With the increasing competition in the field of hair transplants, the claims for good results have also become more. I have presented those claims to experts in the field of hair transplantation and from their answers I have summarized the following. herbal hair loss treatment, experiencing hair loss
The techniques used
There are currently 2 techniques that are used in hair transplants. First the FUT method (follicle unit transplant). Here a strip with donor hair is removed from the back of the head and divided into so-called micrografts with 1-2 or 3 hairs. These micrografts are then placed where they are needed. With this technique, large treatments (more than 5000 hairs at a time) are possible.
Second is the FUE method (follicle unit extraction). The micrografts are removed from the back of the head one by one so that no adhesion is required. The disadvantage is that the back of the head must be shaved and that no such large treatments can be done because this method is very labor-intensive.
Your own hair back in one treatment
I wish it was true. Hair that has disappeared does not come back with hereditary hair loss. And in 1 treatment? May be that there is still her and that there is only a filling-in treatment between the still existing hair is needed. Then it is important to apply prevention otherwise it will be just as thin again within a few years. The hairs present then are the transplanted hairs. The original hairs that still existed during the treatment then disappeared. You can prevent that with prevention.
Her again just as thick as before
Forget it. Let me think a moment. Suppose you only have 50,000 hairs on your head (you have lost half). From the back of the head, the donor area is shifted to the head, say 5000 hairs. Then you still have 50,000 hairs? Only divides differently. It is never as thick as it used to be, because what you get on top of it is missing at the back. It is true that thinner hair at the back is much easier to hide. Also remember that without prevention your bare area can become larger than the still hairy area, the so-called wreath. Then you can never get back the hair thickness from the past?
Another thing to think about
Suppose you have a form of hair loss where you lose 1/3 and keep 2/3. Then you have enough donor hair but then you have to think that nature is more beautiful than we are. If we try to turn the hair just as thick as nature, we damage hair in the process of placing the hair in the head. What if you lose half and keep the other half. In order to achieve the original hair thickness on the head, you must use all the hairs from the back of the head. Also no solution. Now the last example. You become 2/3 bald and keep 1/3, the so-called wreath. Your hair is just as thick as before? What do you mean?
Just a few digits
On average, everyone has between 5000 and 8000 follicle units that can be moved if the FUT method is used. Each follicle unit contains about 2.3 hairs, in total between 11,500 and 18,400 hairs. However, if you use the FUE method, the number of follicle units that can be moved is less, between 3000 and 5000 follicle units. So in hair counted between 6900 and 11.500 hairs.
How many hairs do you have in total on the head before the hair loss? The most frequently heard figure is 100,000 hairs. That means roughly 50,000 hairs on the upper head and 50,000 hairs on the sides and on the back of the head. In order to reposition it you have to get somewhere around 22,000 follicle units. Apart from the costs, this is not feasible. But one consolation. It does not have to be as thick as it used to be. Did you know when hair loss on the upper head can only be seen? If you lost more than 50%….