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Hair transplant is a surgery which relocates the permanent hair to the bald/thinning areas.After the relocation of the grafts, the hair will keep growing. It will have the same characteristics as the hair from the donor site- size, quality, growth speed and the same lifespan. If you have hair from the donor area at the age of 90, the transplanted hair will keep growing into your 90’s too. That’s the beauty of hair transplant.
However, because it is relocation of hairs, it does have some limitations too. It is a growth of one to one ratio-if we transplanted 1000 hairs, it will only grow 1000.
The total number of the hairs will not have any change. It will increase the number of hairs at recipient site but there will be the same number of hair lost from the donor site. The total number will not have any changes at all. We are only able to guarantee that the transplanted hairs will be permanent, but any natural existing hair will not have any guarantees. It’s unrealistic to expect no further hair loss will occur, even after a procedure. A hair transplant cannot prevent future hair loss.
Finally, if you are young and have active hair loss, then prevention of further hair loss is very vital. A hair transplant can’t help this but medication can. Patients must seriously consider taking the medication after the surgery.
Like good health and youth, most of us take our locks for granted -- that is, until they're gone. For many people, a hair transplant can help bring back what looks like a full -- or at least a fuller -- head of hair. If thinning up top or going bald really bothers you, the procedure can be one way to feel more confident about your looks. But first talk with your doctor about what you can expect during and after the surgery.