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Two techniques are used for hair transplantation process, FUT (follicular unit transplant) and FUE (Follicular unit extraction).
Hanif, pioneer in hair transplantation from lower chin and chest hair, said he was aware of reservation of religious circles about transplantation, so he had taken edicts (Fatwa) from different school of thoughts.
The fact that Birmingham can now offer robot-assisted hair transplantation means great things for those looking for hair restoration.
The new hair restoration method is completely different from hair transplantation, the usual procedure of redistributing hair from one part of the scalp to another and successfully treats hair loss in women and baldness in men.
In 31 chapters, surgeons from the US and Canada explain to new and experienced facial plastic surgeons, otolaryngologists, dermatologists, and plastic surgeons facial aging, skin care, and anesthesia; chemical peels and lasers for skin resurfacing; treatments for scars; tissue volume management through fillers, fat, and liposuction; hair removal; neuromodulators; and more minimally invasive procedures, such as endonasal and office rhinoplasty, and brow, blepharoplasty, mid face, lower face, and lip rejuvenation, as well as otoplasty, fat reduction, and hair transplantation.
There is no specific treatment for this condition but the patient can benefit from hair transplantation in the future (3), (5), (8).
Hence a surgical technique known as hair transplantation is used to cure people from baldness and to help them in growing the hair back.
Known for unparalleled healthcare standards and state-of-the-art facilities, Dr Bicer is a specialist in medical aesthetic practice, specifically in hair transplantation, botox, fillers and cosmetic surgery, while Dr [euro]nAbi[euro]No[bar] is acclaimed as one of Turkey's leading experts in non-surgical aesthetics.
Hair transplantation surgery involves the repositioning of hair follicles from the rear of the scalp (donor area) to areas of thinning/balding (recipient area).
I am certain that the young people who belong to my son's generation will not suffer from baldness because medicine will have eradicated it by knockout before any of them reach the age of thirty, especially as hair transplantation has made so many strides and can now be done with individual hair follicles rather than big grafts.
The techniques for virtually invisible hair transplantation achieved in the last twenty years are presented in this clearly-organized and well-illustrated oversized volume (8.