Hair Transplant

Hair Transplant

Hair Transplant is the only permanent method of hair restoration in which one’s own hair from the back and sides of the head are extracted and implanted on front in the bald area.Baldness is mostly associated with aging, although there are other factors too that cause loss of hair significantly in young age as well. Every individual, may it be a man or a women, experiences loss of hair in his or her lifetime. However, this loss does not necessarily mean baldness. The main reasons for hair loss are hormones, aging, certain kind of diseases and genes. Baldness is associated with elements such as low self-esteem and weak confidence levels, especially if this happens in young days. However, good news is that this can be rectified by Hair Transplantation.

Hair Transplant Procedure

Hair transplantation is a procedure in which hair from the back side of the scalp are taken up and transplanted in the bald area.Hair transplantation is carried on to treat both the male & female baldness of scalp, however the number of males undergoing this procedure outnumber the females. In certain cases, hair transplantation is undertaken to improve the hair line in eyebrows and eyelashes, beard and moustache as well. There are many ways to transplant hair out of which FUE technique is the one which is the most patient friendly.

Why Loss Hair?

Hair loss is a common problem faced by every individual during his or her life span. Every person loses hair,however some are prone to heavy hair loss. These are the people who need care and treatment for prevention of hair loss. However, we need to understand that it a natural phenomenon which can affect anyone. The cycle of hair growth alternates the periods of rest and growth. The hair grows half an inch in the entire month during the growth phase. This phase usually last for 1 to 3 years. The resting phase follows this for 3 to 4 months. This transition phase from resting to growth is the period when humans are prone to hair loss, before new hair starts its evolution.There are different types of hair loss problems.We have listed them below for your reference.

Alopecia: In such a type, the hair loss process can be permanent or temporary. Alopecia too is divided into two more sub-divisions; cicatricial alopecia and androgenetic alopecia. The latter is usually found in males, while the former is a rare phenomenon as compared to androgenetic alopecia.

AlopecaAreata: This is the most common types of temporary hair loss. The important characteristics of this type is the formation of tiny round bald patched. It can occur in any part of the body, the most common being the face, eyelashes and eyebrows.

Some other causes:

Hormonal issue:
The hormone DHT is responsible for causing miniaturisation of hair follicles in men who experience baldness. Women who experience female pattern baldness also have high DHT sensitivity leading to loss of density in the frontal zone.

Illness: Systemic Infections and Thyroid problems can cause hair loss. Other illnesses causing high fever can also be reasons for temporary hair loss.

Deficiency of Nutrients: Efficiency of minerals and vitamins can cause hair loss. Low B-complex and a low protein content in diet causes temporary loss of hair. Non-presence of iron or the inability to absorb iron also causes hair loss in humans.

Stress: Increased stress levels can cause loss of hair. We usually tend to sleep less and overwork our bodies and minds for sustaining in the fast moving work environment. This causes tremendous stress and can lead to loss of hair.

How To Prevent Further Hair Loss?

Hair loss, especially if it happens prematurely, can put you in a worrisome and embarrassing situation in this appearance obsessed community. However, the fact is that every individual sheds hair daily, some to an extreme extent leading to baldness. But, good news is here for you. There are many inexpensive and simple techniques for managing the loss of hair, and you can start right away. In spite of using these techniques your hair loss does not reduce, it is time you consult your doctor.

Diet Control: Follow a balance diet regime. No, please don’t start thinking that this is some exercise regimen that we are prescribing; this is a simple method which if followed correctly, can reduce your worries considerably. A diet which consists of proteins, minerals and vitamins found in eggs, chicken, beans etc is a good start for your hair loss prevention endeavour. Additionally, increase the intake of foods containing zinc and biotin. Most of the health conditions are actually cured from inside, rather than outside. Continuously feeding the hair with vital nutrients as those mentioned above will mitigate hair loss in the future.

Food to avoid: Processed foods and other food products containing hormones are a big no. The nutritional benefits present in such foods are usually stripped of. They provide empty calories and may lead to impairment of the thyroid, which is a key organ than is responsible for hair loss.

Hair Styling: Youngsters are naturally tempted to have hairstyles which result in pulling the hair tightly, such as braids or chignon. You can prevent hair loss considerably by avoiding such styles, as the unnecessary stress put on the hair due to this can be harmful. Pulling can put lot of pressure on follicles and leads to breakage and threaten the health of your hair. This is more threatening for hair which is thin or fine.

Increase Circulation: Circulation is an important aspect for fostering the growth of hair, and maintaining the healthy nature of the current strands of hair. Increasing the circulation is always recommended. Though there are medicines which can render help in increasing or improving the blood circulation, there are several home remedies to attain the same result. For example, massaging the scalp gently and doing handstands and headstands are very useful. Overall, a good exercise regime (Not rigorous mind you), instigates the blood circulation to the follicles, thus providing healthy hair.

Side Effects:

People, who have undergone hair transplant, might often be wondering whether they are looking good. They become conscious about their hair more than ever. They somehow take long to gain the confidence lost during the days of baldness. Additionally, they also worry about the side effects of the surgery. You can have a successful surgery for hair restoration; however there is every chance of a possible side effect due to the transplantation procedure you undergo. However, the patients undergoing the surgery need not be afraid as the side effects are fairly minimal. Even if you encounter some side effects, they can be easily cured by medications prescribed by the surgeons or may sizzle out on their own over a period of time. The advice of your surgeon becomes very important in such cases. We want to make people aware about the possible side effects of the hair transplant surgery for minimizing their worries.
Some of the side effects associated with hair transplant surgeries are:

Hair Thinning: Hair transplant usually leads to thinning of the hair. However, this is not a permanent effect and the thickness returns after a few months.

Bleeding: Bleeding might occur in some cases of hair transplantation. The bleeding doesn’t stop in rare cases. This necessitates some more stitching done by the surgeons to stop the bleeding.

Paining: The hair transplant surgery causes negligible pain. Pain relievers can solve this issue. Consuming pain relieving medications for some days after the surgery may also be required in some cases.

Itching: Itching is a common effect at the affected areas due to surgery. However, this effect does not last for long. Using shampoos recommended by the doctors are enough to solve the problem.

Swelling: Swelling occurs around eyes and forehead after the surgery. Again, this too is a temporary effect and lasts only for few days.

Numbness: A temporary numbness is felt for a few weeks after the hair transplant surgery. This is a common problem and is not severe.

Hiccups: This problem though surprising, does occur, as one of the side effects of the surgery of hair transplantation. However, this occurs in rare cases. Medications prescribed by doctors can aid to solve this problem.

Infections: Infections can occur only rarely as antibiotics are prescribed before the surgery and also after it to prevent them from happening.

Vesicles: Vesicles are likely to appear in areas of the hair transplant, however again this last only for few weeks. These are also small as a pimple and not worrisome.

Scars: Scars may appear after the surgery only in cases that are genetically inclined for this occurrence.

As we see, the possible side effects of the hair transplant surgery are not major in nature and can be cured easily. Most of the effects do not last for long and do not need medications as well. So if you are apprehensive in having the hair transplant surgery, the above information will put to rest all your worries. Genesis Hair Clinic has all the necessary expertise in the treatments of hair restoration and curing or advising about the possible side effects involved in relation to the surgery.

Permenant treatment:

Balding is a phenomenon which is troubling many around the globe. We tend to get quite involved in slimming and fitness activities with dedication and discipline. Likewise, balding can be avoided or treated completely. All those who are tearing their hair due to balding – since it is falling all the time, science has hope still. Transplantation is a perennial solution for permanently treating balding. This treatment involves surgery. The good news for people troubled by balding is that transplant surgery can work wonders and is the safest and permanent method for getting rid of the nuisance of balding completely. However, it is not as simple as saying “Eureka” and it’s done. There are procedures to follow to make this surgery a success, which usually is the case. The main intention of transplant surgeries is the relocation of genetic bald-resistant hair follicles growing in one scalp region to the balding patch. There are two main types of surgeries via which this treatment is done.
Listed herewith are the two types:

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE): This technique involves the removal of follicular units from donor regions directly. These grafts are transplanted into the regions where they are desired more for creating natural resembling hair or adding to the density of the thinning areas.

Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT): During this type of surgery procedure the surgeons excise carefully a strip of the skin from donor areas, suture edges together, and then create grafts individually with the help of microscopes. Performing this method will result in equalling the graft transplanted units with the follicular units in the donor strip in number. The surgery can result in moderate pains; however this is easily controlled with the medical prescriptions for a period of 1 to 3 days. Genesis Hair Clinic has been in the industry for many years now, and the vast experience gained over the years aids us in successfully performing both the above mentioned surgeries. We have set patterns to adjudicate which procedure is suitable for patients and act accordingly. We have successfully treated hundreds of patients over the years and they provide testimony to our good work.


Most of the cosmetic surgeries are complex and aggressive than the hair transplant treatment which is comparatively less stressful and easy, however the important point to remember is that the recovery process for this treatment needs to be considered very seriously.
The modern techniques of hair transplant treatment involve the process of making small incisions in comparison to the older methods and lead to a fast recovery. There are certain points which need to be remembered in the recovery though.
During the initial few days after the surgery, discomfort, soreness and tenderness is observed. This is accompanied by a mild brushing or swelling; however you need not worry too much as this disappears after a few days. There are other important steps to be followed post-surgery as mentioned below.
• Your hair should not be pulled or tugged tightly after the surgery. This is because of the extremely sensitive nature of the transplanted hair. If you engage in such activities, the chances of the hair coming out are heightened and this may also cause bleeding.
• Few pimples or cysts are likely to appear at the area of the transplantation. Usually, these pimples can appear after completion of one month of the surgery along with the growth of the new hair. The cysts however disappear on their own after some days. Hence it is recommended that you do not engage in squeezing or picking out the pimples, as this might result in permanent damage to the follicles of the hair.
• Care should be taken to sleep with your neck and head in an upward position and any activity which may cause damage to the area of transplant has to be avoided. Activities such as styling or brushing the hair are extremely harmful during the recovery phase. The hair should not be kept dry and the use of any kind of hair cream has to be avoided; at least for a month after the surgery, as this might cause irritation.
• Smoking is something that has to be stopped during the recovery phase. Smoking decreases the proper healing of the transplanted area and in fact increases the chances of scarring and infection. Alcoholic beverages need to be avoided in the first few days post-surgery as they are a hindrance in the process.
• Direct contact of the transplanted area with the sun is highly prohibited. Strenuous exercise during the initial few weeks after the surgery is also prohibited.
• The operated patients might encounter shedding of the hair in the initial weeks in the transplanted area. However, you need not worry as this is a common factor and stops after some time.
• Care should be taken to wash the hair with the use of warm water, and you should do this gently without scrubbing the hair. The hair needs to be kept clean in the initial weeks post-surgery.
• Medications such as ibuprofen and aspirin have to be avoided during the recovery process. These medications might result in extravagant bleeding and also result in delaying the process of recovery.
• Haircuts need to be avoided for at least three weeks post-surgery.

Your hair is an important element of your body; it needs to be taken care of and has to be given concern for fast recovery and the avoidance of infections. Hence, it is advocated that you follow the simple steps mentioned above for a quick recovery.