Before and After Hair Transplant, Istanbul, or hair transplant surgery, is the most sought after hair restoration surgeries in the USA. A hair transplant in turkey represents a cheap and permanent solution to hair loss, a condition that distresses millions of people from around the globe. Hair loss can severely affect mentally and emotionally many individuals, if left unhealed. When you begin to lose your hair it can be emotionally difficult, and it can also make you self-conscious. Many individuals will opt for a hair transplant in turkey before and after treatment as an effective means of dealing with hair loss.
Hair transplants in turkey are performed under the supervision of a board certified specialist who uses donor area from one part of the patient’s scalp (the donor area) to cover the scalp area of another part of the patient (the recipient). The hair transplant procedure has been designed for the patient to have natural-looking results. The procedure utilizes a hair implantation procedure (wherein an implantation device is used to surgically implode hair follicles into the recipient). The donor area and the recipient areas are both then surgically implanted by the surgeon.
Prior to and after a hair transplant in turkey there will be an extensive consultation process that will take place. During the consultation the surgeon will perform several laboratory tests on the patient to ensure that he or she is a good donor area. He or she will also want to know a little bit about your lifestyle to ensure that the procedure is appropriate for you.
Hair transplants in turkeys are rather similar to procedures that occur in humans. They are generally undertaken for two main reasons: (a) to address the loss of hair or baldness caused by genetics, and (b) to help alleviate other medical conditions that might be causing hair loss. In a hair transplant procedure for a human follicular units from one area of the scalp are surgically implanted into the recipient. The surgery is called a “strip harvesting” procedure. In hair transplants in turkeys, the hair follicular unit is “stripped” of its hairs before being implanted into the target area. After a few days the transplanted hair unit will then fall out.
Before and after the procedure, there will be a number of procedures that are undertaken. Your doctor will first talk to you about your personal circumstances and goals for the procedure. He will ask you a series of questions pertaining to your prior medical history and to your plans for taking advantage of your hair transplant. He will also discuss how the procedure will be executed and what your expectations should be. He will review the donor area(s) that will be used for your procedure and determine the best surgical and medical techniques for achieving the goals you have established.
The success of your procedure depends very much on the skill of the surgeons that perform it and the success of the overall surgical team. Hair transplants can be performed quickly, but they are not successful if the surgical team makes mistakes or does not adhere to pre-planned guidelines. Your surgeon should oversee the surgical team and ensure that they adhere to his stringent quality standards. Surgeons should have years of experience in performing hair transplant procedures. Experience is especially important if the hair loss problem is likely to be recurring, since it helps surgeons identify problems in advance and work to keep them from happening again.
Hair transplant surgeons who have been certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (ABPS) are highly skilled, experienced professionals. Before and after hair transplants conducted by these highly qualified surgeons produce natural-looking results that are indistinguishable from natural hair. Many surgeons mistakenly operate on patients who have very fine hair that is difficult to transplant and may produce unrealistic expectations of what they can achieve. These surgeons are qualified to perform any type of procedure that involves the use of scalp tissue, including follicular unit grafting and micro-grafting.
When a patient has hair transplanted from areas of the scalp other than the one that has been damaged, it is known as a focal hair transplant. The most common reasons for focal transplants include complete hair loss, receding hair lines, extreme cases of hair loss, and patients’ natural tendency to strand. Before and after photos of patients who have undergone focal transplant surgery demonstrate their natural-looking results after receiving the transplant. No two before and after photos are exactly alike, and this is why it is so important to carefully compare before and after photos of your own hair follicles to those of a friend or family member who has had a focally transplanted hair transplant.