Opting For A Hair Transplant To End Baldness

Opting For A Hair Transplant To End Baldness

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Most of us take some things in lives for granted, but when they are gone, we really get to understand how important they were to us in building us and making us respected in public. Losing hair is one of the hardest things to deal with, especially when you are used to keeping it long or at a certain level. Hair transplants have become the best solution that many yearn for in case other solutions don’t work. Hair Transplant procedures have been performed in developed countries since the 1950s and as of now, they are just becoming better due to technological advancement.

Having a hair transplant in Canada will have one to choose from FUE or FUSS. In FUE, a surgeon may have to trim the donor area and harvests hair follicles one by one and then implants them in the slits made in the recipient region. This whole procedure happens after local anesthesia is administered to the patient to create numbness. As the donor area heals, the dots will be left behind, but they are covered by the hair.

With the Follicular Unit Strip Surgery, a surgeon will have to numb the head and will cut a strip normally 6 to 10 inches of hair from the donor area. The wound is sutured while the technicians divide the strip into 500 to 2000 hair grafts. It can be individual hair or a few hairs to be implanted in the recipient region. The surgery may last for 6 to 8 hours depending on the area affected, grafts to be harvested, and the type of hair transplant used. The hair that grows back after 3 months is your natural hair, which can be styled in any way you desire.