crown Hair Transplant
crown Hair Transplant
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What is a crown Hair Transplant?
In comparison to other hair treatments like PRP, stem cells, etc. A hair transplant is a permanent hair restoration method that offers patients greater outcomes. Crown Hair Transplant helps clients in regrowing lost hair (crown area by placing hair directly on the vertex of the head. It is most appropriate for males who have Norwood scale stage 3 hair loss.
How does it Work?
How does it
- Provides those suffering from hair loss with long-lasting and natural results.
- Restores hair growth in the scalp’s bald spots
- Helps in achieving a natural and attractive aesthetic appearance for the scalp
The surgeon’s primary responsibility throughout the process is to pinpoint the precise spot and angle where the hair has to be inserted; otherwise, the results won’t seem natural. The surgeon begins the process by selecting an appropriate hair growth pattern based on the location where hairs need to be implanted and the patient’s personality.
Similar to the transfer of tradition, artistic vertex design includes two stages:
1. Grafts harvesting phase
2. Grafts transplantation phase
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Side effects include a tight, painful, and swollen scalp. Transient scabbing at the transplanted hair site, a single scar or several extremely little scars.
According to reports, hair that has been inserted in the crown may take a bit longer to grow; on average, it takes a full year and, in rare circumstances, as long as 18 months for the hair to fully develop. The recipient area will take approximately a week or two to look to be reasonably well healed after a crown treatment.
The pain experienced following a hair transplant varies; some individuals may only have soreness for one or two days, while others may experience considerable discomfort for a week or more. You may feel some soreness for a longer period of time since, generally speaking, the more grafts you have, the longer it takes to recover.