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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


What is Hair transplant?

Hair transplantation, it is a common surgical technique in which hair follicles are removed from a part of the body which is referred to or called as the donor site (as the site is from the follicles are taken) and then is placed on to the bald or balding site which is called the recipient site (as it is where we transplant the follicles). 


What are the causes of male pattern Baldness?

  1. Genetics 
  2. Androgen – male sex hormone is also responsible for regulating the growth of hair
  3. Cancer
  4. Side effect of some medication
  5. Thyroid condition
  6. Nutritional deficiency
  7. Environmental factor
  8. Fungal infection or dryness of scalp 


What are the types of hair transplant surgeries?

First, we will discuss on the basis of the harvesting of the donor area. As per harvesting from the donor area, it is of two types :

  1. Strip harvesting
  2. Follicular unit extraction also known as FUE

Another classification is on the basis of equipment used

  1. Manual
  2. Robotic


What are the side effects of Hair Transplantation?

  1. Tissue scarring due to the ability of the surgeon
  2. On-site infection
  3. Allergy due to anesthesia
  4. Shock loss- loss of hair post-operation expected as the hair then grows back


Is hair transplant permanent?

Yes, it is. But we still do need to take care of the area and get routine checkups with the surgeon


What is the cost of the hair transplant?

The Cost of Hair Transplant varies from person to person due to the following reasons:

  1. Extent of your Hair Loss
  2. Number of Grafts to be planted
  3. The technique of Hair Transplant Used by Surgeon (FUT or FUE)
  4. Geographic Location of the Clinic or service provider
  5. Experience and Goodwill of Surgeon
  6. Affiliation of Doctor
  7. Hair Characteristics or texture


On average, hair transplant in Gurgaon might cost you this much:

Minimum price may be at Rs.77,000

Average price may be Rs.98,000

Maximum price may go upto Rs.1,65,000

Each graft costs about Rs. 20/- to Rs.120/-, depending upon a surgeon’s experience and center’s reputation and the technology implemented.

You may also want to know

Hair transplant or hair transplantation is a surgical technique in which hair follicles are removed from one part of the body which is referred to as the donor site (as the site is from the follicles are taken) and then is placed on to the bald or balding site which is called the recipient site (as it is where we transplant the follicles). Hair transplant is a process which is used to treat balding pattern often in males. Hence generally refer to this treatment of the male balding pattern. Hair transplant can also be used to treat or restore the areas around eyes for example eyelashes, eyebrows or areas around the beard and chest. Sometimes it is also used to cover up an area where a scar is present due to trauma and needs covering up. Rarely, people use the technique in the pubic area also.


Indications for getting a hair transplant

Balding is the major condition in which hair transplant is recommended and especially when there are areas in which hair is present at some and not at others. This is more of an aesthetic related purpose surgery that we do as today good and vibrant hairline is a mark of confidence as well. Eg: Some Movies stars endorse hair shampoos and we buy that shampoo as we want such beautiful hair, hence people do not like balding pattern unless by choice as good hair makes us feel more confident.


Stages of male baldness pattern

There are various ways in which the baldness pattern is classified. We will be discussing the most common classification pattern, the Norwood scale pattern. As per the Norwood scale pattern the balding pattern is divided into seven stages. We will discuss the stages in brief to have a better understanding.

Stage One

In this, thinning of hair is noticed around the temples and slightly receding hairline or recession of hair. But, it often is not noticed by an untrained eye.
Stage Two

In this, we notice that the balding near the temples area has increased and moved further inwards, often described as creating M-shaped hairline. It is very commonly noticed in males.
Stage Three

In this stage, the baldness becomes more visible and the recession in the temple area increases and grows to the extent that there is little or no hair in the temporal regions. Also, during this stage, we notice that the area on the top of the head becomes thinner and noticeable. During this stage, often some people notice spotting or spots where hair is missing.
Stage Four 

This is an advanced stage and when the patient reaches this stage, he is sure that he is experiencing balding and it is very much evident and noticeable by the human naked eye. During this stage, the patient often develops bald spots which are noticeable and difficult to hide. There is hair thinning on the crown portion of your head and you might lose large patch or patches of hair.

Stage Five

In this, the most common and early sign is that of the horseshoe-shaped hairline. This marks the stage when the hair loss is becoming severe and becomes difficult to treat.

Stage Six

By the time the patient reaches this stage, he has managed to lose a large portion of his hair and there is a major loss of hairline. The amount of hair covering the crown portion of the head is minimal hair. 

Stage Seven

This stage is considered to be full baldness. This is the classic horseshoe or cul-de-sac pattern, in this, the crown portion is completely bald. If no actions have been taken, the chances of recovery are very slim. Often, surgeons evaluating the patient in stage seven, generally recommend hair transplant and only do so after explaining to the patient about the success chances and making him aware of what he should expect. 

                                         

Causes of male pattern baldness

  1. Genetics - This is the most common cause. Genes play an important role. Having a family history of baldness is often seen as a major factor.
  2. Androgen - Male baldness is often related to hormone androgen which is the male sex hormone. Androgen is also responsible for regulating the growth of hair. 
  3. Cancer - Some sort of cancers also cause balding.
  4. Medication - In some cases, for example, epileptic patients who are taking medication are prone to hair loss as a side effect of the medication
  5. Thyroid condition - Minor but has been seen causing hair loss.
  6. Nutritional deficiency - If the protein content in our diet is not sufficient we are prone to lose hair.
  7. Environmental factor - Sometimes, the surrounding polluted air and water might also cause hair loss.
  8. Infection – Due to some fungal infection dryness of scalp can lead to hair loss.


Eligibility criteria

When we notice balding we often think, is hair transplant a good option for me? Will it be successful? Am I the correct candidate for this?

These are some very important questions that we ask ourselves and hence go visit doctors for medical consultations. 

So, some basic pointers we should keep in mind while we consult the doctor are :

  1. The hair color matters. If there is too much of a contrast between your hair and skin tone it will be difficult to cover the area.
  2. The thickness of the hair - One whose hair thickness is better, is a better candidate than the one whose hair is thin. Even if balding is severe in case of the person who has thick hair.
  3. Shape of the hair - the more curly your hair, better the coverage you will get so this also an important aspect
  4. Flexibility of scalp - Yes, I understand that this might sound weird as how can my scalp be flexible. But the matter of truth is our scalps are flexible. The more flexible it is, the more follicles the surgeon can put and give you a better result. If you have a rigid scalp, the results would be less than pleasing.
  5. No scalp disease - If you have alopecia then this is a risky deal as the chances are that it will fail. 
  6. Money - Yes, a hair transplant can be expensive as it is not just the surgery but the postoperative care in terms of using special hair products and getting routine check-ups followed by routine vitamin injections or meso treatments could be required. So please be sure to take all of this into account otherwise you might just spend money and not get its worth.


When Am I not a good candidate for hair transplant?

  1. Diagnosed with Stage six on Norwood scale
  2. Diagnosed with Stage seven on Norwood scale
  3. Diagnosed with alopecia
  4. Rigid scalp


Types of Hair Transplant surgeries

It is actually classified into various types. First, we will discuss on the basis of the harvesting of the donor area. As per harvesting from donor area, it is of two types


Strip harvesting

  1. It is the most common method used to get hair from the donor site. 
  2. In this we take or harvest a strip of skin from the donor site; generally the posterior or back part of the scalp which has good hair growth. Then scalp is used to remove the strips of hair-bearing tissue making sure so as intact hair follicles are removed. 
  3. The normal size of the strip that is harvested ranges between 15cm to 30cm. 
  4. The hair follicles then using a microscope are treated and the excessive fatty and fibrous tissues are removed so as the follicular cells can be used for grafting. 
  5. In this very small and tiny micro blades are used in association with fine needles where the then harvested follicles are placed. 
  6. There is a thin linear scar that is noticed at the donor site which is covered by the hair of the patient even at short length. 
  7. The recovery period is of around two week approximately and might require staples or stitches as per the discretion of the surgeon.


Follicular Unit extraction (FUE)

  1. As we discussed in strip harvesting that we harvest a strip of linear skin from the donor site but in this we do not need to do the same. 
  2. We extract multiple singular follicles from the site using punch incisions with the help of micro scalpels and blade in association with the fine needles. 
  3. The follicles contain about one to four hairs in a single follicle and approximately 2000-3000 grafts are harvested. 
  4. Now FUE can be done in a single long session or multiple short sessions as per the comfort of the patient and the surgeon. 

The advantages that follicular unit extraction has over strip harvesting is that it gives much more better and natural results, does not require large area for harvesting like in strip harvesting, no linear scar and postoperative pain and discomfort is minimized. Also an advantage is no suture removal is required in this. But nothing is perfect in this world hence it also has some disadvantages. These include very high or increased surgical time as extracting and harvesting 3000 grafts takes time, higher cost to the patient as it is expensive and since it is technique sensitive so a very highly skilled surgeon is required to pull this off otherwise we will notice that some follicles are not able to stay at the transplanted site.


Another classification is on the basis of equipment used

  1. Manual
  2. Robotic


Preoperative assessment and planning

Routine preoperative guidelines include:

  1. Physical examination of the patient by the doctor along with the examination of the donor site
  2. Discussion of the expectations and the results
  3. Sharing of any prior medical or surgical history
  4. Diagnostics as recommended by the doctor if any
  5. Paperwork which includes signing of the consent form
  6. If you are on any blood thinners then you might have to stop taking it a week prior to the surgery or otherwise as per the recommendation of your doctor
  7. If you smoke or drink alcohol or any other substance abuse please inform your doctor and as per the recommendation of the doctor you might have to stop it
  8. Follow the instructions of your doctor


Postoperative guidelines or post-operative care

Even with the advancement in medical sciences we still need to take some preventive measures. These include:

  1. Change of semi-permeable wound dressing daily so as we allow seepage of blood and tissue fluid
  2. Recipient area should be shielded from the sun
  3. Shampooing of the area to prevent the formation of scabs; some doctors recommend starting of shampoo after two days of the surgery some suggest next day after the surgery. This will be left to the discretion of the surgeon
  4. Antibiotic course to avoid any infection


Side effects

  1. Tissue scarring due to the ability of the surgeon
  2. On-site infection
  3. Allergy due to anesthesia
  4. Shock loss - loss of hair postoperatively expected as the hair will grow back later


Alternatives for hair transplant

  1. Wigs or hairpiece - we can use them to cover the balding area
  2. Topical solutions like Minoxidil can be used to slow hair fall and induce the follicular growth
  3. Oral medication like Finasteride is also recommended
  4. Use of vitamin E capsules along with oil for the nourishment of the hair