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It’s been a year since my husband, Ryan, underwent a hair removal surgery, and it’s been hard to think of any way to get through a year without a haircut.
My husband, who had been wearing a wig for nearly two years, had already grown to 6-foot-1 and weighed about 180 pounds, and he had a huge appetite for a haircut, too.
I didn’t want him to grow into the size and shape of his dad, and I knew it would be hard to get a haircut at the same time.
I felt like we’d have to get it done every time.
But after spending the first month and a half in the hospital, I decided to cut my hair again.
A few months later, we were able to get the procedure done and our family had a new hairstyle.
But our experience wasn’t limited to my husband.
It affected the lives of so many others.
Here’s how the hair transplant community has helped me and other people like me to find our way through this time of transition.
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Where can I find more information about hair transplantation?
The Hair Transplantation Society of America (HTSSA) is an organization that helps patients, their families and caregivers find the best option for their unique needs.
The HTSSA also offers a hotline that provides information on hair transplant surgery, procedures, and more.
The National Association of Hair Transplants (NAHT) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the use of hair transplant technology.
The NAAHT also has a website that provides more information.
Where to find hair transplants in the U.S.
A number of hair transplant centers operate in the United States.
Most centers specialize in the transplantation of adult, hairless patients.
Some centers, such as the HTSS, have more specialized procedures, such like the hair removal of patients with facial cancer or patients with cystic fibrosis.
Hair transplants can also be done on the face.
Hair transplant centers that operate in Asia can have transplants done in China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
Other places, such in the Middle East and Africa, can provide transplants on patients with head, face and body contours.
Hair removal can be done in the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Italy, France and Italy.
Some transplants also can be performed on children.
How do I find a hair donor?
Hair transplantation is a highly personalized process, and people can be offered a hair or skin donor.
Some hair transplant centers have a list of potential hair donors, which include people of all ages, races and religions.
If you are interested in being considered for a hair donation, you’ll need to speak with the donor.
A list of hair donors can be found on the HtsSA website.
Can I have my hair removed?
The procedure is usually done with a laser.
A surgeon will remove hair from your scalp, then place it in a large vial that is filled with a chemical called epoxy.
The vial is placed in the patient’s mouth or forehead, and the epoxy covers the hair follicles.
The surgeon will then place the vial in a small plastic bag that is tied to a machine, and fill it with epoxy for at least a month.
The epoxy will then be removed with a scalpel.
The plastic bag is then removed from the vamp, and another vial of epoxy is placed inside, which is tied around the hair.
The machine then begins to remove the hair and skin.
How often should I have a hair cut?
Some hair transplanted patients prefer to have their hair removed every two to four months.
Others, such a people who are balding or who have been diagnosed with cancer, are interested more in having a single hair transplant.
If it’s a procedure you’re interested in, you may want to call your local hair transplant center to schedule an appointment.
When should I be concerned about hair transplation?
Hair transplanted on the scalp is usually performed in the first two weeks of life.
After that, most people can expect to be able to grow their hair again after about six months.
But the risks and complications of having a hair transplacent procedure are very real.
A hair transplant can cause permanent problems with the body, such an infection or skin infection.
In addition, some hair transplated patients have allergic reactions to epoxy and other chemicals used in the procedure.
Hair and skin transplants are also very safe.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a comprehensive list of factors to consider when deciding whether to have a transplant.
Should I wait to have my next hair cut until after I have an adult hair transplant?
Some people choose to have the surgery sooner, and they may be able find out more about the risks, complications