From past to present, everyone’s hair, regardless of male and female, falls out one by one in certain cycles of 4 – 5 months and then new hair grows. However, due to some negative factors, the normal cycle of the hair is disrupted and the hair follicle is deformed. As a result, permanent hair loss occurs. There are certain factors that cause such situations to occur. Briefly, we can say genetic causes, hormonal causes and environmental factors. Of course, these factors have diversity within themselves. One or more of the factors may act simultaneously. As a result of these effects, the characteristic structure of the hair begins to deteriorate.
Therefore, the hair looks thinner and weaker than it is and even the hair growth time changes. If PRP, mesotherapy or specific vitamin mineral supplements are started when these effects are first observed, the problem will mostly disappear with early treatment. However, if these treatments are not applied, hair frequency will continue to decrease at certain rates. In some cases, complete hair loss occurs, in some cases, regional hair loss and in some cases, partial thinning of the existing hair. Although partial thinning does not fully disturb the person, they often cannot give the hairstyle they want, so they are unhappy because they cannot use the hair as they want. Another example of this type of situation is people who have undergone a hair transplantation while having a complete opening, but their hair is sparse. In both cases, the total hair density is increased by performing hair transplantation between the existing hair.
There are several situations that should be considered when performing hair thickening on sparse hair. The first of these should be to perform this procedure without damaging the existing hair. The trick here is to examine the existing hair well and carefully select the gaps between the hair to be transplanted. If there is enough space between the two existing hair strands to be transplanted, it is necessary to transplant, otherwise the original hair will be damaged and shed. Or, on the contrary, if the gap between the two hair strands is less than necessary, the existing gap will not be completely closed. As you can see, although it is a simple procedure, it should be paid attention.
In the second case, in addition to hair transplantation in the gaps between the gaps, other thinned and weakened hair should be protected by applying supportive treatments. Otherwise, they may fall out in the future and hair transplantation may be required again. Therefore, it is very important to protect the original hair.
People who are going to tighten the existing hair usually do not need a very high number of hair follicle transfers and these people do not want to move away from their work and social environment, that is, they do not want it to be obvious that they are doing hair transplantation. In such cases, hair transplantation procedures are performed with or without cutting the hair. Of course, the appropriate hair transplantation technique should be applied according to the area in need.
In this type of hair transplantation method, both the operation process and the development process after the operation do not vary. Again, the existing hair continues to grow after the operation. However, the transplanted hair falls out within the first 1 month. After about 3 – 3.5 months, the hair starts to grow slowly. After 6 – 7 months, approximately 60% of the transplanted hair grows. It takes up to 1 year for the hair to grow from all of the transplanted hair follicles. It even takes a little longer in some people. Of course, treatments that support the metabolic rate that accelerate this process can be applied. As a result, this situation varies according to the metabolic rate of the person.