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Hair Transplant is a surgical procedure to restore natural hair back on the bald area of the scalp. It is also done for reconstruction of beard, moustache and pubic hair. The hair roots are taken from the back side of the head (occipital area), this is the permanent or safe zone from where hair does not fall as they are not having receptors for androgen. When we transplant these hair roots in the front area of scalp they do not change their nature and are permanent. If a person is of the higher grade of baldness (Norwood grade VI and VII) he may need some extra donor source other than scalp to cover his bald area, here Beard and chest is taken as a donor source.
Hair transplant is becoming very popular technique the reason being baldness is very common especially in young individuals. Now FUE hair transplant technique is becoming very popular because there is no linear cut and no suture is put after surgery. Previously Follicle unit transplant was commonly done in which a large linear cut is given to harvest a skin strip. After the strip harvesting sutures are used to close the area. This is also safe procedure but people do not like because of cut and suture.
Dr Anil Kumar Garg has been awarded the most prestigious award by Indian Association of Plastic Surgeons of India during the annual conference held recently at Kochi. This is called Dr Sam See Boss Research award given to research scholar who does original research in the field of Plastic Surgery. Dr Garg has done research on the use of Autologous plasma as graft holding solution and its clinical efficacy.
The world’s most prestigious conference on Hair Transplant Surgery was held in Prague, Capital of Czech Republic from 4th Oct to 8th October 2017 recently. Around 1000 doctors from all over the world and 15 doctors from the India participated in this conference.
Smokers may notice that the top layers of their hair are quite brittle. This causes them to break off before they are fully grown and is most likely because they are malnourished.