Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation entails extracting small punch grafts from the hair-bearing scalp or a bigger portion of the hair-bearing scalp from a donor area and cutting it into tiny chunks to utilize as transplants. These grafts are then transplanted to a bald or thinning region of the scalp. The grafts made in this manner differ in shape and form. Scalp reduction is suitable for treating bald spots on the front and rear of the head. These areas are typically bordered by skin and hair. To obtain comprehensive covering, physicians may combine scalp reduction and hair transplants.

  • Tissue Expansion
  • Flap Surgery
  • Scalp Reduction

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