Hair Transplant Myths That Just Can’t Be Ignored


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Hair transplant surgeries were in the past taken to be an abomination, but these days, the story is different. Many people are getting affected by immense hair loss and baldness and they can’t live with the kind of feelings that hair loss creates. Even with so, there are myths that have to be corrected for better ideas

Number one is the myth that hair transplant surgeries are a taboo. This can be a taboo to one person and to another, it’s not. This surgery was innovated because of the need to permanently end hair loss and baldness. There are many people who live a happier life after these surgeries.

The next is that hair transplant surgeries are involved with substantial scars. The surgeries are not all about creating scars except a linear scar created in FUT. With the help of an expert, the scar is reduced and the hair in the donor area can be used to cover the scar. There are also other treatments like Botox treatment and laser scar removal used to get rid of the scar

The other myth is being painful. Hair transplant surgeries are performed after anesthesia is given to a patient to create numbness during the procedure. Antibiotics and painkillers are at the end given to the patient to prevent infections and pain. Maximum care is expected from the patient while taking care of the scalp at home.

These surgeries have been beneficial to many patients and Hair Transplant in India is one of the fields that have increased the inflow of patients from various countries. These surgeries are performed by well-trained and qualified surgeons to satisfactorily treat patients suffering from baldness and all types of hair conditions.

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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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