How Synthetic Hair Transplants Work and Possible Risks
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How Synthetic Hair Transplants Work and Possible Risks

We’ll talk over a few basics of the procedure before getting into everything you need to know about a synthetic hair transplant.

For people who are suffering from hair loss, is most commonly androgenetic alopecia, also known as androgenic alopecia but more widely recognized as male or female pattern baldness and hair transplants are a treatment to restore full hair of people suffering from hair loss.

Individual hair follicles from a portion of your scalp known as the donor site, which is unaffected by male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness are taken and grafted onto the damaged area in a natural hair transplant.

In the initial stages of hair transplants, “hair connects,” or clumps composed of multiple hair follicles had to be removed and replaced. The clusters of follicles, or hair grafts, would appear unnatural, nevertheless, because there is often a visible gap between the hair implants.

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How Synthetic Hair Transplants Work?

The way synthetic hair transplants, also known as artificial hair implants, function differs from that of natural hair transplants.

You must have enough healthy hair on your scalp to transplant to the area in need of hair growth, as well as the capacity to grow hair in the area of your scalp that is thinning, to be a candidate for a natural hair transplant.

For those who are unable to grow hair on the thinning area of their scalp or who do not have enough hair to qualify for a natural hair transplant, a bio fiber hair transplant may be an excellent option. Furthermore, a variety of colors, lengths, forms, and hair densities are offered in synthetic fibers.

Before the treatment, a local anesthetic is applied to the scalp area if you are having a synthetic hair transplant. From then, on an anesthetic scalp, the treatment can deposit up to 600 artificial hair fibers every hour; on average, 1,000 fibers are placed during the procedure.

Are Hair Transplants with Synthetic Hair Effective?

undergone artificial hair transplantation to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Automatic Biofibre implants. Less than 2% of patients experienced problems after two years, and nearly 98% of patients were happy and satisfied with the results.

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What Are The Risks of Artificial Hair Transplant?

The nonmedical function of the implants and the use of fibers that are not suitable for the scalp were mostly to blame for these risks.

Some of these risks included:

  1. Infections
  2. Cysts
  3. Allergic reactions
  4. Possible carcinogenicity
  5. Scarring alopecia (cicatricial alopecia)
  6. Frequent replacement of fibers

Conclusion

In the past 40 years, synthetic hair transplants have advanced significantly to become far safer and more successful. For those who are facing hair loss problems
, the technology available today offers for more natural looking results. especially for those people who might not have donor area for a transplant of natural hair. However, there are many more benefits to a natural hair transplant if you are a good candidate than to an artificial hair transplant.

Speak with one of our expert right now to know more about hair regrowth procedures and to see whether you are a ideal candidate. We can help you get started on the path to having hair restored right now by offering you a consultation.

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