- Male pattern baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)
- Male pattern baldness on women.
- To cover postoperative scars
- To camouflage burn and trauma scars on hairy skin
- To treat various partial baldness types
- On traction alopecia cases, after the treatment.
- Trichotillomania (An impulse disorder characterized by the compulsive urge to pull out one’s hair)
How is the planning being made prior to hair transplant?
- Hair loss type is determined.
- Width of recipient area is calculated by considering current hair loss level and growth ratio.
- Width of donor site and amount of suitable healthy follicles are calculated.
- Recipient area determined through availability of donor site
- Calculation of frontal hairline in correlation with golden ratio
- Predicting cover effect through the contrast between hair and skin color.
Is there any pain during and after hair transplant?
- Patient would not feel any pain during hair transplant due local anesthesia.
- Moderate pain can be treated by provided daily painkillers after hair transplant.
What should I expect after hair transplant?
- Expecting natural results 12 months after should be your priority.
- In first weeks, it is expected for healing on transplanted area.
- In process of the following month of hair transplant, transplanted hair will be loss as a part of natural process.
- Your new hair will start to grow by 3rd month, and an average of 15% transplanted hair will be growing each month.
- In hair transplant, it is possible to receive final results after 8-9 months.
- All hair is grown by the 12th month.