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A hair transplant can be a life-changing experience for many people.
If you have been wondering if a transplant would work for you, here are some key questions you need answer before deciding.
Why do I need a transplant?
A hair transplant is usually an emergency treatment for someone who has had a cut, burn or other injury.
The surgeon or specialist will place a tiny, flexible piece of tissue on your scalp, where it will grow and grow.
It can be anything from a piece of skin to a hair follicle, and it will take about five to 10 minutes to get a full set of hairs.
This is the part of your body where your hair grows and grows.
There is usually a lot of scarring, but there will also be a lot less scarring afterwards.
What is a hair transplant procedure?
A transplant is done to the area around the hair follicles to grow a new set of hair.
The transplanted part of the hair is then cut off to allow the new hair to grow naturally.
People with cancer or trauma have hair transplants that may involve the removal of the underlying hair.
People who have a condition called karyotype, where one of their genes is more similar to the body’s hair, may have hair transplanting surgery that involves removing the hair in one area of the body and then grafting new hair onto the damaged part of their body.
The procedure can be performed with or without anesthesia.
A hair donor can help the hair grow naturally and also be the donor for the transplant.
This is usually done by removing the donor hair from the person’s head and putting it into a container that holds the new donor hair.
The hair is left to grow and develop naturally.
It will then be donated to the transplant recipient.
Are hair transplans safe?
The surgery is not 100% safe.
The transplant is not a surgical procedure, and there is no guarantee that the recipient will not have any side effects, including problems with the transplanted area.
Most people are not at risk for complications after surgery, but they are advised to discuss with their doctor any possible side effects before the surgery.
Can I have a transplant in another country?
It is generally accepted that people who are in another European country and want to have hair transferred can have it done there.
This is not required if you have a permanent hair loss or if you are a foreigner.
However, you must be accompanied by a local doctor, who must also agree to have the transplant done in your country.
It is usually not possible to have a hair transfer in Australia, but the Hair Transplant Authority in New South Wales, which operates a hair registry, is currently working on a similar procedure in Western Australia.
What happens after I have my transplant?
You will likely have the new hairstyle for a few weeks, as your new hair grows, and you will also have your old hair.
If you have had a hair loss for some time, the transplant can cause scars and bald patches.
You will be advised to wear a wig and continue using a hair dye, if possible.
You may also have hair regrowth surgery, in which a surgeon places a small, flexible, plastic plastic implant under your scalp to grow new hair.
You may be asked to remove your hair at this stage.
You should also wear a hair band to help you control any hair loss.
How do I get my hair transplant?
If you are in your early 30s, you may need to wait a few months to have your hair transplanted.
If you don’t have hair loss, it is best to wait until your hair loss is under control before you have your transplant.
It can take up to six months for the hair to regrow completely, so you should not wait too long before you go to have surgery.
You are also advised to have regular checkups with your doctor.
If your hair transplant was done successfully, you will receive a certificate from the Hair Foundation that shows your new natural hair has been transplanted into your body.
You also may be able to have more than one transplant.
How does the Hair Transfer Authority determine who gets my transplant and who doesn’t?
The Hair Transfusion Authority uses a combination of information from the National Registry of Hair Loss and the Hair Loss Survey to determine who is eligible to have their hair transplated.
This information is shared with the hair transplant company and other organisations.
You can read more about the procedure here.
How does a hair donor help me have a new hair?
A new hair transplant requires a donor hair follist, and a hair bank.
This donor hair bank will use special chemicals to create a hair from a donor.
This will give your new, natural hair a shiny new look.
It can also give you new confidence.
A donor hair transplant takes a while to develop, but is now a more common procedure.