Hair transplantation is a hair transplant process in the real sense. In other words, it is the process of transferring strong, healthy and non-shedding hair and body hair to the bald area.
Since the 1950s, many procedures have been tried and solutions have been sought for the problem of baldness. Detection of the follicular unit in the early 1990s is a revolution in hair transplantation. In these years, hair transplantation with the FUT procedure has made quite a few steps and has become well-known. In 2002, hair transplantation with the FUE formula was introduced by Dr. Russman. The FUE method is widely applied in the world and in our country, where it has made rapid progress. We do almost all of our applications with the FUE system.
In addition, with the development of the FUE procedure, eyebrow transplantation, mustache transplantation, beard transplantation, eyelash transplantation, hair transplantation from beard and other body hair have become possible.
Except for very few diseases, hair transplantation can be done to anyone with a healthy donor area. As the age progresses, measures can be taken for chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension and hair transplantation can be performed.
It is not real to have a hair transplant in individuals with coagulation disorders such as hemophilia. In addition, it is not real to have hair transplantation in patients using coumadin.
Patients using aspirin should stop using aspirin about 10 days before. In addition, it is beneficial for people with chronic diseases to undergo a detailed examination.
There is usually no pain in the period after hair transplantation. It is beneficial to sleep on a high pillow on the first day. After the hair transplantation process, the donor area will be covered with a small bandage. This bandage should be removed the next day.
We usually do the first washing process. In addition, you can do the washing process yourself, although your doctor will recommend it.
You can shave your hair after two weeks.
If grafts were taken from the beard area, you can shave your beard 10 days later.
Due to the precautions we will take in the face area, there will usually be no swelling.
Within 15 days – 1 month, the transplanted hair will fall out as a result of shock shedding. The shock shedding period is a completely natural process. After the third month, the hair will start to grow slowly.
For a good image, it may be necessary to wait for a period of 6 months to 1 year.