When is the best time to have a hair transplantation?

Hair loss is an issue which affects the self-confidence of people in a negative way. If you have complaints about hair loss, then it is the time to meet Bestify Group!

When you are older than 18, you are allowed to be performed with hair transplantation. But the hair loss between 20 and 30 is the maturing of their hairline even if they think they are experiencing a receding. After 30-35, your hairline will be stabilized, and it is the advisable time for the hair transplantation. Also, your donor area is another point to see if you are suitable or not for the hair transplantation.

What happens after a hair transplant?

If you want to get your new hair, you will be the one who is more responsible to get them after the treatment. Since you need to take care of your head during at least 1 week. You should avoid crashing, shaking your head, scratching etc. Of course, there are some possible complications after the treatment. For example, bleeding, pain, numbness. However, if you follow the instructions which is given by the medical team, you will be alright and have your dreamy hair.

Methods of hair transplantation:

There are 3 types of hair transplantation. One of them is FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) which is the oldest technique. This method is not preferred often anymore since it may cause some visible scars on the scalp and take more time for the recovery period. Another one is FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) which is the latest technology and widely known.  DHI (Direct Hair Transplantation) is also another method of hair transplantation which is performed by a special pen called Choi-pen, however up to 2000 grafts can be performed with DHI. That is why if you have a wide balding area, DHI is not suitable for your condition.

How do you know which one is suitable for you then? You can learn it easily by a click for Bestify Group! So that you will know which Norwood class your hair type is belong to. If you think it is the time, we say it is the time to meet us!

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