Rootland has been present in Hyderabad since 2018, offering treatment for hair transplantation.
Earlier the surgical restoration of hair is done by extraction of follicular units by strip harvesting technique called follicular unit transplant (FUT). The goal is to cover the larger portion of recipient bald area that a patient will get a full head of hair. This procedure is done by detaching grafts from the back and sides of the head and implanting the same in bald area.
The technique involves the strip harvesting from the back and sides of the scalp. Which involves the simple incision with Bp blades under local anaesthesia, the incision is done in such a manner that a longitudinal strip is excised contains a number of follicular units in a single. Suture followed by the advanced closure technique, the Trichophytic closure.
The strip is sent to the process of dissection where expert technicians dissect every single graft under the higher magnification of microscopes. Grafts holding a small cluster of follicles are removed from the donor area. Finally, the dissected follicular unit grafts are implanted into the recipient balding part of the scalp. The FUT hair transplant is targeted to obtain the hair grafts only from the safe donor zone of the scalp, which gives the permanent results as the transplanted roots destined to remain permanent in nature.
With traditional Strip surgery, patients are left with a permanent linear scar at the back of the head which can be difficult to disguise and unsightly if the scar has enlarged due to poor skin elasticity.
However, the procedure of hair transplant is applied to restore hair naturally and fulfill the cosmetic need of a person with a full head of hair.
All the above phases are very common and one can easily get the solutions with the recommended medications mandatory as a post-care follow-ups!
It’s normal to fall out transplanted hair 2-3 weeks after the hair transplant surgery. It is an indication of regrowth of hair that adopts the natural characteristic of hair. It takes around 10-12 months in order to receive fuller hair growth in terms of visible cosmetic accepted outcomes. The shedding process of hair roots is very common and cannot be considered as a side effect. Shedding of hair is a universal characteristic of a hair transplant and cannot count as a serious concern. This is notified one week following the procedure and continuing for up to five to six weeks. This is also known as a shock loss that is a transient phase between the existing hair and transplanted hair. The existing hair begins to fall out and this is because, during the hair transplantation, a graft is stripped of its blood supply. As a result, the graft gets shed off and termed as the shock loss after the hair transplant surgery. The shedding of hair corrected automatically when the new hair regrows followed by the restoration procedure.