Alopecia is the lack of hair, which may be partially or complete. Most common is in the frontal region.
There are hormonal, genetic and medicinal causes, among others.
The Norwood scale for baldness degree
The operation consists of transferring a strip of the occipital region of the scalp, which is prepared in small grafts of one to four hairs, which are implanted in the area requiring hair.
The area receiving the transplanted hair does not require stitches. The duration of the surgery varies from two to four and a half hours.
The occipital donor area is closed.
Anesthesia: Can be local anesthesia with sedation. The patient will be discharged on the same day, after being awake and feeling well.
Healing is faster, with minimal crust during recovery, reflecting the fact that the procedure is minimally invasive.
The marks of the transplant quickly become imperceptible.
The post-transplant period, which caused some embarrassment before, has been reduced to a few days.
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