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FUT & FUE Hair Transplant in Delhi (South Delhi), India

FUT & FUE Hair Transplant in Delhi (South Delhi), India


Best FUT & FUE Hair Transplant Surgery in Delhi

We offer nothing but the best. Best quality, best cost, best results & use latest technique for hair transplant. If you are looking for reasonable cost of Hair Transplant in Delhi with quality treatment then we are the right option. We offer both FUT or FUE Hair Transplant/Hair Transplant Surgery.

Procedure is performed by Dr. Sandeep Bhasin (Cosmetic Surgeon with 17 yrs. of experience) & he uses multiple therapies in addition to Hair Transplant for natural & good results.

 

Why Us

  • Treatment starts with the diagnosis of skin & hair by Dermoscopy
  • Analyze the root cause of the problem
  • Combination of treatments for best results
  • Advanced BIO-FUE method
  • PRP + Mesotherapy Free for better growth
  • Bollywood/Designer hairline
  • No root touch technology
  • Minimum graft transaction
  • Best hair angle graft transplant
  • Enhance graft survival with latest technology
  • Team trained by leading National & International hair transplant surgeon
  • Member of AHRS & ISHRS

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Hair transplantation technique involves a surgical process that shifts hair follicles from a part of the body known as the ‘donor site’ to a bald area of the body called the ‘recipient site’. It is a cosmetic surgery conducted on men (and occasionally women) who have significant hair loss, bald patches and hair thinning/miniaturization.

This procedure is also known as hair transplant FUT (follicular unit transplantation) or FUE (follicular unit extraction). Hair takes almost 9 months to fully grow back after a transplantation session is conducted. Some regards the hair transplant technique as no more than the latest fad, but it is actually a benediction for all those people suffering from severe hair loss.

Bollywood’s most popular actor Salman khan hair transplant gives an irrefutable example for this workable technique.

 

 

Why Hair Transplantation is required?

Genetic factors, diet, lifestyle and age crucially contribute towards male pattern baldness:

  • The surgical hair transplant technique is essentially required to treat hair loss and grow back new hair on parts of scalp which have gone completely bald.
  • It is mainly performed to treat male pattern baldness in which the hairline moderately recedes to uncover more and more of the forehead.
  • Balding and thinning of hair at the very top of skull or back crown can be effectively treated with hair transplantation method.
  • Women experiencing hair loss due to hormonal changes are more likely to experience thinning of hair in the entire head and this can be cured by hair transplant techniques.
  • Transplants can also be performed to replace hair lost due to certain diseases, burns or injury.

Approximately about 50,000 men get transplants each year.

Right Age for Hair Transplantation

There is no defined age for Hair transplantation as it can be done even in 20s, 30s and also in case profession demands, like any individual in glamour industry, seeking marriage or being social active. Male-pattern baldness could begin as early as teenage years and shows its noticeable effects in early 20s.

Experts say that treatment should be provided after thorough diagnosis of the cause of hair loss in both men (Diagnosis of Hair Loss in Men) & women (Diagnosis of Hair Loss in Women). After proper diagnosis, hair transplant treatment can be given irrespective of the age. A cosmetic surgeon and hair transplant professional stated that of the 40 hair transplant patients he performs every month, an estimated of 90% are males in the age group 25-35 years old. Of that, a major lot – over 60% – are in 25-30 years.

Remember that not all hair loss is the same and factors including hormones, genetics, lifestyle, diet and environment can all play a key role.

So make an appointment with us for clear diagnosis and hair treatment plan.

FUE Hair Transplant

Hair Transplant Before and After

 

 

Hair Transplant Methods

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Hair Transplant

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a hair transplant procedure in which hair transplant surgeons extract individual hair follicles from the donor site of the body and places the follicles in the affected areas. FUE is more commonly performed in men with classic horseshoe pattern of baldness.

It is a non-invasive surgical process and accounts for no-pain experience for patients. Based on advanced technology, FUE is the most effective hair transplantation procedure. Soon after treatment, patients can return to normal lifestyle and routine activities.

Read more about FUE

 

Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) Hair Transplantation

In FUT procedure, surgeons transplant thousands of grafts from the donor sites to the recipient regions. It all happens in just one session, thus, maximizes the cosmetic effect of the medical treatment. Prior to treatment, patients are provided with local anesthesia, which reduces their pain and discomfort. FUT technique enables surgeons to cover large areas and provides effective results.

Read more about FUT

 

Which is the ideal number of grafts per sq. cm. in hair transplantation?

Let’s calculate how many grafts are needed for a good density for any hair transplant procedure. In normal, we have an average density of 70-100 grafts per sq.cm. Considering this we may have 50-75000 grafts (not hairs) in the whole scalp.
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For frontal area: We recommend 40 grafts per sq cm for only hair line. Otherwise 60-70 grafts per square cm for frontal hairline including temple closure as that is what will significantly decide your hair transplant results. This will make a good dense frontal.

For mid section: A person will need around 30 grafts per sq cm. However, the density of grafts also depends upon the size of the mid-area that is empty. But if your mid part is expanding and there is thinning then this count is acceptable.

For back: Around 20 grafts per sq cm in the back are required. It is serves as a donor site, so it is advisable not to extract more grafts from here and plant here only.

This will give fuller look at the front where it is most required and it will help to retain the donor area for future transplants.

Hair Graft Numbers required to treat different stages of Hair Loss

Norwood Taxonomy system of hair loss (read about classification of hair loss in women) provides standard guidelines for the number of follicular unit grafts required in the first hair restoration procedure.

Read more about Hair Grafts

 

Best way to define Front Hair Line

  • Ideally, difference of 20 cm should be kept between Frontal Eminent Hair Area & Temporal Area in males. Straight hair line is more of like women or Trans genders and won’t look good in men.
  • Designing temporal triangle (hair making a triangle shape on sides) is must as it is a sigh of youth.
  • Wavy like structure is required or the hair after transplant will look artificial. This means, surgeon must not transplant grafts in a very refined way especially at front. Creating punches in a very refined straight or circular line is a big no.

 

Are transplanted hairs really permanent?

Body Hair Transplant

Body hair transplantation (BHT) is a medical procedure through which thick and dense hair from various parts of body are transplanted to areas which lack sufficient hair. Most men tend to have excess hairs in their chest, pubic and other body regions and simultaneously face baldness. In such cases, surgeons transplant unwanted hair from body (donor site) to scalp (recipient site). BHT is a cosmetic process based on Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE technique.

Read more about Body Hair Transplant

 

Is hair transplant right choice for me?

Anyone could be a good candidate for hair transplant surgery but considering certain factors is a prerequisite to decide for which technique of hair transplant to opt for or if to even go for a hair transplantation surgery or not.

 

The key to identifying good candidates for hair transplant surgery can be as follows:

Estimating the pattern of patient’s hair loss

In a young person say below 25 years, it is hard to determine what the eventual pattern of hair loss might be and your transplant surgical process may result in an unnatural appearance as you lose more hair that are not transplanted. If you still seek to have a covered scalp, then you could get away with a small transplant with FUE that will provide moderately more density correcting the hairline.

If you are an adult and is suffering from any kind of hair loss, then you could certainly choose hair transplant as a means to hide balding and thinning. Hair transplant for such people is the most viable option as the transplanted hairs never fall out, look completely natural and covers the revealing scalp fully.

Only make sure to control your fall in sites that are not transplanted as they might continue to fall. Try to stabilize your hair loss as much as possible with medical management to yield the most significant results from transplant.

Stable supply of donor hair

A person is certainly a prospective candidate for hair transplant if they have a stable supply of donor hair which is sufficient to conceal the current and future areas of balding areas in the scalp. Since it is very tough to assess the long-term stability of donor hair and the severity of future hair loss especially in young patients, it is better to put hair transplant on halt until at least the age of 25.

Ample donor hair at the back of the scalp

The most suitable candidate for hair transplant surgery is someone with ample donor hair at the back and sides of the scalp. The more the donor hair available, the higher is the hair density that can be restored.

A surgeon would be able to plant maximum grafts in a single session and eliminating the need for multiple sittings if you have ample donor hair available. Donor hair in abundance is a primary and most significant factor for undergoing a hair transplant and yielding desirable results.

A successful hair replacement needs a stable donor zone. A donor zone is an area on the sides and back of the scalp where hair roots (follicles) are not affected by the hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT causes susceptible hair follicles on the head to shrink and eventually disappear. In a hair transplant surgery, these follicles are replaced by DHT resistant hair follicles obtained from the donor zone.

 

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Good health with moderate hair loss

The ideal candidate for hair transplantation is a person who has good health with moderate hair loss. Good health means that do not have severe health related issues like anemia, acute depression etc.

Who can benefit from hair transplant?

Anyone who has a permanent hair loss may be a candidate for hair transplantation surgery. In certain cases hair replacement can be an advantage to the following individuals:

  • Men and women with male pattern hair loss
  • Men and women who want to either restore or alter the formation of their hair line
  • People who want to restore or thicken eyelashes, eyebrows, beard and moustache
  • People seeking correction and reconstruction of pluggy look caused by traditional methods
  • People with areas of scarring from scarring skin disease or injuries
  • People who suffer hair loss after a surgical procedure like face lift

Hair transplant is not a good option for

  • women with a extensive pattern of hair loss throughout the scalp
  • People who are depleted of adequate “donor” hair sites
  • People who create keloid scars (thick, fibrous scars) after surgery or injury
  • People who have hair loss due to chemotherapy

Hair transplant for a 20-25 year old

You should NOT have a hair replacement surgery done for yourself as your biggest enemy is the progressive thinning contributing to a balding pattern that is not evident at this point in time.

The level of thinning that might be exhibiting now would suggest that you should visit a doctor who will possibly get Bulk Measurements of your hair to identify the degree of balding or thinning that you are presently having.

Early Hair Loss generally indicates wide-spread Balding. Usually, in younger people who begin to lose hair, hair loss is likely to become extensive. And with extensive hair loss, there is often not sufficient donor hair to completely cover the bald areas.

In a person with significant hair loss, a hair restoration method will only be capable to replace hair on the top or front of the scalp, not on the temples, on the sides or on the crown of the head. This appearance is fine for a person in their late 30′s or 40′s who is losing hair, but for anyone in their early 20s, having a thin or bald crown is not acceptable and may make their look noticeably worse.

In a young person, it is quite difficult to accurately determine the stability of one’s donor area, means to tell if the hair in the donor zone will be resistant to DHT over a long period of time. If a doctor carries a hair transplant on a person with an unstable donor zone, the transplanted hair will disappear over time.

So, before undergoing a hair transplantation surgery, consider the mentioned factors and also visit a hair transplant surgeon who is skilled and well knowledgeable in hair loss for acquiring more details and alternates that are specific for your concerns. Also after a hair transplant surgery, shaving one’s head is no longer an option because whether FUT or FUE, the scars would be noticeable and non-pleasing when the head is shaved.

 

What is the average cost for hair transplantation in India?

 

The cost for hair transplantation treatment in India certainly depends on various factors like:

  • Extent of your Hair Loss
  • Number of Grafts to be planted
  • Technique of Hair Transplant Used by Surgeon (FUT or FUE)
  • Geographic Location of the Clinic or service provider
  • Experience and Goodwill of Surgeon
  • Affiliation of Doctor
  • Hair Characteristics or texture

 

However an average cost charged for hair transplantation treatment in India is as follows
Each graft is costs about Rs. 20/- to Rs.120/-, depending upon a surgeon’s experience and center’s reputation and the technology implemented. While some doctors charge a one-time consultation fee that varies from Rs. 500- 1000, some do not charge any Consultation fee for hair transplant and is FREE in some clinics.

In lump sum amount, the hair transplantation cost begins at about INR 45,000 and may go up to INR 2,50,000 Charges depend upon the amount of baldness and amount of donor graft follicles available.

 

Calculation goes like this:
Suppose you require 2500 grafts to conceal your bald sections, then 2500 X Rs.20 = Rs.50, 000. So the final cost would be Rs.50, 000/- in Indian currency ($747.267 US Dollar) for the complete Hair Transplant treatment. This includes multiple sittings and extra after treatment regime.

The hair transplant cost in major cities of India is not much variable. It is more or less in the same range depending upon baldness area of the patient, density needed, clinic facilities, location and doctor’s experience etc.

Hair restoration technique has brought about a revolution in the surgical industry in India. It seems to attract hair loss tormented people from far and wide to obtain affordable hair procedures. It is being estimated that patients pay about 20 -25% of the price to undergo the restoration surgery in hair transplant clinics in India versus countries in United Kingdom, Australia, Europe or America.
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Some of the transplant clinics in India have what is called as a “medical tourism package” that include cost of travel, stay, sightseeing, expedition as well as post operative care.

FAQs: Hair Transplantation

Pros & Cons of Hair Transplant

Please tell me about different forms of Hair Loss in Men?

It becomes customary to lose a few strands of hair as a person age. But not all thinning is normal and thus calls for an expert’s diagnosis about the cause of hair loss. Here we have compiled a list of types of hair loss and treatment options in both men and women.

Androgenic Alopecia
This one results is massive hair loss and is also called as patterned baldness. Androgenic alopecia in men is typically characterized by hair loss in crown or big “bald spot”, thinning at the top of the skull or a receding hair line.

Men usually begin to experience androgenic alopecia in their 20s, although it takes years before becoming noticeable depending upon the density of hair. Genetics and hormones is the most common cause of Androgenic alopecia and affects an estimated of 70 % of men and 40 % of women.

There are presently 3 FDA-approved treatments for androgenic alopecia: minoxidil, low level light therapy (LLLT) and finasteride.

 

Alopecia Areata
This is an autoimmune ailment in the skin that causes hair loss. This type of hair loss in men generally begins with one or more bald patches on the head that vary in size from a pencil eraser to a quarter. These bald circles developed on the scalp can move, multiply, propagate, or go into respite for months or even years. Till date, there has been no proven scientific treatment for preventing alopecia areata, but doctors often prescribe steroid, trichology topical immunotherapy cortisone injections, anthralin cream to re-grow lost hair.

 

Traction Alopecia
This is a fairly common type of hair disorder amongst both men and women which is only caused by tight pulling at hair follicles. People who wear tight hair styles like woven braids, pulled back ponies, corn rows mostly experience visibly thin out hair, small bald circles after enough exertion and time.

Women who usually try hair extensions, hair piece clippers or braids woven into existing hair also fall victim of type of hair loss pattern caused by traction alopecia. However hair often grows back, but continued pressure over stretched periods of time can cause permanent hair loss.

 

Alopecia Totalis/Universalis
This is kind of more serious types of hair loss that causes the immune system to attack hair follicles like that of alopecia areata. Unlike the smaller circles found with areata, totalis/ universalis sufferers lose hair all over the entire head. Physicians although use various types of hair fall treatment, but none have been shown to be precisely effective.

 

Cicatricial Alopecia
Cicatricial alopecia is amongst the rarest forms of hair loss. A cluster of skin diseases damages hair follicles and replaces them with scar tissue, causing permanent hair loss. Anyome suffering from this hair loss issue observes red bald patches or flaky scalp across the whole head. Scarring It needs biopsies and other medical tests to rightly diagnose and arrest Cicatricial alopecia.

Surgeons generally need to be very truculent with treatments, including inject-able steroids, antibiotics, topical and other medications. Hair transplantation can often be done to arrest scarring alopecia and replace the destroyed follicles.

 

Telogen Effluvium
This kind of hair loss is a condition where more hairs are in the dormant phase (telogen) than the growth phase (anagen). It seems as shedding or diffuse thinning over whole of scalp. This kind of hair loss is unpredictable and could be triggered by various causes, including hormonal imbalance, after child delivery or high stress. It’s not permanent, and hair usually grows back once balancing hormones or reducing stress.

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