A hair transplant lasts a lifetime. Therefore, it is important to weigh the pros and cons, take the time to choose the technique that best suits your needs, be cautious in your search for the right surgeon and think seriously about the long-term effects. of a surgery. The hair transplant will have. The main factors to consider are:
Age / stage of hair loss
Physical / psychological health
Age and stage of baldness.
It is important to have the appropriate age or an advanced stage of hair loss. In fact, it is so important that, with rare exceptions, a surgeon operates on a person under 24 years of age. Some surgeons have even greater prerequisites for age, with a threshold of 30 years. In fact, they know that hair loss is gradual and usually lasts for many years. A man whose hair loss begins at the age of twenty may not see the end before age 10 or older.
The time of the hair transplant can be complicated. Potential beneficiaries must be patient while waiting for the right time because the operation is worthwhile. Those who undergo premature surgery often find deformed hairstyles and a “halo” effect on the crown that looks like a porthole. If you choose to undergo an early stage hair transplant and look for a surgeon to operate, you should also accept the possibility that you may need a second surgery in the future.
Hair transplantation is expensive. The most advanced techniques and the best known surgeons are usually the most expensive. While it is important to have the necessary financial support for a hair restoration operation, it is also imperative not to compromise what is best for you in the long term. To achieve financial well-being, save as much as possible on your income and maintain a high credit score to qualify for a low-interest loan.
Physical / psychological health
A good general condition for hair transplantation is to stay healthy. Stress, poor diet, poor blood circulation, drug use and lack of sleep are unhealthy things that can exacerbate hair loss. If you have male pattern baldness and want to get the most out of your hair transplant, you will want to get rid of any additional factors that contribute to your baldness. In addition, hair restoration surgery is not feasible for people who are allergic to anesthesia, have a history of blood coagulation disorders or tend to have a keloid during the healing process.
Being in a healthy mental state is also important because there is a set of emotions that accompany baldness and surgical correction of baldness.
Hair transplant repair
This is an additional transplant to correct an earlier one that showed poor results. This is often the case of people who:
He has suffered an obsolete hair transplant several years ago.
He has suffered premature surgery
They have severe linear scars.
It needs refinement
You want more density
No one wants to undergo two hair transplant procedures. Fortunately, all of the above is largely preventable. Ensuring the first three factors to consider (a mature phase of hair loss, financial strength and good health) will help reduce the risk of having to undergo a repair operation.
Written by: Alanna Brown, content editor of the DermHair Clinic
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