Why India has the worst hair transplant surgery in the world
The country is one of the worst performing hair transplant operations in the developed world, and India has long been a hotbed of hair transplants.
The country has seen over 10,000 transplants in the past two decades, according to the Indian Institute of Hair Research (IHIHR).
But the surgery in India is extremely rare.
“In most cases, patients have to undergo a major surgical procedure in order to get a new hair,” said Prashant Doshi, a researcher at IHIHR.
“And then they have to wait another three to five years.”
Indian transplant surgery is a relatively new procedure, first performed in the 1970s.
The procedure is not done as a medical necessity, but rather to save the lives of people with damaged hair.
In India, hair transplant surgery can be done in a number of different ways.
The most common method is for patients to receive hair transplanted into the scalp.
This type of hair transplant is done in the most common procedure, a scalpel, which is then inserted into the patient’s scalp.
A second option is for the patient to receive a scalp transplant, a more invasive procedure where the hair transplantation is performed under a mask.
Both of these procedures are expensive, and can take weeks to complete.
In recent years, the country has been getting more and more patients to undergo hair transplant surgeries.
According to the IHIRA, about 7,000 people have received a scalp hair transplant in the last 10 years.
This number has grown steadily since the 2010 census, and has seen a significant increase in the years since.
“India has a history of a strong preference for transplanting scalp hair into the face,” said Doshi.
“But in the coming years, we are seeing more patients opting for scalp transplants.”
According to Doshi and others, the current growth rate of hair donor surgeries in India has made it difficult for patients with damaged or deformed hair to obtain transplants, even though the surgery is currently very rare.
According the Indian Medical Association (IMA), there are currently only 2,200 transplants performed in India, of which about 4,000 are scalp transplanted surgeries.
In total, there are about 14,000 hair transplans performed in this country each year.
The IMA estimates that only about 5 percent of all transplants are for scalp hair transplations, and only 10 percent of the transplants for patients suffering from hair loss and hair loss related diseases are scalp transplant surgeries in the country.
India has not had a major scalp transplant surgery since 2006, when India launched its first scalp transplant in India.
This year, a third scalp transplant was performed in Mumbai, India, according the Indian Health Ministry.
But this is the only scalp transplant that has been conducted in India since the 2008 census, which had about 1.2 million transplants done.
There are about 1,000 surgeries a day in India to treat scalp hair loss, according IHIHR.
This means that in the two years since the IRIHRA started collecting statistics on hair transplant procedures, more than 1,400 surgeries have been conducted.
“Most of the surgeries are conducted in small villages and urban centres,” said IHIHE.
“There are a lot of small clinics, which are mostly open to the public.”
In many of these clinics, patients receive scalp hair that is surgically removed, but the patient does not receive the full amount of scalp hair to complete the procedure.
Even though scalp transplations have been performed in several countries, there is no evidence that these surgeries are safe, according Doshi of IHI-HR.
The patients are told to avoid any surgeries for at least two weeks after the surgery, and the procedure must be done with a mask to protect the patient from infection.
The IHIHA says that the patient is given only an oral preparation to use during the surgery and is not given the chance to see the patient for any further surgery.
For patients who undergo scalp transplans in India who suffer from hairloss related diseases, the surgery costs around $150,000 in the US.
The surgery itself can cost anywhere from $50,000 to $300,000 depending on the procedure and the type of condition.
The Indian government has been taking steps to address this shortage of transplants and has increased the number of scalp transplant operations conducted in the recent past.
Last year, the Indian government increased the cost of scalp transplant operations to $1 million.