Sudden hair loss is a fearsome natural process for anyone considering hair transplantation. Sudden hair loss usually occurs after hair transplantation as a loss or thinning of hair in non-transplanted parts. Non-transplanted hair gets into telogen phase –which means resting state – on people who experience sudden hair loss. Hair in this phase will move to anagen phase (regrown) in a few months along with transplanted hair.
Doubtlessly, hair cloning method will have a significant part in the future. On the other hand, we should remember that cloned hair will be transplanted. Therefore, collective methods of FUT and FUE will be replaced by hair cloning method; but the doctors will continue to preactive transplantation process. Probably, there will be possibility of high amount of hair transplantation since there is not the limitation of donor site.
I HAD FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT IN ISTANBUL IN AUGUST 2015. I WANT TO HAVE THE SECOND ONE ON APRIL 2016 DUE TO BUSY WORK SCHEDULE. WOULD IT BE TOO EARLY FOR THE SECOND OPERATION? WHAT IS THE EARLIEST TIME TO HAVE SECOND OPERATION?
Study published on British Medical Journal indicates that smoking can have a negative effect on hair growth. It is well-known fact that smoking 20 or more cigarettes a day has a positive relation with Androgenic Alopecia. Cigarette includes nicotine, carbon monoxide, and other harmful ingredients that blocks blood circulations; it also damages nutrition of hair follicles. It would give you a certain result to be examined by a specialized doctor.
Our hair is unique. Even there are similarities of two different people’s hairs, they are never totally same. There are three hair types in regard of ethnicity. There can be varieties between these groups. Differences show themselves as hair frequency, hair growth rate, and hair style. As a result, unique hair combinations come out.
There are many questions about healing process prior to hair transplant operations. Some of them generic and some of them are related with certain work groups. Let’s take a look on these questions:
Person with no hair loss general hair frequency is same or similar. As we age, back and sides of the head will have the same hair frequency while the top and frontal areas lessen. This is why these areas used as donor site for hair transplant.