Not everyone cares to know why they are losing hair; most people are just interested in you stopping the hair loss process and getting back the hair that they have lost. I’d say quite clearly that you need to know why you are losing hair so that you can keep it from happening again; and then, you can have hair replacement surgery so that the hair you lost can grow back. Simple, really. Sometimes I wonder how the doctors are able to pull off that hair replacement thing. With all the strands of hair and strips of skin that they need to be moving around, it has got to be a complicated thing. Yet they do it; starting today, and finishing in well over a year… They must really have genius in them. But well, I suppose it’s their job, and what they get paid for. With up to two or three hundred strips of skin to move around, I’m pretty sure some surgeons can get it all mixed up well before the hair replacement process is done. But they seem to pull it off all the time, barring a few unpleasant incidences of people reacting one way or another. This is rare enough, however, so I can tell you that it is indeed your best bet for hair back. Better believe it.
In the eighties, it was Brazilian Uebel who thought you didn’t have to transplant hairs in small numbers of skin grafts for hair replacement. Following him, Rassman of the US thought that thousands of “micrografts” might work in a single session. It did, and the dreams of one man almost two centuries prior with skin grafting gradually grew into hair transplantation as we know it today. Do not be carried away with a doctor’s history of successful surgeries, especially when the doctor’s résumé cannot show sufficient evidence of relevance to what you are looking for. Hair replacement might not be all that much of a new thing, but it does need someone that knows it to make it happen well for you. Insist on getting someone that you have more faith in.
There are so many new advances to medical technology today that things formerly unheard of have become an order of the day. Who would have ever thought hair replacement would have been possible just twenty years ago. Kudos to the medical professionals who just would not rest until they have the perfect solution to hair loss and baldness. Wait up; one thing you need to understand about hair replacement is that it is unique to each individual. The way you look when it is over is entirely dependent on what you want, what you have discussed with the doctor performing the operation, what your doctor understands that you want, and what your hair is able to achieve. It will do you much good to get a good view of what all of these things are before you get into it, so that things do not go wrong along the way.
There are all kinds of baldness, or alopecia as the medical guys will prefer to call it. This infection that causes people to lose their hair is mostly difficult to reverse, and the male type –male pattern baldness– is the most common. But lots of such bald people today have reason to smile -thanks to hair replacement surgeries. You can be like them too, if you decide to. Since as far back as the 19th century, all kinds of people have been giving and receiving skin grafts in various ways; and by the beginning of the last centenary Japan actually had begun to see traces of modern transplant techniques. But the hair transplant part did not really set out until about 30 years ago, and only lately did it swing into gear.