Hair transplant in China: It’s not just for rich people
Hair transplants have become popular in China, where many people in the country have lost their hair due to age-related diseases and lack of access to modern treatments.
The transplants are often performed on people who are unable to get traditional treatments because of their age, and are often carried out by a small number of surgeons in private clinics.
The procedure is performed under the supervision of a local cosmetic surgeon and has been used to help people who have lost hair due a number of medical conditions.
In addition to treating hair loss, the procedure also helps people who suffer from certain skin conditions, like psoriasis and eczema.
The surgery is performed using a scalpel and scalpels, usually made from titanium dioxide, a chemical commonly found in the body, to extract hair follicles from the scalp.
The scalpels are then applied to the affected area to remove excess hair.
Many Chinese people use the procedure to help them feel more attractive.
According to the National Health and Family Planning Commission, more than 50,000 people in China have undergone hair transplant surgery, according to the Xinhua news agency.
In China, the number of people with hair loss from aging is increasing at a rate of one person per day.
According to Dr. Wang Qingshu, the head of the cosmetic surgery department at the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the process is one of the safest and most effective treatment methods available to the Chinese people.
“People with age-associated hair loss usually suffer from severe skin disorders and eczyas, which are often related to their skin,” Dr. Qingsu told the South China Morning Post.
Dr. Wang said that although hair transplants in China can cost anywhere from US$1,000 to US$10,000, they are typically performed by the most skilled practitioners.
China has been on a hair transplant trend for a while now, with the country’s first hair transplant operation taking place in 2003.
The procedure, performed by Dr. Xiaogang Zheng, a former doctor who had spent 20 years in the United States, took place in a private clinic in Shanghai.
According, Dr. Zheng said that he first became interested in hair transplant when he saw patients with psoriasms who wanted to shed their hair and skin.
He saw the need for a hair removal procedure that was safe and painless, he said.
It is unclear how many Chinese people have had hair transplans, but it is estimated that over one million Chinese people currently have hair transplanted to replace lost hair.