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If you have had the unfortunate experience to undergo poor hair transplantation surgery, you may have scarring. For example, imagine if you were to have a follicle unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant and three strip hair transplants from a doctor that did not have the best reputation. You might wind up with three large scars, with a pair being closed by way of trichophytic.
Regardless of how they are closed, you are understandably concerned about your three large scars, and you might be wondering whether your doctor has effectively ruined your donor area. Many people in this situation are desperate to fix the scars left behind from previous doctors and finally complete their frontal hairline. However, the question remains with regards to whether or not this is possible, and if you could have your scars revised.
Though a definite answer is difficult to provide for such a complicated situation, it is possible to improve upon or revise some past scars. However, it is rarely ever brought to complete, 100 percent satisfaction. Many doctors have been known to be able to improve the areas of donation in a patient that has either have very large scars or several scars in the donor area from previous doctors. It is also possible to make a cosmetic improvement to grafts that were placed before.
It is important to note that a patient who must undergo repair from an unacceptable or failed hair transplant will probably have to undergo several sessions. In order to get back that natural look, you will probably need more than one session. You may not get complete rectification under very extreme circumstances, however. This is why it is important to select a surgeon with consistent results of excellence, regardless of how much it costs to undergo the surgery.
Hair loss affects millions of people through-out the world and with that in mind there are a lot of people who can do next to nothing about it. There are creams, shampoos and even prescription medication but even with those nothing seems permanent. With so many people affected by hair loss, what all can cause it?
One of the first things people look into when they find themselves starting to go bald is their parents. In fact, many people with balding mother’s or father’s have probably already been eyeing their mother and father to see what they might look like one day and praying that the baldness gene skips their generation.
However, genetics is not the only way a person can end up going bald. There are plenty of ways a person can start to go bald and some of those ways include their own little cures.
Substance abuse can hurt a person’s hair. At first it will start to thin in places, but as drug use wears on then so does the affect on the hair. For healthier hair, it might be time to check into rehab.
Pregnancy or menopause can also affect the hair. When a woman’s hormones are up in the air and surrounded by that emotional rollercoaster feeling it can affect the hair causing it to get very thin or dry and eventually fall out little by little. However when hormones go back to normal than so does the hair.
Age is also a factor. Sometimes as we get older our bodies just do not adjust well to it and we end up getting wrinkles, wearing dark saggy circles under our eyes and losing our hair.
Poor hygiene/ poor nutrition are also something to look into when you start losing hair. The old saying you are what you eat rings true here. So if you are eating unhealthy it will show in your hair and skin. If you are not taking care of your hair, like not washing it or over washing it then that can cause some issues with baldness.
Hair loss can come to people from all walks of life, but thanks to hair transplant surgery something can be done about it. If you are at your wit’s end and have tried changing your lifestyle and still no change in your baldness, then it may be time to look into hair transplants.