Are you a good candidate for a hair transplant?

 If you would like to restore your thinning hair, or cover your bald patch in a more natural way, then an FUE hair transplant could help you to regain your youthful look. Many men are suitable candidates for a transplant, but the procedure isn’t 100% suitable for everybody. Read on to discover if you are compatible with hair transplant surgery.

 
 

 Do you have some healthy hair? A hair transplant uses your own natural hair, which is often found in thicker patches on the back and sides of the head. If you are completely bald, then sadly a transplant cannot be made. However, if you have normal to thick hair around the edges of your head, then there is plenty of hair to work with. 

The hair that is transplanted is called “donor hair”, which leads some people to believe that another person’s hair follicles can be used. Unfortunately the body would reject these follicles, and strong drugs would be needed to suppress the immune response. This is a lot of risk for a cosmetic procedure, so only your own hair from your own head can be used.

The easiest transplants are to recover a receding hairline, followed by a bald patch. The more extensive the hair loss, the more intensive the procedure must be, in order to cover up the balding areas. While you won’t know for sure until you have a consultation, if you have a small bald patch or just a hairline that is receding, and plenty of healthy hair around the back and sides of your head, then you are in theory an ideal candidate for this procedure.

The cause of your hair loss is also important. If you have lost your hair due to stress, diet or illness, and there is a strong chance of it growing back, then a hair transplant is unnecessary. Wig and toupee technology has advanced far beyond the “rug” stereotype, and there are plenty of lightweight and near-invisible options, that can even be temporarily secured to your head, while you wait for your hair to grow back.

Certain medical conditions are not compatible with a hair transplant, so always check with your doctor before booking any type of cosmetic procedure.

If the hair is naturally thin, a hair transplant can be combined with a micropigmentation procedure, to give the illusion of thicker hair. 

Many men are opting for the hair transplant Turkeymarket for their procedures. With over 300 clinics to choose from, it may be worth speaking with a specialist company such as MedAway, for advice and guidance on an a more inexpensive treatment abroad.

Do you have some healthy hair? A hair transplant uses your own natural hair, which is often found in thicker patches on the back and sides of the head. If you are completely bald, then sadly a transplant cannot be made. However, if you have normal to thick hair around the edges of your head, then there is plenty of hair to work with. 

The hair that is transplanted is called “donor hair”, which leads some people to believe that another person’s hair follicles can be used. Unfortunately the body would reject these follicles, and strong drugs would be needed to suppress the immune response. This is a lot of risk for a cosmetic procedure, so only your own hair from your own head can be used.

The easiest transplants are to recover a receding hairline, followed by a bald patch. The more extensive the hair loss, the more intensive the procedure must be, in order to cover up the balding areas. While you won’t know for sure until you have a consultation, if you have a small bald patch or just a hairline that is receding, and plenty of healthy hair around the back and sides of your head, then you are in theory an ideal candidate for this procedure.

The cause of your hair loss is also important. If you have lost your hair due to stress, diet or illness, and there is a strong chance of it growing back, then a hair transplant is unnecessary. Wig and toupee technology has advanced far beyond the “rug” stereotype, and there are plenty of lightweight and near-invisible options, that can even be temporarily secured to your head, while you wait for your hair to grow back.

Certain medical conditions are not compatible with a hair transplant, so always check with your doctor before booking any type of cosmetic procedure.
If the hair is naturally thin, a hair transplant can be combined with a micropigmentation procedure, to give the illusion of thicker hair. 

Many men are opting for the hair transplant Turkeymarket for their procedures. With over 300 clinics to choose from, it may be worth speaking with a specialist company such as MedAway, for advice and guidance on an a more inexpensive treatment abroad.
 
 
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