The way men experience hair loss is different for every individual, whether it’s the age they first start to experience hair loss or the speed at which hair thins or recedes. A hair transplant is a way of surgically taking healthy hair follicles from one area of your head and implanting them onto bald or thinning areas. This can help to restore the natural hairline.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) involves taking an area of healthy hair and transplanting it onto an area of hair loss in order to stimulate hair growth. This is a good option for those looking to cover a wide area of hair loss. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) involves taking individual hair follicles from the back of the scalp. Fine incisions are then made in the area of hair loss and the follicle is inserted.
It is done under local anesthesia as daycare procedure.
Procedure Time: 1-2 Hours
Hospital Stay: 0 Days
Recovery Time: 0 Weeks
Hair Fall Treatment
Hair Fallis common problem encountered these days in both males and females. There are various reasons for it like Stress, Inadequate Diet, Prolonged illness, Post delivery, Genetic factors, Certain medications etc..
PRP therapy- Platelet Rich Plasmais plasma portion of autologous blood which consists of platelets and variety of growth factors.
Around 15-20 ml blood is withdrawn from patient and centrifuged to make Platelet rich Plasma. This plasma is injected in scalp under local anaesthesia.
Laser For Hair Reduction
It’s a procedure which uses concentrated beam of light to remove unwanted hair.
Hair contains Melanin pigment which absorbs light emitted by LASER. Light is converted into heat which damages hair follicle thereby inhibiting or delaying its growth.
It usually requires 5-6 sittings depending upon area and maintenance sittings thereafter. It’s not a permanent method but reduces the density of hair to an extent making it completely indiscernible.
Interval between sittings depend upon area to be treated. It varies from 3 weeks to 16 weeks.
Scar that develops after acne can take weeks or months to fade or can give permanent scarring. Scar development has lot to do with extent and duration of skin inflammation, so delaying treatment can lead to more blemishes and scarring.
Scar can be Hypertrophic or Atrophic (Icepick/Boxscars/Rolling Scars). Various treatment options are available depending upon scar:
- Chemical Peels
- Microneedling with or without PRP therapy
- Fat grafting for depressed scars
Over the years, dead skin cells can accumulate on your face and clog up your skin.
Peels gently removes superficial layers of skin, reducing the appearance of age spots, blemishes, fine lines and wrinkles. It allows the body to build new collagen and regenerate fresher, newer, more radiant skin.
It can be used to help rejuvenate skin around the eyes and mouth and on the face, neck, hands, forearms and chest.
It also helps to reduce acne scarring, reverse skin damage, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, remove hyper-pigmentation and other signs of ageing.
Over time, and sometimes with massive weight loss, face gradually looses volume which can result in fine lines, wrinkles and premature aged look.
Fat Grafting uses patient’s own fatto reverse this effect. Fat is harvested mainly from abdomen and thighs, processed and with help of fine cannulas injected into area of volume loss. It gives:
- Structural support to soft tissues
- Restores contours
- Gives a youthful appearance
- Reduces creases and hollowness around eyes.
Fat is also used for
- Acne scars
- Depressed scars