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Hair loss is a natural phenomenon, which is particularly observed in spring and autumn. Physiologically, there is in parallel an equivalent capillary renewal (a hundred hairs per day). This loss of hair, when it is too abundant, leads initially to a miniaturization of the capillary stems (thinner hair), from where the appearance of a partial baldness often at the level of the frontal zone, or sometimes total in the worst case. Depending on the individual, this phenomenon can be observed gradually but also develop over a very short time, of the order of a few years.

This leads to a change in the body image, a loss of self-confidence and psychological and social disturbances which leads the patient to consult. If in the early days, medical treatments can considerably slow down the development of androgenetic alopecia, they cannot on the other hand create new hair, because a destroyed hair is definitively.
Hair Transplant In Islamabad therefore becomes necessary.

The hair transplant is a so-called autologous transplant, that is to say that each graft is taken from the subject itself at the level of the scalp, at the back of the head. Therefore, there can be no rejection of grafts by the patient’s immune system. This characteristic is the essential point of hair transplants in the sense that there will be no rejections. It is a surgical intervention which, thanks to technological developments, has made it possible to minimize the scar impact, observed with the strip technique, with complete disappearance of large unsightly scars with “appearance mimicked of the donor area” and existence of a very large, very visible scar which signified the completion of a failed transplant.

Currently, in my opinion, there is only the follicular transplant, called FUE, which gives the greatest satisfaction. It is however limited by the abundance of the donor occipital zone (zone located at the level of the nape of the neck) and by the number of grafts necessary in order to cover all the glabrous zone (bald area).

FUE: Follicular extraction technique

The FUE micro graft, victim of its success, has seen the birth mainly of many FUE’s, FUE ultra and DHI derivatives, all of which are follicular extraction techniques. Originally performed in humans, FUE has been continuously improved over the past dozen years.

Improvement of extraction engines (to avoid damaging the bulbs of the hair to be implanted), improvement of surgical sampling techniques (with atraumatic punch, by Artas robot, etc.), improvement of cell preservation solutions and above all improvement of implantation of the follicle (Placing). In women, although unable to perform a full shave of the donor area, as in men, discrete discrete and staged partial shaving techniques (Patchy techniques). It is thus possible to take fewer hair implants, but just as much during a strip sampling technique.

If hair transplants are not the only answer to all hair loss issues, they are the Best solution for intensifying the hair density of bald areas. Indeed, no medical treatment can create new hair.

Nowadays, it is an increasingly popular and increasingly affordable cosmetic surgery operation. However, we must not forget that she must be supervised in a reassuring medical environment, both from an asepsis point of view and from a training point of assistants because we notice more and more complications, sometimes serious, coming from countries where this is not respected. It responds to the problems, sometimes very disabling, encountered by men and women of all ages.

Hair loss is indeed not exclusively male and can be explained in different ways. These may be genetic, hormonal causes linked to the hypersensitivity of the follicles to dihydro-testosterone which activates the capillary cycle which causes miniaturization of the capillary rods, an acceleration of this same cycle, then a disappearance of the hair. This is called androgenic alopecia.


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