How Does Hair Transplantation Work?
This is a basic article on how modern hair transplantation works. Through some review of the history of hair restoration,
we can understand how far we have come today. When many of my patients come to see me, they are just confused about how hair
transplantation works and what they have to do to maintain the results over time. Lets go back to the beginning. In 1939 and 1942,
Okuda and Tamura in Japan discovered that hair transplanted from the back of the brain to reconstruct fallen pubic hair can survive
and grow. Due to public bathing rituals in Japan and diseases of young Asian women suffering from pubic hair loss, this type of
transplantation proved to be an important step in knowing that the hair transplanted from one part of the body to another will
thrive and survive… however… It was not until the 1950s that the famous New York dermatologist Norman Orentreich knew that the hair that moved
from the back of the head to the place where there was baldness in front of the head would not disappear with the passage of time like this.
The original hair there. He called this phenomenon the, which means that the hair moves from the back of the head to the genetically susceptible area that is prone to hair loss. The characteristics of the donor hair will be retained and will not be lost over time. This is a brilliant breakthrough we need to know. Although transplanted to areas
prone to hair loss, the results will continue to exist. If you want to know, why is it not easy to lose hair on the back of the head? Well, only God knows. However,
this is indeed the case. Think of the baldest person you know (the hair on the back of his neck has not been shaved). There is a lock of hair behind him.
Even the most bald-headed people have horseshoe-shaped hair on the back of their heads. The only trick for hair transplantation is to know which area is
the transplant area, that is, which area will not eventually be lost as a person ages. This is one of the main reasons why transplanting people in their 20s
may have problems. We just dont know how many hairs in the back of our heads will not fall out over time. In addition, we may simply use up the donor hair to
transplant the front part of the head and maintain the natural results, because as we age, more hair (untransplanted) falls off. This judgment is indeed one of
the main attributes that distinguishes experienced hair transplant surgeons from novices. Knowing who is operated on (ie who is safe and who is not)
is a basic prerequisite for safe hair transplantation. According to the law of supply and demand, people with high donor hair density, that is, the donor area
has many hair follicles per square centimeter, in many cases can cover a huge degree of baldness in a natural and impressive way. Taking into account the degree of
hair loss of a particular person and the supply of donor hair, the surgeons clever use of grafts with good pattern distribution and good angles will help
ensure that the results are both natural and dense Will the transplanted hair be like another hair I did not transplant?
Will I cut it like another hair The answer is yes. I further explained that hair transplantation simply moves the hair from one side of the head to the other, just like taking a flower from one
flowerpot and moving it to another flowerpot. It will grow in the new environment just like in the old environment. Although the number of transplanted hairs will
not be exactly the same as the hairs that have fallen out, the surgeon can use good techniques to make 5000 transplanted hairs (generally large treatments) look
like 50,000 hairs that have fallen out (the beginning of hair loss until now) Where it becomes obvious. )
Hope this short article on understanding
how modern hair transplantation works will be helpful to those who are curious about how this process works or are seriously considering the procedure.
Samuel M. Lam, MD, is a board-certified hair transplant surgeon in Dallas.
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