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Who Can Have A Hair Transplantation?

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Who Can Have A Hair Transplantation?

In our day to day, almost fifty percent of men over the age of 50 face the hair loss problem. Thus, hair transplantation is the most frequent cosmetic surgery for men. Hair loss is not a condition specific to men.

Many women also experience hair loss or thinning problems. Genetic features are one of the most important causes of hair loss, but it may also occur as a result of ageing, traumatic injuries or various medical disorders.

Hair transplantation can be successfully performed for all people with a sufficient amount of hair follicles which means a strong donor area regardless of the cause of hair loss.

The weakness and the strength of the donor area is not only about the number of grafts can be extracted. Grafts are separated as; singles, doubles, triples and quadruplets.

With a strong donor hair; the person would have triples and quadruplets more than singles and doubles. With a weak/medium donor hair the person would have singles and doubles more than triples and quadruples.

If you have a very weak donor area, you would not be eligible to go under hair transplantation.

If you are a suitable candidate for hair transplantation, contact with Civas Hair Transplant is best hair transplant clinic in Turkey

Aspects to consider before a Hair Transplant Surgery

Your age

To improve the success rate of the hair transplant surgery, the surgeon determines the hair loss pattern. For men under 25 years, some medications are offered as part of the initial treatment. Your age also determines the hair transplant design. For instance, if you are suffering from pattern hair loss, you’re likely to continue losing non-transplanted hair throughout your life. And it’s a key factor for all hair transplant surgeons.

The cause of hair loss

There are various causes of hair loss. These range from certain medications, illnesses and vitamin or protein deficiency to hereditary factors. The best way to choose a suitable remedy is by figuring out the cause of your hair loss. While you can’t be sure of this, your doctor can help you determine the best solution.

The type of hair transplant surgery

There are different hair transplant surgeries. These are the FUT and FUE. FUT is only successful when conducted by a qualified doctor and not a general physician. On the other hand, FUE can be performed by a surgeon, dermatologist, or a skilled allopathic doctor.

The procedure involves removing parts of your hair and transplanting it to the thinning areas. How this is done varies between the procedures. It’s advisable to choose rightly and pick the most suitable procedure for your case. To achieve this, consult a skilled consultant surgeon to determine the various hair transplant surgeries available, their effects, success rates, and after-care procedures.

Alternative remedies

There are various ways to deal with balding and hair loss for example, medications, herbal remedies, dietary changes, and laser combs. For this reason, it’s vital to discuss this issue with your doctor; they will examine your scalp, the causes of balding, and advice on the most suitable procedure for dealing with your problem.


Like other medical procedures, hair transplants with a certain degree of risk and side effects. Some of the minor complexities are;

  • Temporary hair thinning of the pre-existing hair.
  • Bleeding
  • Numbness
  • Swelling

The skills & expertise of the transplant surgeon

The type of expertise engaged determines the success of the procedure. Also, the scarring on the donor part and the technique for extracting the hair follicles depends on the skills of the specialists. It’s then critical to engage a surgeon specializing in hair transplants and with years of experience performing similar surgeries. Why is this important? Such surgeries can’t be reversed, and you want to avoid mistakes at all costs.

The cost of the transplant

The procedure requires a team of qualified surgeons and support staff. If you’re seeking a low-cost hair restoration method, this may not be ideal. With the level of expertise required in hair transplants, you expect to pay a significant amount of money. For his reason, the cost is a crucial determining factor. Besides, cheap transplants performed by unskilled surgeons can have adverse long-term effects.

  • The transplant technique used.
  • The stage of baldness or extent of hair loss
  • The number of grafts on your scalp
  • The surgeon- their reputation and popularity
  • The type of clinic and the location

Choose a surgeon with lots of experience and consider the expertise of the support staff. Make lots of research on the different types of hair transplants and choose one that suits your case. Lastly, talk to your doctor about the best to care for your scalp, which expedites the healing process.

At What Age Is Hair Transplant Appropriate?

Question: I am 22 years old and I started losing my hair 3 years ago. My hair loss is genetic as my father and elder brother have hair loos too. Is it advisable for me to do a hair transplant now?

You are right, if your hair loss is genetic, you are more likely to lose more hair in the future. Lets say you do a hair transplant now, improve the density of your frontal hair, the temples and hairline. You will just look good for a few years before it catches up with you. In say 4-5 years when you are 29, the density of your frontal and crown hair will reduce, while the hairline and temples will remain permanently dense. You may have a chance to do another surgery at that time, since your donor hair might still be healthy. But think about it; the more you age, the more hair you lose, resulting in unnaturally distributed hair, thus the more you will crave for more hair transplants until you might no longer have sufficient donor area. So, to avoid being caught up in this chain, its better to wait until you are about 27-30, when your hair loss pattern will be stable, and you are no-longer losing more hair. At that time, a permanent donor hair can be selected and a realistic hair transplant plan can be done catering for your future hair loss.Then you can do the hair transplant surgery. As of now, you should greatly consider maintaining your existing hair, and preventing further hair loss. You need to see a hair loss specialist, who should prescribe medication like finasteride, minoxidil, rogaine, propecia accordingly that will help maintain your existing hair.

The main reasons why patients should not have a hair transplant in their early 20s is first their unrealistic expectations at that time. At that time, they want to have dense frontal hair and hairline. With this greed, they demand lots of grafts to be transplanted, not considering the future. Eventually, they end up not having enough donor hair for the future to correct the unnatural looking appearance with further hair loss. Secondly, since their hair loss has not matured yet, the probability of selecting a fully stable donor area is low. That leaves a likelihood of some of the transplanted hair to be lost too if the donor hair was not precisely well selected.

Update Date: 19.08.2023
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