For a long time, medicine could not offer anything to balding people. Until the middle of the 20th century, doctors could only advise people with alopecia to accept their illness and come to terms with it. But in 1960, everything changed. American plastic surgeon Norman Orentreich has developed an effective method to combat hair loss. It was based on the concept of a donor dominant. Hair transplant by Orentreich has revolutionized the world of plastic surgery.
Many years have passed since the first operations to the present day. During this time, technologies in hair transplantation have developed and improved, new methods of transplantation have constantly appeared, tools and equipment have been improved. Modern doctors can deal with almost any type of baldness. In addition, in recent years it has become possible to perform eyebrow, beard, mustache and even sideburns transplants. These opportunities offer enormous potential for all hair loss patients.
Hair transplant is a painless and comfortable procedure that is most often done in one visit at the clinic. With the help of a transplant, doctors can achieve a high density of hair, up to 97% of the transplanted hair survival rate. Hair during this operation retains its natural curls, slope and angle of growth. Hair transplantation makes it possible to mask even scarring alopecia, which is the result of various injuries, including burns.
Who can have a hair transplant?
Any patient from 17 to 70 years old with hair loss can do hair transplant. Modern technologies make it possible to treat hair loss in both men and women. Hair transplantation cannot be performed for cancer, diabetes mellitus, and certain mental disorders. Also, transplantation is contraindicated in some diseases of the scalp. At the initial consultation at the clinic, the doctor will determine the indications and contraindications for each patient individually.