• Does the transplanted hair fall out?

    While hair clumps (grafts) are taken, hair follicles that are resistant to shedding are taken between the two ears at the back of the head. Since the hair in this area is resistant to the DHT hormone, which causes hair loss in men, it maintains its permanence in the transplanted area for a lifetime.

  • Should I Wait For The Shedding To End To Have A Hair Transplant?

    The answer to this question is partly personal and partly dependent on the state of the spill. In men, usually after the age of 35-36, the shedding that creates clarity stops. E.g; For a person whose front hairline has regressed at the age of 20 and whose hair in the crown area has weakened, it can be expected that the shedding will progress and the area to be shed will be shaped.

    However, the number of people who have lost all of their hair at a very early age is too high to be underestimated. Hair transplantation can be planned for these people who have completed hair loss, regardless of age.

  • What is the Best Season for Hair Transplantation?

    Autumn-winter seasons are more preferred for hair transplantation. This gave rise to the question of whether hair growth is affected by the season in people's minds. From a medical point of view, hair can be transplanted regardless of summer or winter, and the transplanted hair grows in the same quality without being exposed to a seasonal effect.

    However, in the hot summer months, people prefer the autumn-winter months for hair transplant procedures for reasons such as sweating, protecting the planting area from the sun, and vacation plans.

  • Is Hair Transplant Risky?

    First of all, the general health status and history of the person applying for Hair Transplantation should be evaluated and it should be ensured that there is no risk for the procedure. There is almost no risk in hair transplantation performed with a doctor and an experienced team in sterile hospital conditions. Every surgical procedure carries its own risks.

    Complications that may arise during or after Hair Transplantation appear as simple complications that are not life-threatening. DR. As HAIR ESTE CLINIC, we carry out our operations in a class A hospital, which has the necessary physical equipment for all risks that may arise. Our treatment protocol is always applied meticulously against a possible complication.

  • From which area are the roots taken for eyebrow transplantation?

    Grafts to be used in eyebrow transplantation are taken from the back of the head as in hair and beard transplantation.

  • What is the most important point to be considered in eyebrow transplantation?

    Eyebrow drawing should have the golden ratio and a suitable line should be drawn on the person's face. In addition, the first condition to have a natural eyebrow is to use the single-stranded hair follicles and to separate the multi-stranded ones as single-stranded.

  • Do transplanted eyebrows grow like hair?

    Grafts taken from the hairy area at the back of the head act in the character of a hair with a hair structure in the first few years. During the eyebrow growth process, the eyebrows should be shortened with scissors by giving the natural direction to the eyebrows with an eyebrow brush. Grafts will adapt to the tissue and catch the eyebrow form, and their growth rate will slow down day by day.

  • How long does eyebrow transplantation take?

    Eyebrow transplantation takes between 2-4 hours depending on the loss of eyebrows. Since it will take time to decide on the shape of the eyebrow and create its frame, people who will have eyebrow transplantation are asked to create the eyebrow line they want with a temporary contour one day before the procedure.

  • What should be considered in beard - mustache transplantation?

    What should be considered in beard - mustache transplantation?

  • How many sessions does a beard and mustache transplant take?

    Beard and mustache transplantation is an application that can be performed with local anesthesia and usually one session is sufficient.

  • Healing process in beard and mustache transplantation

    After the procedure, the crusting on the area heals very quickly. In beard and mustache transplantation, the hairs on the roots begin to fall out on the 15th day. It's normal. Shedding hairs start to grow again after 3 months. The desired beard and mustache length is achieved in approximately 6 to 8 months.

  • With which technique is Beard Transplantation performed?

    Beard transplantation is more suitable for the FUE-Sapphire technique. Due to its beard structure, it consists of thick and single-wire grafts. Since the facial area is sensitive, a 1.2 mm sapphire tip is used and leaves much less scar tissue, this scar is too small to be seen with the naked eye.

    Since the needle part of Choi pens used in the DHI technique is metal, it will create trauma to the skin after a while. This will cause redness, acne and traumatic tissue in the face area.

  • From which area are the roots taken for beard transplantation?

    As in hair transplantation, in beard transplantation, the roots are taken from the hairy area at the back of the head between the two ears. This area is genetically resistant to shedding, and people who have no beard need between 2000-3000 grafts, this number can only be taken from the nape area.

  • Can natural results in hair transplantation be achieved in beard transplantation?

    Can natural results in hair transplantation be achieved in beard transplantation?

  • In how many days will my image recover after beard transplantation?

    During beard transplantation, a certain amount of liquid is given under the skin, as in hair transplantation. However, this fluid accumulates on the cheeks and chin by the effect of gravity, and the edema will decrease visibly within 2-3 days.

    After a 10-day crusting process, all the crusts in the beard transplanted area are washed until they fall off. As of this day, it will not disturb the person, and even before the shock shedding, he will have a beard with a 2-3 number of stubble length. The redness on the face will decrease day by day.

  • Is the DHI technique suitable for everyone?

    While the DHI technique is the preferred option in some cases, it can sometimes be advantageous or disadvantageous compared to the Sapphire-FUE technique. E.g; Sapphire FUE or DHI both can be preferred for someone who needs 2500-3000 grafts with the anterior right and left temple areas completely opened. Both techniques have their advantages over each other. However, while Sapphire FUE technique is more advantageous in people who need a high number of grafts, DHI technique is more advantageous in unshaven hair transplantation.

  • How many grafts can be transplanted in one session in DHI technique?

    DHI technique takes longer time than FUE-Sapphire technique. In the Sapphire FUE technique, 2 people can implant, while in the DHI technique, a single person can apply the implant. For this reason, considering the time the grafts wait outside, a maximum of 3000-3500 grafts can be transplanted in one session with the DHI technique.

  • What is the biggest advantage of DHI technique over Sapphire FUE technique?

    In the DHI technique, the graft is placed in a needle-tipped metal channel and the graft is left by entering the skin with a needle at an appropriate angle. In other words, the possibility of trauma to the graft during transplantation is much less compared to the FUE sapphire technique.

  • Can the DHI technique and the Sapphire FUE technique be applied in the same session?

    Yes, it can be applied. If there is a spill table suitable for applying both techniques, for example; For a person whose anterior region is completely shedding, the hairy area in the middle region is healthy, and who has the complaint of thinning in the crown region, the fully opened area in the front region is suitable for the FUE sapphire technique, and the hairy area in the crown region is more suitable for the DHI technique. Both techniques can be applied together in this and similar processes.

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