Why do we need hair transplants in India?
An online survey of more than 20,000 people conducted by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) showed that nearly 70% of the people in India are willing to undergo a hair transplant.
But how much money will it cost?
According to the CSDS, it will cost up to Rs 3,000 ($430) to have a hair transplanted in India.
But the cost of transplanting a single hair is around $20,000.
The average cost of a transplant is around Rs 500.
So, how much does it cost to have the transplant?
According to the government, it costs around Rs 10,000 to $12,000 (about Rs 2.5 to 2.8 million rupees).
This is an estimate, according to the Indian government, but a cost is an estimation, and a cost that can vary based on many factors.
The cost of hair transplant is also a matter of public opinion, says Shashi Kumar, the Chief Medical Officer of the CSSS.
The CSDS survey showed that people are willing, he says, even though they do not fully understand the risks involved.
“They are not being asked questions about the risks and complications, and are not told what to expect.
There is a general perception that the procedure is safe, and the government is aware of the fact that it is a cosmetic procedure.
However, we are not saying that it should be safe,” he says.
A hair transplant can be expensive, Kumar says.
There are some health risks associated with the procedure, including bleeding and infection.
And, because of the risks, a hair is not transplanted for the entire length of the hair, or for all of it.
Kumar says that while there is a need to understand the benefits of the procedure and the risks associated, a patient should not be told that the surgery is cosmetic.
“When the patient has had a procedure like this in their own country, they will accept it and accept the procedure,” he explains.
There are some patients who may need a transplant, but they would not be willing to have their hair removed for the procedure.
According to Dr. Sanjay Gupta, who is also a consultant on facial reconstruction, it’s not as simple as just removing the hair.
“They might have problems with the facial hair and they may have to have reconstructive surgery for it, which may be more costly,” he tells IndiaSpend.
“If they are willing and able to do this procedure, why not do it in India?”
He says that in the past, when the procedure was more common, patients who had had a surgery in the US or Europe were more likely to be willing, and therefore, to donate their hair.
As the Indian public has become more accepting of the surgery, and more people are prepared to undergo the procedure themselves, it is more likely that the government will see the need to increase the price of the treatment.
And as we have seen in other countries like the US and Europe, the surgery can be a costlier procedure, but people are more willing to pay.
According a 2015 report by the CSHS, there is no reason why a hair should be kept from a transplant patient, except for the cosmetic aspect.
So, how can we help the Indian population to understand and accept this procedure?
In India, the procedure of hair transplantation is still considered a cosmetic surgery, according the CSNS.
That means, according to the CSBS, there are some conditions which need to be met to ensure that the patient is not harmed, and also that the cosmetic surgery is done correctly.
In the past when the procedure has been more common in the United States, the patients have been willing to give up the hair for cosmetic purposes.
Now, the cost and complications associated with this procedure have become less common, and patients are more open to the procedure once again, says Gupta.
We have to understand that cosmetic procedures are more expensive in India, Gupta says.