How is Hair Transplantation done?

Aaron Paul is one of the famous names who had a hairline procedure to remedy hair loss and regional baldness. Hair loss can increase from time to time, but this is not only due to the seasons or external factors. Serious hair loss occurs in people who genetically carry the hair loss gene. Especially in men, hair loss occurs due to genetic predisposition. Under normal conditions, 100 or 150 strands of hair are lost per day which is considered natural, but when this number increases, hair loss starts to cause problems.

 

Aaron Paul, who had serious hair loss and faced the problem of regional baldness, created a great impact after his hairline was corrected. Hair transplantation is a permanent and effective solution as new hair strands are regained from hair follicles. First, donor hair is extracted from the patient from existing hair strands or other hair follicles in the body for the hair transplantation. Then, new grooves are opened on the scalp and hair strands are placed into these grooves. After this process, the hair strands grow in a healthy way and are permanent for life.

 

 

What are the Growth Stages of Hair Strands?

The growth process of hair strands can vary from person to person. Hair grows over time and is a structure in transformation. Hair growth from hair follicles grows through different stages. These stages are examined in three different groups. Initially the most important stage of hair growth is called the anogen stage.

 

In the anogen phase, which is completed between approximately 2 years and 6 years, hair strands grow from the roots. Hair strands that grow by about 10 cm in the anogen phase constitute 85% of the hair growth phase. The next stage is the catogen phase. This process is known as the transition process of hair growth. The last stage in hair growth is the telogen phase. Hair growth is completed in this hair phase which lasts about 2 or 3 months, and the cycle starts again.

 

Things to Consider in Hair Transplantation

Before hair transplantation, people should be carefully examined to establish whether they are suitable for this procedure. The experts who examine the patients determine the area where the hair transplantation should be applied. At the same time, the amount of hair transplantation should be decided considering the hair density. One of the famous names, Aaron Paul, got the full hair he wanted by getting a hairline transplantation.

 

Hair strands are transplanted as needed for the determined area before hair transplantation. However, if we are committed to the problem of hair loss, people with baldness must not be completely bald when they apply for hair transplantation. Although hair follicles are taken from different parts of the body, hair follicles taken from the nape of the neck are more effective. At the same time, hair transplantation can be applied regionally in areas such as the forehead or the crown area.

 

 

Who Can Have Hair Transplantation?

Hair loss is a problem experienced by many people which has a negative impact on their self-confidence. Baldness occurs in cases where hair loss is not prevented. This can happen to anyone, regardless of age, male or female. Aaron Paul had a hairline transplantation to combat this problem which was successful. However, those who want to undergo the procedure must be over the age of 18.

 

Hair, even sparse hair strands, must be found in the nape area, which is considered the donor area In hair transplantation. At least the presence of hair follicles will be sufficient. Moreover, it is necessary to have sufficient hair follicles to equip the area where the patient feels insufficient and has the problem of baldness. Aaron Paul is one of those who had a hairline made by extracting hair follicles from the nape area.