Recent developments in hair transplant technology; It has managed to address the concerns of many people who experience hair loss due to male pattern baldness, sparse hair and scarred alopecia. Today; With hair transplant surgeries performed using proven, up-to-date techniques, patients’ hair can be restructured according to their preferences and a great deal of satisfaction can be achieved. The common desire of many people who want to have a hair transplant is to regain the hair density lost for various reasons over time after the procedure. So how possible is it to achieve this? Can everyone achieve the voluminous hair they desire after hair transplantation? In order to answer this question, first of all, it is necessary to answer the following questions:
– With which technique will hair transplantation be performed?
– What will be the number of hair grafts to be transplanted?
– How many sessions will the procedure consist of?
– Are there enough healthy hair follicles in the donor area?
– How favorable is the planting site?
The answers to all these questions will create an idea about how satisfied you are with the hair transplant. The hair density to be obtained after hair transplant surgery varies for each individual depending on these factors.
Donor Area is Your Biggest Trump in Hair Transplantation
The most important factor affecting the result in hair transplant surgeries is the current hair density in the donor area. The more healthy hair follicles are collected from your donor area, the more hair density you have the chance to obtain after hair transplantation. The most important issue to be considered here is to preserve the aesthetics in the donor area. Unconscious collection of hair follicles from the donor area may lead to an undesirable image in that area. At this point, the foresight, experience and correct guidance of the hair transplant specialist is needed. In short, you have to consider not only the planting area, but also your donor area. In order not to have the bulgur on hand while going to Dimyata rice; get together with the expert, listen to the directions and don’t be insistent.
Which is the Most Ideal Hair Transplantation Technique to Carry You to Your Original Hair Density Goal?
Hair transplant operations can be performed with 2 different techniques, FUE and FUT. Although the hair transplantation method is decided according to the situation of the case, today hair transplantation operations are mostly performed using the FUE technique. FUE hair transplantation technique has put the FUT method on the shelf with its advantages such as ease of application, more comfortable healing process and natural and satisfactory results. FUE may be insufficient for patients with severe damage to the scalp due to accidents, burns and injuries.
The method I recommend and apply to my patients who apply to me is FAT hair transplantation. FAT hair transplantation performed with the FUE technique offers a total solution in reaching the goal in a sense. Taking support from autologous fat injection enriched with stem cells;
– We increase the resistance of the planting field
– We save hair that is miniaturized and tends to fall out
– We offer the hair the opportunity to grow healthy in a productive area
This brings us one step closer to the desired voluminous image after hair transplantation.
Correct Care After Hair Transplant Surgery
The success of hair transplant surgeries depends on you as well as on the specialist or surgeon who performs the procedure. If you do not follow the post-operative care guidelines, it may be inevitable that you encounter less dense hair than you desire. Please remember that we need your cooperation for the survival of the grafts we transplant.
What is the probability of reaching the original hair density after hair transplantation?
In general, natural hair density ranges from 80 to 100 roots/cm2. Most people find that their hair is thinning when they lose 50% or more of their hair density. Although how much of your hair density can be regained with hair transplant surgeries depends on the factors I just mentioned, it may not be possible to regain the original hair density. Hair transplant surgeries aim to provide better results than the current one. A method that promises to replace all of the lost hair has not been developed yet.