When it comes to hair transplants, India is the world leader
India’s national hair transplant programme has become a lucrative business, and India is among the world’s top hair transplant centres, according to a new report.
The government has launched the country’s first hair transplantation clinic in Kolkata, and the centre’s operation has attracted the attention of US media and foreign governments.
The new report, titled India’s Hair Transplant Industry, found that the country is now home to over 1,400 hair transplant clinics.
The Indian Hair Transplants Centre, founded in 2010 by Dr R. Raman Kale, is the second-largest hair transplant centre in the world.
According to the report, India has the second highest rate of transplants in the region, with over 500,000 transplants each year.
The country also has a large number of hair transplanted on the face and in the ears.
It has the third-largest number of transplanted in the head, after South Africa and the United States.
The report also said that India has had some of the fastest growing transplants of the world in the past decade.
India currently has over 3,000 hair transplations per year, the report said.
India has seen a steady growth of transplations of scalp hair since it launched its national hair transplation programme in 2010, according the report.
Indian Hair Transfer Centre (HTC) is located at the Gurdwara Puranam temple in Mumbai.
It is managed by Dr Raman Haidar.
The institute was founded in 2007 and was the first of its kind in India.
The centre has operated in the city of Mumbai since 2012.
The HTC has seen some success in transplanting scalp hair transplant.
The hospital’s director general Dr K. S. Ramakrishnan said that over the last few years, the centre has undergone major upgrades to its operations and its facilities.
In March this year, it became the first centre in India to be granted a new licence to operate a hair transplant clinic.
In October this year the centre had also become the first hair donor centre in Kerala.
India is also the third country in the country to approve a foreign hair transplant, following China and Brazil.
Dr Ramakumar said that the majority of transplacants are done on the scalp and in areas where there is a lot of hair on the head.
India had over 2,000 scalp transplants performed in 2020, the same number as the year before, according a report from the Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (IIMS).
The IMS has reported that India’s population grew by 9.2% between 2016 and 2020, which is higher than the United Kingdom’s population growth, the UK’s population and Australia’s population.