How to get hair transplanted from your own scalp
When I was a teenager, my friend, who’d grown up in the same suburb of Philadelphia, told me about a procedure that involved injecting her own hair with a drug that causes her scalp to become thicker, giving her the appearance of a thicker, thicker hair.
This would, in effect, give her a more natural hair look.
I was so excited that she’d gotten it, she told me.
After some initial discomfort, I began to think about the potential dangers of this procedure.
I went to see a dermatologist, who told me that it was possible, but not yet proven, that this procedure could cause permanent hair loss.
But I was also worried.
I knew I wasn’t alone in thinking this was possible.
More than a decade later, a growing number of people around the world are wondering about the health risks of having their own hair removed.
Some have started their own clinics and even gone public with their stories of being told that their hair could fall out, resulting in permanent hair removal, and others have reported that their surgeries have caused them to experience significant hair loss and infection.
What to know before a hair transplant procedure Hair transplant surgery is a rare procedure that involves removing and replacing the hair of the scalp.
There are a few common complications, including the need for an incision and removal of hair follicles that can lead to infection.
The surgery usually takes place during a medical procedure and usually involves removing the scalp and using a scalpel to cut away the hair.
It’s also usually done for cosmetic reasons, with people wanting to appear thinner, to give them a more youthful appearance, or to increase their sex appeal.
The procedure usually takes about three to four weeks.
It typically requires a donor’s hair to be removed and replaced with the patient’s own hair.
Hair transplanting is the most common type of hair transplant.
Other common types of hair transplant include: Hair transplantation from a head transplant procedure, where a donor hair is transplanted onto the scalp of a patient who has lost the hair on the head, usually after a surgery to remove the hair from the scalp