Hair transplantation is the process of transfer of follicle hair from a donor area which is androgenetic resistant to the desired region, called the recepient area.
The areas to be transplanted are treated with local anesthesia, ie the patient is awake during the procedure, and only the area to be treated is anesthetized.
Hair transplantation lasts for an average of 6-8 hours.
Transplanted hairs fall down in an average of 1 month. After the first 3 months after the hair transplant procedure hair growth is not expected. The hair grows from 3 months to 12 months after the surgery.
In the period after the procedure, consult your doctor for more information about the hair washing.
What is the difference between “hair strand”, “hair follicle”and graft?
From a hair root, or follicle, we have one hair strand. Hair follicle and graft are frequently confused but they are actually different concepts. A graft is a collection of hairs, sometimes with one, two, three or even four hairs.
Grafts can be adjusted according to the size of the hair follicles and the punches used by the medical team. It is also possible to make a double graft from a quadruple graft at any time.
For example: 1000 grafts have 1000 hairs if the grafts are single. If 200 out of 1000 grafts are single, 400 are double, and 400 are triple (200 x 1) + (400 x 2) + (400 x 3) = 400 + 800 + 1200 = 2200 hair follicles, ie 2200 hair strands.
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