How to help your child get a hair transplant
The surgery to remove hair follicles from the scalp is a rare procedure.
But for a family in India, it’s a procedure that has the potential to save their lives.
In the country of 10 million, the median age for the birth of a child is six months and the median income is less than $1,500 a month.
And as the cost of hair transplants continues to rise, some are going to try to get the procedure done as soon as possible.
As of last year, the Indian government estimated that a hair-replacement procedure could save up to $1 billion a year.
And while the procedure is not a new concept in India — it was first performed on an Indian baby by Indian doctors in 2012 — the procedure has become more popular in recent years.
For a family that lives in a small village, the surgery has been a very personal and personal experience.
“When I was little, I was so ashamed because I was always told to look like a little girl, to wear a bra and a skirt and everything.
And now I have a beautiful little girl,” said the mother, who requested that her name not be used.”
But I want to thank God for the miracle of hair transplant.
I would be very happy if he would give me the hair of my daughter and give it to my son so that they can have beautiful hair like my daughter.”
For the family, the transplant will mean a better quality of life.
The family has lost its mother, daughter, sister and other members of the family in the course of the surgery.
But with a new baby on the way, the family is hopeful that the surgery will help to make things better.
“Our life is going to be very better.
The children will be healthy, and we will have new people in our household who will support us,” said Nandini, who lost her husband in the operation.”
I hope that God will give us the hair so that we can have children like my beautiful daughter.”
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But there is no one known to have undergone the procedure, with the latest case being in the United States.
It’s estimated that there are about 100,000 hair transplanted in India each year, according to a 2015 study by the Institute of Development Studies.
“It is a relatively rare procedure,” said Dr. Jayant Jain, who led the study.
However, with hair transplant being an important medical intervention, there are few details about how much the procedure costs in India.
According to the government’s annual statistics, the procedure can cost up to ₹1,000.
The average fee is about ₸1,200.
Jain said the cost can vary depending on the family and how many hair transplots are performed each year.
For instance, in a family with three children, the average fee for the surgery is ₤1,600, he said.
Dr. Suresh Kumar, a plastic surgeon in New Delhi who has worked in India for decades, said he had seen many children with hair transplats, and said they had a lot of positive outcomes.
“For instance they get rid of hair of baldness,” he said, adding that some of the children have hair extensions.
“There are some that get the hair in their forehead and some that have it on their chin.
The whole process takes only around 10 to 15 minutes.”
The process, called keratin-plating, is a surgical procedure that involves removing hair follicle with a laser and replacing it with a synthetic polymer.
But unlike other hair transplications, the patient is not allowed to eat or drink for at least one month after the procedure.
According the government statistics, only one in 20 hair transplasts in India is performed without a transplant.
In the United Kingdom, there were only six hair transplits in the country.
The surgery, which involves cutting away the hair and replanting it in the patient’s scalp, is performed under local anaesthesia and takes about 20 minutes.
The hair is then combed out and stored for about four months.
According Jain who has been doing the procedure in India since 1998, the operation is usually performed at a private hospital.
But now, patients can pay for the procedure at any private clinic.
The procedure can take between 15 and 20 minutes and the patient must be completely covered for at the time of surgery, said Jain.
He said it is important to be fully informed about the risks of the procedure and what will happen if the patient has complications.
After the surgery, the patients will need to be given a blood test for any abnormal findings, he added.
According to Jain and others, the most common side effects are headaches, dizziness and fatigue.
But the complications of the operation are rarely serious.
Jain, a practicing plastic surgeon, said that patients will have to