The general principle of the procedure is based on the fact that the hair that originates in the permanent area or Safe donor area’ are not affected by the DHT.
Losing hair might be tough for men, but for women, it is nothing short of traumatic, because for them, their hair is a part of their identity. So, when women start noticing excessive hair in their combs or towels, they start to panic and look for any way, in which they can cover up the hair loss.
What is interesting is that most women think that hair transplant is meant only for men, but the truth is that hair transplant is not a gender specific procedure and can be done for men as well as women. Depending on the kind of hair loss, a transplant is an option to restore lost hair and recreate the ‘crowning glory’.
As is the case with hair transplant in men, for women too, the process of a hair transplant is the same – follicular units or grafts are extracted from the donor area, and these grafts are carefully implanted into the area where there is thinning or balding.
Yet again, it needs to be established that a candidate is suited for the transplant and for that the following need to be factored in:
Depending on the results of these factors, our doctors will be able to decide which kind of procedure will be most suited.
The constant effort of our doctors is that the grafts should be extracted with minimum transection, and that there should be no damage to the donor area. The quality and the quantity of grafts, which would include the number of hair, are both important for a transplant that looks completely natural.Transplanting the grafts in the recipient area
The grafts which have been extracted are then meticulously placed into small holes or slits, that are created in the recipient area. The experience of the doctor will be visible in the manner in which the grafts are placed. The most crucial aspects here are the direction as well the angle in which the hair is placed. These will ensure that the transplanted hair looks natural and grow in the same manner as the actual hair..
Naturally, men and women are different and the manner in which they grow hair and lose hair is also different. For starters, when men start to lose hair, they will start developing bald patches, whereas women will have more of a general thinning. This is why, transplants will also differ and here are some of the major differences:
The advantages of getting a hair transplant done are quite obvious:
Just as the case with a hair transplant for men, there are plenty of reasons why a hair transplant for women should be done at AK Clinics.