Growth and development of hair is a cyclical process. After attaining the full maturity, considering its length and thickness, the hair falls out naturally and is replaced by the growth of new one and the process goes on. If the follicles start falling out at a much faster rate then you may be suffering from a condition called Alopecia. This may result in complete or incomplete baldness which can be patchy, irregular or regular, showing a certain pattern. Pattern and frequency of loss are typically different in both men and women. Medications, care and nutrition may help prevent hair loss to some extent, however, in some cases, patients may opt for hair transplant.
The hair transplant is a process wherein hair follicles from a part of the body called the 'donor site' are moved to a bald or balding part of the body known as the 'recipient site’. It requires medical expertise and involves a dermatologist, plastic surgeon and anesthetist along with other trained technicians. Hence the most crucial choice in reestablishing mane is the doctor or center for HT you pick.
How do you choose the doctor or center for HT?
Who you choose will determine how natural and full your new hair will be for the rest of your life. In general, the best way to find a physician is through a referral, either from your dermatologist, general practitioner, or another patient. Perhaps, the worst way to choose a doctor is through infomercials or aggressive marketing campaign. Let us analyze a few factors you need to keep in mind before you make this choice….
When choosing any kind of health care practitioner, doctor or center for HT you should go with your gut. If you feel uncomfortable with a doctor, it is usually a sign that you are in the wrong place.