You must want to do anything to get your hair back, right? If yes, I can totally identify with that. However, what I really want to ascertain is this – can you stay the course for the whole duration of the treatment? I am speaking of hair replacement surgery, virtually guaranteed to make you grow your hair again, but more certain to last up to two years. Do you have that can patience that it will takes? Ask yourself.|It was back in the late 50s when the technique came into being. It was developed to help folks suffering from baldness to compensate for their baldness by attempting to transplant hair. The pros found out pretty quickly that you cannot transplant hair alone; you have to move it along with the skin that contains the hair follicles. Well they did that, and now it works. Today, it’s called hair transplantation, and everybody who’s got the courage and funds for it is going to it. The question is, do you have the courage and funds too?|Hair transplantation involves that small tufts of hair be removed, which contain active follicles, from mostly from the back of your head. There are other parts of your body that the hairs can be gotten from, but it is a general consensus that the hair and skin here most closely resembles or matches that of your crown. And so, the hair removed is used to replace the hair lost, and you can live happily ever after.
I have tried to imagine a lion – a male lion – without its mane, and what a sorry sight that was! All of a sudden it dawned on me how bad people must feel when they have to lose their hair and not be able to get it back. Thankfully, not anymore with the advent of hair replacement surgery. If you never trusted anything else, trust this one. I guarantee you will get that lost hair back; maybe not exactly “that” hair, but another – since the hair is gotten from other parts of your body.|Folks lose their hairs all the time, but not everyone has what it takes to take their hair back. With the right amount in your bank account, with the right doctor to perform the… er, series of surgeries, and with the right kind of mind and patience, you’d never have to worry anymore about hair loss because even the hair that you have lost can and will be given back to you.|Do you have balding areas on your head? Do you have that shaking, sinking feeling like you are never going to grow you hair back? I daresay you should have no fear. I have heard of this great new procedure – better, I have seen it – where the doctor uses some kinds of skin graft from your own body to get you your hair back! Wait up, don’t just stand there reading this, go see a doctor and learn more. Your fears about no hair ever again? Baseless.
The idea behind hair replacement is to take tufts from areas of your skin that are still growing hairs, especially the back of your head, and then graft them to bald areas. Merely understanding the logistics of this procedure will show rather glaringly that it cannot be a short-term process. Each time a skin graft is removed and repositioned, you will have to wait until the recipient part of the skin adjusts to it, otherwise, you cannot proceed. This is why there might be several sessions before the process is complete, sometimes lasting even years.|I have seen people lose hair from off the top of their heads, and usually this lasts for years before it is complete. Perhaps it has happened sometime somewhere for someone to lose all of their hair in a couple of days, but I have not seen it. It follows that the process to grow the hair back, by transplantation, is not going to be a short one. So you should be patient when undergoing hair replacement surgery.|To regrow the hair that you have lost to baldness, you have to understand that patience is indeed a virtue. With well over 200 tufts or grafts needed to make the process as complete and successful one, you must understand that your surgeon needs to exercise meticulous care. Now this could take anything from a few months to a few years. Please, don’t be in too much of a hurry.
The speed with which your own body heals – the rate at which grafted skins with hair on them are readjusted back into the rest of your dermis – goes a long way in determining how long your hair replacement program will last. I say program because I do not consider it to be anything less. There are people who are known to have completed the process in just a few months, but for the most part, people are at it for closer to two years,|The length of time required to successfully complete a hair replacement procedure varies with a number of factors. One chief thing that you cannot overlook is that your surgeon is both experienced and competent. Once you are certain that they know what they are doing, please get reassurance from them about how successful you think it’s going to be, and how your body – or hair – is expected to respond to it. Continue only when you know that the outcome is something you are willing and able to live with.