Understanding the pitfalls of planning a hair transplant – part 1

During the last decade in the field of surgical hair restoration, many advanced techniques associated with the widespread introduction of follicle transplantation remain many problems. The victims were treated by doctors and the patients who were not entitled to rights were operated on. The same rights that they do not have surgery for are that they are too young and their hair loss is too unpredictable. Young people also have the rights and the hair of an adolescent. Many people who are in the old stages of hair loss just have to hurry to get under the knife. And some issues just aren’t ripe enough to make careful decisions when they’re so emotional.

Depending on the patient, who is generally careful with the doctor, the patient may have a family history of Norwood Class VII hair loss or unreasonable diffuse alopecia.

Problems also arise when the doctor does not take care of the donor’s hair care and does not treat the hair to meet the patient’s goals. Transparent measurement of a patient’s veracity and other properties of the scalp allows the surgeon to know exactly how much hair is destined for transplant and can provide a model of recovery i.e. H. The possibility.

In all these cases, it will make a great contribution to the realization of personal rights and, in a short time, it will be able to become so for those affected, for those affected, for those affected. Unfortunately, scientific advancements not only control the essential aspects of hair restoration behavior and the minority of rights the procedure has with proper planning or treatment.

Five years of vision

The improvement in the surgical issues that have allowed more and more transplants to repeat and quickly reach their limits and support for donor care will be the main limitation for patients who have full hair again. Despite the fact that a follicular unit extraction technique is a technique in which the hair without a linear scar can be removed directly from the donor scalp (or even the body), this procedure is relatively little for transplant. The final breakthrough will come when the donor’s offer can be cloned. This is usually possible in animal models, the ability to clone human hair develops at least 5-10 years.

Key question

  1. The mistake that a doctor can make when treating a patient before hair loss is to have someone who is too young for a hair transplant because the costs are usually very high and the correct hair loss regimen is hair does not work.
  2. Chronic sun exposure per SE of hair transplant as preoperative sun exposure.
  3. In the patient’s general medical history, a Hellenistic metathesis is obtained. OTC sales booths are treated differently than they are not.
  4. Representatives believe that the psychiatric disorder in patients who go for hair transplant. It is not part of the person’s alleged hair loss symptom. The doctor must distinguish between having a policy response to baldness and depression, which is psychiatric advice.
  5. When delivering a hair transplant, the doctor must allow the patient access and need for hair with the loss and perception of the donor’s care during childbirth. We know that baldness changes over time. What decreases is that the donor area can also change.

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