Many people with baldness issues may choose to have a hair transplant, mainly performed from the back of the head, chest and beard. The hair roots can be removed from those different areas during the process. In general, hair transplantation is preferred by people with baldness on the upper part of the head.
The process of transplanting takes from 4-8 hours, depending on the size of the treated area.
Which hair transplantation methods are available?
Hair transplantation began to be used in the USA in the 1950s, and with the developed technique, it has now become more common. The goal is to regain lost hair. The hair is removed from the nape between the ears and / or from the side parts of the scalp, and transplanted into bald or thinned areas. In addition to a hair transplant, according to the person’s requirement, the transplant is also performed in the areas of the eyebrows, beard and mustache. There are 3 different methods of hair transplantation: FUT (follicular unit transplantation), FUE (seamless hair extraction) and DHI (direct hair implantation).