Hair Transplant Guideline
Hair Transplantation Process
• After the extraction of thousands of hair grafts, it comes to analyzing these grafts one by one under special microscopes to classify and put them into an order for transplantation. Meanwhile, the specialist will open new channels to insert and transplant the harvested hair grafts in your recipient area. It is quite essential to use special needles explicitly designed for this job to get successful results. The application of local anesthesia will prevent you from feeling any pain.
• Placing each graft requires high patience and experience to produce satisfactory and natural-looking results.
• It is natural that there will be some scars and blood on your head due to the surgical operation, which will become invisible soon.
• The recipient sites are made by the physician in a precise pattern, which will determine the direction that the hair grows out (once it begins growing). This is an extremely important part of the process, as the hair direction is continually turning on the top of the head. Similarly, the hair in the whorl (back of the head) must follow the original radial pattern. It usually takes about an hour and a half for the hair transplant specialist to make all of the recipient sites in a typical case of 2000-3000 grafts.
• Following the specialist's making of the recipient channels, it is time to install the grafts. The surgical techs have been cutting the grafts for about two to three hours now, and they should be nearly finished. Under the medical doctor's supervision, specialists working simultaneously can install 2000-3000 grafts in about 2-3 hours.
• Once all the grafts are in place and adjusted to the proper position, the specialist will review the overall placement and apply a bandage covering the transplanted area. Then you will review the post-op instructions.
• You will also be prescribed to take particular antibiotics and other tablets to reduce the risk of swelling and infection for the first three-five days after the surgery. Pain-relieving pills are used to increase comfort when needed.
• Your bandage will be removed and done with your first controls 12-24 hours after the surgery, where your hair wash will be done in 48 hours.
• You will be supposed to follow hair wash instructions as prescribed until the scabs and blood are removed, preferably till the shampoo and lotion are finished.
ADVANTAGES OF MEDCO HAIR TRANSPLANT SERVICES:
- Successful implementation of FUT-FUE-DHI hair transplant methods and results
- Latest automated (powered) FUE techniques. Reliable results and natural-looking hair
- PRP supported FUE Techniques to enhance the best outcome
- Highly professional treatments, up to 5000 grafts (circa 10.000-14.000 hairs) in a single session.
- Facial hair transplants for men (beard transplant, mustache transplant)
- Body Hair Transplant (BHT)
- Hair transplantation for women
• If you have hair loss, hair thinning, baldness, or Androgen alopecia, looking for hair loss treatment or hair replacement, hair transplantation, we can help you bring back your confidence and self-esteem, and image.
• We are good hands in FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) or FUE hair transplant, with motorized hand engine and punches.
• For non-surgical hair loss treatment, we provide PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) injection and supportive medications such as Minoxidil Lotion.
• We are also specialized in refined follicular unit hair transplantation (strip FUT) using state-of-the-art techniques in hair, depending on patients’ requests.
How Many Grafts Will I Need?
Out of all the questions you ask and want to ask from your surgeon while undergoing hair restoration, how many grafts do I need? This question is frequently asked because of how many grafts will cost you how much grafts will cost you. They often encounter a person who undergoes surgery and spends a certain amount of money or paid a different cost.
You can easily send us a total of four pictures of your hair, from the back, front, and two from the sides, and we will reply to you within 24 hours. You can use the Norwood Scale to understand how many grafts you will need.