If you are considering hair restoration surgery, it is important to be well-informed throughout your experience. A hair transplant can have life-changing effects on those who are eligible. The advancements in medical science have made hair transplant procedures more precise and natural in appearance than ever before, giving men and women more options when it comes to dealing with hair loss. Unfortunately, not everyone is suitable for the procedure. Here are some key factors that we look into during your consultation in order to determine whether you will make a good candidate for hair restoration surgery.
Among all the features of the head of hair, the frontal hairline is the most significant. Just like the frame of a picture, your hairline is the frame of your face.
Alopecia, a disease resulting in hair loss, may not be a severe medical issue. However, in most cases, hair loss has a weighty impact on psychological well being.
Male and female pattern hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia (AGA) because both androgens (andro) and genes (genetic) are involved. Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss.
The normal growth rate of scalp hair is one-fourth to one-half inch per month. Hair growth has a cyclic pattern that can be affected by a number of genetic, disease, medication or other factors to cause hair loss.