When a hair loss cannot be treated and when every conventional method has been tried, Hair Transplant Surgery Treatment may be the only option left available to implement. The Hair Transplant Procedure involves the trichologist, taking our hair follicles and implanting them in the areas where there is less hair growth. First, the trichologist cleans the scalp and numbs the head with an injection. There are two types of hair transplantation procedure: follicular unit strip surgery (FUSS) or follicular unit extraction (FUE). With FUSS, the trichologist removes about six to eight inches of our skin strip and separates them into tiny grafts of about 500 - 2000. In the FUE procedure, the trichologist would shave the back of the scalp and then hair follicles are removed one by one. This leaves across small red dots, but they will disappear over a period. Then in both the procedures, the trichologist transplants these tiny grafts by using a needle or scalpel into the bald area. There may be a team of persons doing this as this is a painstaking effort. The entire procedure might take around four to eight hours. The head will be bandaged for a day or two, and anti-inflammatory drugs will be prescribed for a brief period to avoid infections. There will be some numbness initially in the head, and this will go away after a few months. The entire result will be visible only after a period of six to eight months when the transplanted follicles take root and start growing as a new hair.