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    Quote Originally Posted by Clinicspots View Post
    Hair transplant is the only permanent method of hair restoration in which one's own hair from the back and sides of the head are extracted and implanted on front in the bald area. Nowadays, hair transplant is being done by Follicular unit technique which involves two ways of hair extraction - STRIP method and FOLLICULAR UNIT EXTRACTION (FUE).

    In the STRIP method,a strip of skin from the back of head (donor area) is removed with the help of scalpel..The gap at the back of head is then sutured together.The strip is then divided into grafts containing one, two or three follicles.

    FUE - Follicular Unit Extraction: A stitchless method of hair restoration in which hair root (follicles) are extracted from the back of head under local anaesthesia with the help of special micropunches and implanted in the bald area. In this procedure, no scalpel is required which is used for cutting skin in the 'strip' surgery. The entire procedure is done by the dermatosurgeons and not by technicians.
    The number of sessions will depend on the:
    1. Area of scalp treated
    2. The number and size of grafts used and
    3. The density which the patient desires
    4. The individual characteristics of the patient e.g. coarse hair will provide a denser look than fine hair.
    A lie! It is not permanent! SENESCENT ALOPECIA. Readers, google it.

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    NeoGraft hair transplant is currently the safest and best hair transplant technology available out there.

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    Hi I'm losing hair for one month, It's not that much but still slightly I can feel, any advice?

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    I am a 65 year old woman. I found out the hard way that hair transplants don't take as well on women as they do men. Please ensure you go to a doctor who specialises in hair transplants for women and contact their clients and ask if they were pleased. I had a $10,000 transplant and it was very unsuccessful.
    I use the laser cap (paid $4,000 CDN) and I find my hair is no longer falling out. I highly recommend it and am very pleased with it.

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    Hello jas,

    I think you have had enough now you move on a right decision. But before taking suggestions from people you should consult with a doctor/ hair specialist. Because there are many things that we general people can't suggest you but a doctor can easily do. You have been suffering for a long time. So it is better you should discuss with a doc before undergoing a permanent solution. Thanks and wish you a better luck.

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    Default hair loss treatment

    which organisation have you chose finally?

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    Avoid hairstyles that pull on the hairline. ...
    Ditch hair tools that use high heat. ...
    Be wary of chemical processing. ...
    Peruse your pantry. ...
    Use hair products targeted to restore hair growth. ...
    Consider a topical medication. ...
    Don't skip the scalp massage. ...
    Consider essential oils.

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    I tried PRP with Acell and it was a total waste of money and very painful, it didn't promote any hair growth. Hopefully it will work for someone else.

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    Hair transplant is not the bad ideas. Most people are able to return to work 2 to 5 days after the operation. But within 2 to 3 weeks after surgery, the transplanted hair will fall out, then start to notice new growth within a few months. Many people see 60% of new hair growth after 6 to 9 months.

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    Firstly take the advice from the hair transplant specialist some time due to vitamin problem also the hair loss problem occur, i also face that problem and the age 17 is must where person loss hairs i also loss hair at that time but doctor said to me that their is vitamin problem in your body, but that i take the course of 3 months and take the vitamins medicine and after that my hair loss stop. so, consult to doctor first after that if the problem is not solved, then search on google and find the best-reviewed clinic in Dallas.

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