Laser Hair Transplant

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People have been going bald for thousands of years. And as long as we have been losing our hair, we have hated it. Nothing is worse than that one dreaded morning where you wake up and realize there's an above average amount of hairs on your pillow. Then you go to the bathroom and look in the mirror to inspect your hair. All of a sudden you realize that you are losing your hair.

There are many options available to you in order to combat your hair loss. Some products do it by by preventing more hair loss, others do it by stimulating growth of thinning hair. Yet others claim they can regrow lost hair.

Some topicals such as Minoxidil and Aminexil have been known to work effectively against hair loss. Then there are the drugs finasteride and dutasteride that also have a proven working against hair loss. But they only work as long as you are taking them. Stop their intake and your results will vanish over the coming months.

The only method that gives you permanent results is a hair transplant. And these days, this kind of surgery is done using the laser for natural results.

Laser Hair Transplant

The laser hair transplant is now the standard way of performing the treatment. The laser is used to precisely create recipient wounds in the top of the scalp. These wounds are where your donor hairs will be transplanted.

This wounds used to be made using a scalpel that was held by hand. This gave the patient much bigger wounds, which required much longer healing time and increased the risk of complications. The results were worse because of the longer healing time as well.

But today, because of the tiny wounds that take only very small groups of hairs, the results of hair transplants look completely natural. An expert surgeon will be able to give you such a natural looking head of hair, that people will never know your hairs are implants.

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This article was published on 2010/03/27