You might already be aware of the growing problem of rapid hair loss and baldness. The problem which was in the past mainly restricted to middle aged men in India is sparing none. So the youth be it men or women in their 20s are falling prey to this menace. With the growing demand to treat this growing problem there are of course a host of hair restoration treatments available in the market today. But you need to be careful and must do your research well before you resort to any of these treatments. Apart from the monetary loss which may be involved in case of poor hair loss treatments the side effects may be far more damaging.
What the hair restoration process involves?
The process of hair restoration involves the re-growth of hair on the scalp. This is done without any linear scarring. This is undertaken through local anesthesia to numb the area prior to the procedure. The hair follicles are removed from the back of the head which is considered the non testosterone sensitive zone. For the extraction a motorized extraction machine is used. The patient feels no pain as a result.
Following this the hair follicles extracted are placed on to the bald portions of the scalp with the help of the hair implantation pen. The placement angle of the hair is important to ensure that the proper re-growth happens so that the entire re-grown area looks natural. On an average anything, between 6000 to 9000 are implanted on the scalp in general.
The implanted hair follicles should grow within about 3 months time and after about 10 months it may appear to be quietly thick. It is usually seen that it takes a close to about 6 hours per sitting for such hair restoration processes.
The one thing which you need to keep in mind before resorting to such type of hair restoration procedures is that you get the same to be carried by a reliable hair restoration surgeon in the field and the same must be done at the right clinic with the right facilities in place to ensure best results.