Modern Techniques – Not your Father’s Hair Replacement Procedure


Now it’s not the time to think about those images in your mind that what hair transplantation looks like.

Those days are gone when people used to tell about the hair transplant looks immediately. Initially, people used to compare the looks of hair transplant with rows of summer corn.

Today’s hair transplant techniques are not your father’s time replacement procedure. Now the hair transplant is 100 percent natural looking and a safe procedure.

Now the well trained and experienced surgeons are able to use various state of the art techniques and latest equipment that helps in creating the hairlines and crown coverage that cannot be detected.

With the use of the modern techniques that hair is actually removed from the one part of the body i.e. donor site and transplanted to the bald area i.e. recipient site.

One the hair is selected then it is not rejected because it is autologous like the self-donated blood, if taken before then it can be used at the time of surgery in order to ensure the one-to-one match.

Just because the donor site and the recipient site are same, the new hair grows with same characteristics with color, texture, growth and curl. Thus, giving a natural appearance.

The vitality of the hair graft is also maintained in order to provide rich blood supply to the scalp. The grafts used nowadays are quite different from the hair plugs that were used in the 1970s – 1980s.

Now, you can also the best laser hair transplant in India which is done under proper care and it is very effective and painless technique.


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Dr. Vikas Gupta

I am Dr. Vikas Gupta I am hair transplant treatment specialist. I am tackled 2500 plus hair surgeries successfully. I using two types of techniques. FUE and FUT. You can check Hair Transplant Cost in Ludhiana Punjab India.

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