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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the common causes behind baldness?

    The main cause of baldness is heredity. It has been proved that Male Pattern Baldness or Androgenetic Alopecia is directly related to genetic factors especially male hormones.The hair in the bald area are sensitive to the male hormone testosterone which causes reduced growth and thinning of hair in these areas. Some men have baldness only in the front or at the vertex, while in others it is more severe. But, no matter how extensive the baldness, there is always a "Horseshoe" shaped area of permanent hair at the back and sides of the head. Scientists have found that these hair are genetically programmed to resist the effect of male hormones.

  • What to expect at your consultation?

    The doctor wil ask you what you want to achieve with Hair Transplantation and he will inform you as to whether your expectations are realistic.

  • What about Anaesthesia?

    Hair transplantation is an outpatient procedure done under Local Anesthesia only and does not require hospital stay.

  • What is the technique?

    After proper selection, a suitable hairline is first marked considering the aesthetic and facial dimensions. Then a strip of hair is harvested from the back of the head and this donor area is closed by stitches. From this strip, micro grafts and minigrafts are cut using magnification. Micrografts (which are single and two hair grafts) are used to form the front hairline This is actually a zone about 1.5 cm wide and comprises of thin hair. In this zone the single and 2 hair grafts are delicately introduced into microslits using magnification. Beyond this, minigrafts (about 1.5mm - 2mm diameter) are placed. These wiil grow 3-5 hairs each and add to the density. All the grafts are so placed taking into consideration the direction of further hair growth. Micro with Minigrafts produce a more natural look than the old fashioned Plug Method with its unnatural "DOLLS HEAD" look.

  • What should I expect after my surgery?

    The operated site is covered with a surgical cap that can be removed when you reach home. There would be swelling of the forehead for 1 -3 days.

    Stitches are removed after 1 week, till then you are advised not to take a head bath.

    The transplanted hair will usually fall off with the scab in 2-3 weeks after the surgery.

  • When can I resume my normal activities?

    You are advised not to travel for 2-3 days after the surgery. If you have an office job very close to your residence, you can resume even the next day.

  • Can the hair fall again?

    New transplanted hair will start growing in about 12-16 weeks after the surgery. These new hair will be permanent and lifelong. Original hair in the bald area may continue to fall. The procedure can be repeated after 6 months. if needed to achieve more density in the bald area. With more sittings the density of hair growth becomes better.

  • Who are not fit for hair transplantation?

    Patients with very small amount of hair at the back and sides of head may not be good candidates for this surgery. Hair from some other parts of the body or from some other person cannot be used for hair transplant.