Hair loss mostly occurs in men, but also in both men and women for certain reasons. At the beginning of these are hormonal irregularity and genetic transmission (hereditary; the possibility of continuing from generation to generation due to the genetic structure of the family). However, excessive stress, extreme anemia, vitamin deficiency, iron-zinc etc. Factors such as mineral deficiency, severe periodic problems, severe psychological cases, and side effects of some drugs used in medical diseases cause hair loss.

Since the roots in the crown and forehead area in men are hypersensitive to the testosterone hormone, shedding begins after a certain period. hair follicles in the nape area, which are not sensitive to testosterone hormone, almost never fall out except in very special cases.

Here is where Hair Transplantation emerges. In other words, the process of transplanting hair follicles from the non-shedding nape area to the needed area, such as the spilled forehead, is called Hair Transplantation. Healthy roots from the donor (such as the nape) area are transplanted (placed) one by one into the open area by applying local anesthesia in a sterile environment by our expert team. Our patients do not feel any pain as the transplantation (planting) is performed with local anesthesia.

After Hair Transplant , there is crusting in the form of red flakes due to blood coagulation in the operation area. After planting, the hair should be washed once a day, every day for about 10 days. In this way, further increase in crusting is prevented. However, after this 10-day period, the crusts are largely shed and the operated area enters the healing process. About 1 month after the operation, the transplanted hair starts to fall out. However, the shed hair is definitely not the transplanted hair follicle, but the hair that is the extension of the hair follicle, and there is no need to worry, so this is normal.

After the operation, no change is observed for about 2-3 months. With the third month, new hair starts to grow slowly. The actual change in the operated person is seen after about 6 months, and this is a serious change that can be seen. After the sixth month, the hair density begins to increase more clearly every month. About 1 year after the operation, the new hairs are completely removed and the patient gains a unique appearance.