You want to choose a doctor who understands hair loss and performs hair transplants regularly. Dermatologists specialize in conditions that affect our skin, hair, and nails, so they know a lot about hair loss. Many also perform hair transplants and can tell you whether you are a good candidate for a hair transplant.
What qualifications do you need to do hair transplants?
In the U.S. it requires pre-medical studies, medical school, post-graduate training (internship/residency), and specialized training (sometimes called fellowship) in hair transplant surgery.
Are hair transplant surgeons dermatologists?
Dermatology residents rarely receive training in this procedure and only a minority of busy hair transplant surgeons today are dermatologists. Most dermatologists are simply not aware of the rapid strides in hair transplant techniques.
What are the disadvantages of hair transplant?
What are the complications associated with a hair transplant?
- swelling of the scalp.
- bruising around the eyes.
- a crust that forms on the areas of the scalp where hair was removed or implanted.
- numbness or lack of sensation on the treated areas of the scalp.
Do hair transplants last forever?
In a nutshell, yes, an FUE hair transplant can last a lifetime. The key to thing to remember with hair transplants, whether that’s an FUE or FUT, is the donor hair follicles preserve the characteristics, enabling healthy growth.
How much does 2000 grafts cost?
This number could be anywhere from 500-2000 grafts, depending on your degree of hair loss, making the procedure price between $2000 and $4000. This cost will vary based on the surgeon you choose.
Do hair transplants look natural?
With the skill and experience of our hair transplant surgeon, combined with some of the latest technologies, the results of hair restoration surgery can look so natural that it may appear as though you never lost your hair at all. …