Hair loss is a major problem that both men and women face at different times in their lives. The most common type of genetically determined alopecia is androgenetic alopecia. Other factors, like nutrition, hormones, and the environment, can also play a role. Androgenetic alopecia is caused by the action of DHT (dihydrotestosterone), the active form of the hormone testosterone, on the receptors found in hair follicles.
Principles of Hair Transplantation:
In hair transplant surgery, the concept of 'Donor Dominance' is applied. Hair on the back and sides of the head continue to develop throughout a man's life, even if he has severe hair loss. This hair is unaffected by hormonal influences. Hair that has been transplanted into bald spots grows normally and can be washed, trimmed, and styled as desired. Most patients would require 4,000 - 5,000 or more grafts from this donor hair-transplant-banner, which can be done in one or more sessions, according to the top hair transplant clinic in Delhi. Additional hair transplant sessions may be required as the person matures and baldness progresses.
Though it's impossible to predict the exact pattern of hair loss, it's critical to remember that more hair loss is probably certain. Hair loss can be treated with medical therapy, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), laser hair stimulation, and hair transplantation (FUE, Body Hair transplant). Although medical hair loss treatment can help to reduce hair loss, the overall improvement is small.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE): In the FUE procedure, micro-punches of 0.8 and 1.0 mm diameter are used to extract follicular units one by one from the back of the scalp. Because the donor area heals in a few days without leaving a visible scar, stitches are not necessary. The majority of our patients are back to their daily routines in less than two days after surgery, with minimal postoperative pain.
Advanced Fue (Bio-Stimulated Fue): This treatment combines FUE hair transplantation with Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (PRP), which stimulates STEM CELLS and enhances both residual and transplanted hairs by infusing high concentrations of growth factors directly into the hair roots.
These growth factors are taken from the blood of the patient. PRP is immunologically neutral, posing no risk of allergy, hypersensitivity, or foreign-body reactions because it is derived from the patient's own body. The hair follicles to be transplanted are stored in a special solution that contains the patient's own growth factors, and this concentrated growth factor solution is injected into the entire affected area at the end of the procedure.