How to get your hair removed from your head
If you are struggling to lose your hair, here are some things to consider before you seek help from a hair specialist.
What is a Hair Transplant?
A hair transplant involves removing hair from the scalp and replacing it with new hair.
A hair transplant is done by inserting a plastic needle into the hair follicle of the patient.
It involves removing some of the cells in the hair and replacing them with new cells.
This can be done by injecting a new stem cell into the follicle.
This process can take between 30 and 60 minutes.
The procedure is performed under general anaesthetic.
The donor hair is usually grown in the patient’s own head and not in a special laboratory.
Who can get a hair transplanted?
It is important to ask your doctor if you can get your own hair transplants.
This is because the procedure can be carried out by anyone.
It can be performed in the same way as a normal scalp transplant, except the donor hair will be grown in a separate, separate patient.
How long will it take?
The process takes between 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the type of hair transplant and the length of the donor.
The length of time varies depending on how long your hair is growing.
It will take around 24 hours for a hair follicular transplant to complete.
What to expect after the procedure?
The hair transplant can take up to a week.
This depends on how thick the hair is and the condition of the scalp.
A patient with a very thin, thick or bald scalp may need to wait until they have finished a more severe transplant before they can begin to grow hair again.
A thicker, darker or more damaged scalp may require up to 10 days for a complete hair transplant.
What can I expect?
If your hair transplant has been successful, it may take up a month or more for your hair to grow back to normal.
The scalp may be very thin and the transplant will take longer than it normally would.
Some hair transplant patients may need additional treatments for a longer period of time.
Is the hair transplant permanent?
A haircut is usually performed to cover up any bald spots left behind from the surgery.
This may be done for a short time after the transplant has finished.
A haircut will usually be done as a way of helping to reduce the chance of infection.
How much hair will it require?
The transplant will be performed under a general anaesthesia, so the patient will be left with no physical pain.
It may take longer for the transplant to be completed than it usually would, but the amount of hair will not be as severe as it would be in the normal scalp.
Is it safe?
A general anaesthetist will use a special scalpel and scalp scalpel to remove hair from a patient’s scalp and then inject the new hair into the newly transplanted hair follicles.
The hair transplant procedure is done under general anesthetic, so there is no pain or discomfort.
The transplanted follicles will remain attached to the patient for at least a month.
Should I get a regular hair transplant?
A regular hair graft will usually involve some form of scalp reconstruction and may involve using scalp-removal products.
There are also cosmetic treatments, such as eyebrow waxing and hair colouring, that can be undertaken for hair transplant patients.
What should I expect when the transplant is completed?
After the transplant, a hairless scalp will look more natural and your hair will grow back into its original shape.
You may also find that the hair will return to the scalp as normal.
Is there a time limit?
A transplant will only be performed for a limited time.
It is best to get the transplant done within two to three weeks of being told that you are going to have a hair loss.
How do I get my hair back?
A person can get their hair back if they are told they have a condition that makes them more likely to get hair loss after a hair cut.
If your condition is associated with hair loss, you may need more than a hair-removing procedure to get back your hair.
You will have to wait a month after you have been told you will get hair back before you can return to your normal lifestyle.
What are the risks of a hair donor transplant?
As with any surgery, there are potential risks.
These include:a serious infection, such in the case of infection that may spread to other parts of the body, such a lung infection or heart attack.
This could lead to a person needing to stay in hospital longer than normal.
This condition is called a “probable infection” and may need immediate treatment.