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Hair Transplantation " Procedure, Side effects, Complications and Results"

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    Hair loss is a frustrating problem for many persons. When confronted with this problem, many patients hair transplant prefer this procedure due to its permanents effects.
    Men or women suffering from hair loss or those having rare hair, are the perfect candidates for this procedure. Those who lost their hair as a consequence of severe burns or other traumas can also benefit from this procedures.
    Hair replacement candidates must have healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas.

    Procedure:
    Hair transplantation involves removing small pieces of hair-bearing scalp grafts from a donor site and relocating them to a bald or thinning area.

    Frequent side effects:
    Most of the side effects vanish in one to three weeks. The most frequent side effects are : aching, excessive tightness, or throbbing .
    If bandages are used, they will usually be removed one day later. You may gently wash your hair within two days following surgery. Any stitches will be removed in a week to 10 days.

    Complications:
    In some cases, infections or local scars may occur. The patient may also be confronted to an unnatural aspect or the loss of the transplanted hair. Bleeding may also occur.

    Results:
    For many persons, hair transplant procedures are permanent.

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