Hair transplant dwarka is a hair transplant technique that extracts hair from one part of the body and transfer them to a bald area of the scalp / body. The hair transplant dwarka technique is primarily used for treatment of male pattern hairloss. In this hair transplant dwarka technique grafts having hair follicles which are genetically resistant to DHT are transplanted to the bald areas of scalp. Hair transplant dwarka technique can also be used for eyelashes hair transplant, eyebrow hair transplant, beard hair transplant, chest hair transplant and pubic area hair transplant. Hair transplant dwarka technique can also be used to do hair transplant in old scars of accidents or surgery. Hair transplant dwarka technique can also be used to correct past wrong hair transplant cases.
Naturally hairs grow in groups of 1 to 4 hairs. Current hair transplant dwarka techniques harvest and hair transplant, hair “follicular units” in their natural position. Advanced hair transplant dwarka technique can achieve a natural looking hairline by copying original hair position and orientation. This hair transplant method is called follicular unit hair transplant (dwarka) technique (FUT). Donor hair can be collected in two different ways: strip harvesting hair transplant dwarka technique and follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant dwarka technique.
At first consultation, the hair transplant dwarka surgeon analyses your scalp, discuss your likings and hopes. The hair transplant dwarka surgeon then guides you on the best approach to correct your baldness and will discuss you what results you might practically get after hair transplant. Pre-operative examination at hair transplant dwarka will help you to know the present density of hair and what hair transplant density might be possible. So that hair transplant results of newly hair transplant dwarka hair grafts can be accurately measured. Some patients may benefit with preoperative topical minoxidil application and vitamins.
Before hair transplant surgery you should abstain from using medicines which result in bleeding and consequential poor grafting results. Alcohol and smoking can give to poor results of hair transplant by reducing graft survival. After hair transplant dwarka surgery antibiotics are given to prevent infections.
At Hair transplant dwarka, operations are done on an outpatient basis with local anesthesia injection only. No sedative is given during the hair transplant procedure. The scalp is cleaned with shampoo and betadine solution. Proper painting and draping of the scalp area is done before starting the process of hair transplant.
Several different hair transplant techniques are used for harvesting hair follicles. At hair transplant dwarka we have noted that each hair transplant technique has their own advantages and disadvantages. Regardless of the hair transplant dwarka technique, proper extraction of the hair follicle is supreme importance to ensure good growth of the hair transplant dwarka, hair and to avoid graft transection (the cutting of the hair shaft from the hair follicle root). Hair follicles grow at a specific angle to the skin’s surface, so at hair transplant dwarka, we remove the tissue at a parallel angle.
There are two main means in which donor grafts are taken out today: strip excision harvesting hair transplant and follicular unit extraction hair transplant.
Strip harvesting Hair Transplant Dwarka technique
Strip harvesting hair transplant is the most common hair transplant dwarka technique for removing hair and follicles from a donor site. The hair transplant dwarka surgeon gathers a strip of skin from the back of the scalp. A single bladed scalpel is used to remove strips of hair-bearing skin from the donor site. Every incision at hair transplant dwarka is planned so that complete hair follicles are removed. During hair transplant dwarka the removed strip of skin is about 1–1.5 x 15–30 cm in size. Whereas closing the resulting wound, junior hair transplant surgeons start to divide individual follicular unit grafts. The grafts at hair transplant dwarka are are small, as expected formed groups of hair follicles, from the strip. At hair transplant dwarka using binocular Stereo-microscopes, hair transplant dwarka surgeons carefully remove extra fibrous and fatty tissue while trying to avoid damage to the hair follicle. The newest hair transplant dwarka method of closure is called ‘Trichophytic closure’ which results in much finer scars at the donor area.
The hair transplant dwarka surgeon then uses very small micro blades or fine needles to puncture the sites for receiving the grafts, placing them in a determined hair density and pattern. The angle of the wounds in a reliable fashion to stimulate accurate hair pattern. The technicians at hair transplant dwarka generally do the final part of the procedure, inserting the individual grafts in place.
Strip harvesting at hair transplant dwarka will leave a thin linear scar in the donor area, which is typically covered by a patient’s hair even at relatively short lengths. The recovery period at hair transplant dwarka is around 2 weeks and then stitches are removed.