Transplant Hair In Pakistan

How To Transplant Hair In Pakistan?

Hair fall in early age is one of the problems faced by many young adults. This problem has increased in last few years. It can be caused because of environmental changes, transgenic food and medicine that we use, mental or physical pressure. This hear fall leads to baldness if not treated. In this guide we provide you the best method to transplant hair in pakistan.

Hair transplant in pakistan is rear and expansive and most of the medical facilities can not provide good quality hair transplantation in pakistan. But some specific hospitals have very good facilities for hair transplantation in pakistan.

What Is Hair Transplantation:

A hair transplant was performed to add more hair to areas of the scalp that may be thinning or bald. It does this by taking hair from the thickest part of the scalp or other parts of the body and transplanting it to sparse or bald areas of Scalp.

About 60% of men and 50% of women worldwide suffer from baldness. To solve this problem, people often use over-the-counter drugs, including topical products such as minoxidil (Rogain).

Hair transplantation is a complicated procedure performed by highly professionals to treat those hair fall which can not be treated by other means of treatment such as through medicine, shampoo, or other cosmetic products. In hair transplantation some hair is taken from back side of sculp and is planted on the balded portion of head or other needed part of the body.

It transfer hair follicle to the bald part and help to re grow hair on that part. It boosts hair grow and gives natural look. Its grows naturally for rest of your life and it needs cutting like other hair. Through hair transplantation you can also grow beard, mustache, eyebrows and even eyelashes. First hair transplantation was performed in Japan in 1939.

Transplant Hair In Pakistan
Women with hair problem

How To Transplant Hair In Pakistan?

In Pakistan hair transplantation got popular in 2007 when Nawaz Sharif ex prime minister of pakistan transplanted hair on his bald patch. After him his brother Shahbaz Sharif also transplanted hair. From that time on hair transplantation got popular and people were so zealous about hair transplantation and people started to transplant hair in Pakistan.

Many were afraid of its side effects that it may cause cancer or brain tumor. But now after many successful hair transplantation in Pakistan doctors assure patient that its 90% safe from cancer or brain tumor.

In 2019 many big hospitals planted hair transplantation center in there hospital. Today there are more then 100 hair transplant center in Pakistan. Most of the hair transplant center is in Peshawar

Hair Transplant Center In Pakistan:

Number #1. Laser Inn Aesthetic (LIASC)

Number #2. Hair Club International

Number #3. Dr. Abdul Malik Plastic Surgeon In Lahore

Number #4. Hair Transplant Multan

Number #5. Cheena’s Hair Transplant

Number #6. Dr.Amir Skin & Hair Clinic

Number #7. Hair Transplant Pakistan

Number #9. Restore International Hair Transplant Surgery Center Lahore

Number #10. Royal Club of Hair Transplant

Side Effects Of Hair Transplantation:

Usually every medicine, every method to cure disease has its side effects. Mostly when you transplant hair in Pakistan, its side effects can be more dangerous. The same, side effects of hair transplantation are as follows.

Scar: When the surgeon takes hair follicle from the donners scalp by hair transplanting tool it marks some permanent scars on the scalp of donner as well as when the surgeon transplant hair follicle in the scalp of recipient it marks permanent scars on their scalp.

Pain and swelling: People experience pain on their skin as their skin heals after the procedure. Their surgeon may provide them with pain killer to relive the pain. They may also have some swelling in the head and face as the skin heals.

Infection and bleeding: Hair transplantation involve making cuts or incisions in the skin. A surgeon makes an incision to remove the donor follicles, and they make tiny incisions on the scalp in which to place the follicles. With any incision, there is a risk of infection or excessive bleeding.

Other side effects includes:

  • crust or pus drainage around the surgical sites
  • scalp itching, and swelling
  • inflammation of hair follicles (folliculitis)
  • losing sensation around the surgical sites
  • visible areas of hair that don’t match the surrounding hair or are noticeably thinner
  • continuing to lose hair if your hair is still balding

How to know if you need hair transplantation:

Talk to your doctor or a transplant surgeon before you decide to get either hair transplant procedure.

Understand that neither procedure is guaranteed to be successful but that scarring is a risk. You may also not be eligible for either procedure based on your hair volume or quality.

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