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Hair Transplant Surgery: Medical Hair Restoration in India About Hair Loss Hair Transplant Surgery, Hair Transplant India, Hair treatment India The normal person will shed in between 50 to 150 hair every day. This shed hair is constantly ..
About Hair Loss
Hair Transplant Surgery, Hair Transplant India, Hair treatment India The normal person will shed in between 50 to 150 hair every day. This shed hair is constantly replaced by the growth of new hair from the same follicle that it has shed from. The new hair will grow approximately half an inch every month....
Hair Transplantation Surgery
Hair transplantation is the only thoroughly proven way to permanently restore hair to thinning or bald areas of your scalp. When you have hair grafted from the back and sides of your scalp to your balding areas, your hair will begin growing, and can keep growing, throughout your life. ...
Who is a candidate for transplantation?
In general, age or sex is not a limiting factor for our hair restoration techniques. Patients age 70 and older have had successful procedures. Individuals in their 30's who are experiencing male pattern baldness also can be successfully treated...
How is the procedure performed?
Hair restoration surgery involves removing a small strip of hair-bearing scalp from the back and sides of your head. This donor region contains hair that will grow throughout your lifetime. The area from which the strip is taken is carefully closed....
What happens expect after the surgery?
Most patients can return to work 24 to 48 hours after their hair restoration.
Hair is washed the morning after each procedure.
Vigorous physical activity should be limited for five to seven days.
Medication is utilized to minimize swelling which can occur. Some crusting or small scabs may be present for seven to ten days, along with some itching at the treatment sites...
What results can be expected?
Micrografts leave virtually no scaring. They also conserve much of the hair that will be needed for future transplantations. The amount of coverage that is achieved depends on the extent of your hair loss, the density of your donor hair, as well as the number of procedures...
Are there any complications from surgery?
As with all surgical procedures, there is always some risk. However, complications from the surgical treatment of hair loss are rare and generally minimal...
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We Care Health Services provides treatment and surgery to international patients at JCI / ISO Internationally accredited hospitals in India. The partner hospitals of We Care are located in major cities of India including New Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. The advanced and world class treatments offered at low cost all inclusive price packages are performed by USA / Europe trained and board certified doctors and surgeons. The partner hospitals in India include Apollo Hospital Bangalore, Apollo Hospital Chennai, Apollo Specialty Cancer Hospital Chennai, Apollo Hospital Hyderabad, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital New Delhi, Sagar Hospital Bangalore, Max Hospital Delhi, Max Heart and Vascular Institute Delhi, Fortis Hospital Delhi, Fortis Hospital Noida, Wockhardt Hospital Mumbai, Wockhardt Hospital Bangalore, Artemis Hospital Gurgaon, Escorts Heart Institute Hospital Delhi, MIOT Hospital Chennai, Narayana Heart Hospital Bangalore, Narayana Hospital and many more…
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