Hair transplants are a surgical procedure to restore hair growth by moving hair from one area of the head to another. The success rate of hair transplants is high, and many men find that the procedure can last a lifetime. There is some pain associated with the surgery, but it is typically minimal. Overall, hair transplants are an effective way to treat hair loss.
What Is a Hair Transplant
A hair transplant is a surgical procedure to move hair from one part of the head to bald or thinning areas. The most common type of hair transplant is called FUE. In this procedure, a strip of skin containing many hair follicles is removed from the back or side of the head. The strip is then divided into smaller grafts containing one to four hairs each. These grafts are then transplanted into the bald or thinning areas.
Hair transplants are usually done under local anesthesia, and you can go home the same day. The procedure takes four to eight hours, depending on how much hair is being transplanted. You may need a second surgery to transplant more hair if you continue to lose hair or if your first surgery doesn’t give you the desired results.
It takes two to three weeks for the transplanted hair to fall out, and you should start to see new growth within a few months
Hair transplants are considered to be successful when the grafts taken from the donor area survive and start to grow in the recipient area. The success rate of hair transplants depends on various factors like type of hair transplant procedure, expertise of the surgeon, and the number of grafts transplanted. The industry standard for a hair transplant success rate is between 60-70%. However, if you work with Koray Erdoğan, you are going to like the results. Since he is one of the sector pioneer in hair transplantation in Turkey he will try to do his best to feel you happy with your new look.
Does Hair Transplant Last
A hair transplant can last a lifetime. The success of a hair transplant is based on many factors, but in general, a successful transplant will result in thicker-looking hair.