Before we do your Hair Transplant let’s share some basic knowledge of hair anatomy.
Scalp Anatomy Relevant for Hair Transplant: Our scalp has five layers, which are the skin (where hair follicles grow), connective subcutaneous tissue, galea aponeurosis, loose connective tissue, and periosteum over the cranium.
Graft/Hair Follicle:Hair Anatomy,our scalp has five layers . The skin is the layer of scalp in which we do hair transplant. Results of hair transplant vary depending upon how deep the hair follicle are. Depth of Graft/Hair Follicle depends upon the stage of Hair cycle. Hair fall leaving its root behind and from this hair root new hair follicle grows. If new hair does not grow over this area then we do hair transplant in dwarka. At our hair transplant centre in dwarka we have noticed that there is thinning of the outer two layers in the areas of hair loss.
Hair Transplant (how deep to work): Blood supply to the hair follicles come through the vascular channels. During hair transplant one has to stay superficial. This avoids compromising hair density at the donor area during hair transplant. Deeper penetration might lead to reduced scalp sensation after hair transplant.