 to 3,000 hair grafts are transplanted in one hair transplant session, which usually lasts one day. Hair transplant surgery is performed on an outpatient basis and anesthesia is injected in the area where the hair is to be transplanted, and the patient does not feel pain, and it is only possible to feel pain after the operation, which is normal. After the operation, there is no need to rest and the person can do his work the day after the operation. Between 3 and 5 months after the operation, the transplanted hair grows. The success rate of hair transplantation is 98%, which depends on the doctor’s expertise.