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Tips On How To Stop Hair Loss

Jun 17 '16 | By jonita | Views: 133 | Comments: 0

A strip of skin can be removed from the back of the scalp which would contain the hair follicles stuck in it, in the procedure termed as Follicular Unit Transplantation. The skin is dissected under a microscope to separate the hair grafts. One 20cm strip of skin can commonly contain 1,500 to 2,000 hair follicular units. The area of the scalp from where the skin strip is removed, leaving an open wound which is closed and sutured into a fine linear scar that may be hidden underneath upper layers of hair. However, with poor planning of either the strip excision, wound closure and suturing can leave a more prominent permanent scar. Hair Loss Protocol

Individual hair grafts are extracted one at a time through a long strenuous process. This surgical option eliminates the need to remove any skin strip or skin cutting, with resultant potentials of no permanent scarring. The procedure is also minimally invasive with very less downtime and surgical fatigue. However, the surgical planning of this method is a crucial factor, as the one at a time graft extraction exposes the hair grafts to stay out of the body for longer period jeopardizing graft survival after the transplantation.

For accommodating the hair relocation on the barren zones, a person requires more than a sufficient donor reserve (enough hair at the back of the scalp). This is also beneficial for maintaining an even density all through the scalp area. However there are set of many other factors which qualify the eligibility of a patient with the best potential credits for undertaking this surgery.

Assessing the baldness pattern of the candidates is required to understand the best technique possible for harvesting donor reserve hair, which is usually located at the back of the head. The faster you get to realize that the future baldness possibilities are well understood by glancing at the pattern of the current baldness pattern of the candidate. http://theimemoriesreview.com/

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