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Hair Loss Facts

I came across a very nice article that tries to answer some of our assumptions on hair loss; The facts are well stated below: Balding is caused by shrinking of follicles leading to thinning of hair other than massive amounts of hair loss. Hair loss is inherited from the both the mother and fathers side. […]

Does Hair Transplant Have Side Effects?

There are no lasting effects of the hair transplant surgery. However, there are some temporary effects appearing the first 3 months after the surgery. Listed below are the side effects and how you can avoid/ get rid of them. Swelling of the forehead and under the eyes – from our observation, this occurs in 30-40% […]

What is U-FUE Undetectable/Unshaven FUE?

U-FUE stands for Unshaven or Undetectable FUE, where hair is not shaved during the surgery. In the traditional FUE, all hair must be shaved to facilitate extraction and placement of grafts since most of the hair transplant surgery equipment only works with shaven hair. In U-FUE, only the grafts to be extracted are cut and […]

Can you get bald after hair transplant?

You will barely lose your transplanted hair, that is guaranteed. However you might lose some of the original hair if you genetically have the male pattern baldness characteristic. There are several treatments available that would help you maintain your existing hair; most of them have been mentioned by my colleagues. You need to consult a […]

FUE or FUT?

The basic answer to this question lies on the patient’s concerns. Most patients are scared of having a visible linear scar, others are scared of shaving off all the hair. FUT and FUE are equally effective depending on the physician handling the case. There is no better or worse method. The patient needs to think […]

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