A Step-Wise Explanation Of Maryland FUE Hair Treatmentby Sarah Morris Consultant
With more and more people losing their hair, better and better treatment options to correct or hide the issue are emerging too.
Men have long since been associated with hair loss, with most of them getting bald patches initially that post some time take over the entire head. Women, on the other hand, lose hair sporadically and suffer hair thinning and wider hair partings more than baldness.
Most people take hair fall in stride in the very beginning. They start worrying when it is regularly much more than normal; say about 100 plus strands on a daily basis. They try natural or herbal remedies in the early days. For many, these work wonders and the hair fall either staggers or comes to a complete stop.
For many, however, these do not work and they go on to buy various glitzy hair care products which advertise hair fall control. Now, the issue with most of these products is that they are not what they seem. Most of them are just a cocktail of chemicals and they may show initial results but those quickly peter out. In a few cases, it has been seen that they cause more harm than good in the long run.
Now, truly worried, the persons rush to a trichologist or doctor, who after doing all possible investigations suggests treatments or medicines or eve supplements in case you have dietary deficiencies. These may help the patient to quite a large degree, but what does one do about the baldness one is already experiencing?
And enter hair transplants.
When the hair loss has led to the massive receding of hairline or huge bald patches, a person can go in for a procedure called hair transplant.
Two types of hair transplant procedures are common nowadays; these are Follicular Hair Transplantation and Follicular Unit Extraction.
Both of these are accompanied by their sets of pros and cons.
FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction is a time taking procedure but its results are far more natural than the other methods.
What happens is:
To prepare for Maryland FUE hair transplant, the patient is usually given local anaesthesia at the site.
Hairs at the donor site are trimmed. Using a micro surgical extraction instrument, the surgeon starts individual follicles (usually 1-4) from the site.
When the requisite numbers of follicles have been removed, the doctor will prepare the recipient site and using a microneedle, start inserting the hair follicles at a natural angle that’s the same as your existing hair.
Extreme caution is exercised while transplanting the follicles to ensure a most natural looking hairline and density that match your original hair.
Once Maryland FUE hair transplant process is over with, the area is cleaned and the patient receives instructions regarding after care. Experts like Dr. Cappuccino will ensure that the patient understands the importance of post-surgery care and follows all instructions carefully. This will ensure complete recuperation and great results.
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