1. What does it involve? Surgical procedure in which hair is removed from a donor site, sectioned into micro-grafts and transplanted into a balding or thinning area on the scalp. Micrografts are most common; other grafting techniques include flaps, tissue expansion and scalp reduction
2. How much time is taken? An hour to many hours depending on size of the transplanted area
3. Does it need Anaesthesia ? Local or general, depending on technique used
4. How much is recovery time? Return to normal activities in two to three days. Avoid vigorous exercise for three weeks
5. What are risks involved? Differences in transplanted hair texture and density, scalp numbness, bleeding, wide scars and complications related to anaesthesia in some rare cases. Successive surgeries may be necessary.
6. How long the results last? Permanent
7. What else I need to know? The bunch of hair at the back of your head are usually the last soldiers remaining even in a bald head. The toughness of this section of hair is used commonly by harvesting and transplanting them as micrografts


Micro Hair Transplant


Hair transplantation is an operation that takes hair from the back of the head and moves it to the area of hair loss.A small section of tissue is removed from the donor area and is then dissected under magnification into individual follicular units and micro-grafts.Our world class surgeons offer impartial consultations with the view of ensuring that what you eventually decide to do about your hair loss is appropriate to you.







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