Hair loss can be devastating to those who have experienced it, whether it was caused by your genetics, stress, or hormones. It’s not uncommon to feel like you’ve lost your identity because of hair loss and it can make you feel completely self-conscious, even around your close friends and family members. But there’s good news! You might be surprised to hear that you’re actually a great candidate for a hair transplant procedure!
Who can benefit from a hair transplant?
There are many reasons why you might want to consider a hair transplant. For example, if you have experienced significant hair loss due to medical treatments, such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy. If you suffer from severe scarring from an accident or other trauma. Or if your family has had patterns of baldness in the past that you’re at risk for inheriting. What can be surprising is that even people who are not experiencing any symptoms whatsoever may be good candidates for a hair transplant because the procedure can help prevent future hair loss and thinning. People who experience hair loss often lose their confidence and sense of personal attractiveness – and so it’s important to take action before your self-esteem suffers too much damage.
What causes baldness?
Hair loss is typically caused by genetics and/or male pattern baldness, but can also be caused by other factors such as stress or health issues. Most of the time, people lose hair from their temples and crown because this is where hairline recedes the most. The first thing you should do is make sure you see a dermatologist before you do anything else. If they tell you that your hair loss isn’t due to any health problems, then Alborj Hair Clinic can help with your problem. They offer free consultations and advice about transplantation procedures so you can find out if it’s right for you.
What are the options when it comes to hair transplants?
There are two main options when it comes to hair transplants. The first is follicular unit transplantation, or FUT. This procedure harvests individual hair follicles from the back of your head and inserts them into thinning areas of your scalp. The second option is called follicular unit extraction, or FUE. In this approach, a surgeon removes individual strands of hair from the back of your head and implants them in thinning areas on the front of your scalp. There are advantages and disadvantages for both methods, but ultimately it will come down to personal preference which one you choose.
How much does a hair transplant cost?
When you hear the word hair transplant, your first thoughts might be of celebrities who have undergone the procedure. Hollywood stars like Kirk Douglas and Michael J. Fox are just two of the many examples of public figures who have had hair transplants over the years. But it’s important to understand that these procedures can also be right for you, even if you don’t see yourself as famous or wealthy. In fact, many people seek out Alborj Hair Clinic due to their affordable prices and high-quality results. The cost of a hair transplant depends on your individual needs and how much hair is needed in order to achieve desired results.
Which procedure do you recommend?
The Alborj Hair Clinic is one of the most recognized names in hair restoration and surgery. Our doctors are experienced in hair transplant, follicular unit extraction, and eyelash and eyebrow treatments. There are many reasons why someone might not be a good candidate for hair transplantation. For example, if you have any scarring on your scalp or skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis that could complicate the healing process. These could make it difficult to achieve natural-looking results in the long term. Women who suffer from alopecia may find that their hair never fully regains its natural density after surgery, which can lead to bald patches on top of their head if they don’t wear a wig or other hairpiece.
Any risks/reasons why I shouldn’t get a hair transplant?
The risks of hair transplant surgery are minimal, but there is always the risk of infection and scarring. Plus, if you have any autoimmune disorders such as lupus or psoriasis, the immune system is already compromised and this could complicate things. Some people with high blood pressure may not be good candidates because of increased bleeding during surgery. Some people with diabetes may also not be good candidates due to an increased chance of nerve damage.