GLUED HAIR IMPLANT
Those who suffer from baldness definitely live in search of an ideal solution to the problem. There are many alternatives to hide hair loss. Often times, the patient chooses to use the attached hair implant to replace the hair strands that have fallen off. But do you know how the procedure works and what are its advantages and disadvantages? Stay with us until the end of this article and learn more.
WHAT IS ATTACHED HAIR TRANSPLANT?
Attached hair transplant is a prosthesis that aims to hide hair loss. It is an alternative for those who want to spend little money to fill the bald area of the head, who do not want to wear a wig.
In prosthesis made with glued hair transplantation, threads that can be natural or synthetic, that is, made of plastic, are used. The material is attached to the head with a special glue that is used for plastic surgery. Under this glued capillary implant, a kind of skin with a very fine texture is made and its function is to maintain the sensitivity of the head.
DISADVANTAGES OF THE BONDED HAIR IMPLANT
Although it is a quick and inexpensive solution to hide hair loss, attached hair transplantation is not a definitive solution to the problem as it is a form of camouflage. Also, although cheaper than the only definitive solution (hair transplant), it may have a prohibitive value for some individuals depending on the model and quality of the material.
Another disadvantage is that such an implant will need to be replaced over time, resulting in an additional cost to the procedure. Another factor that should be taken into account is that attached hair transplantation is not a definitive solution, does not bring back natural hair to the patient, only hides the hair deficiency.
HOW TO PERMANENTLY END BALDNESS?
The best treatment to end baldness once and for all is to have a hair transplant. The technique is very advantageous as it aims to regrow the hair on the scalp. Additionally, it is minimally invasive and provides immediate results.
Hair transplant surgery consists of removing the roots from a healthy area of the scalp and placing them in the fallen area. The procedure is relatively simple, with micro incisions on the scalp and good results are obtained. Whichever technique is used, the patient is discharged on the same day without staying in the hospital.
The technique is the most efficient on the market. Its biggest advantage is that within a few months, the hair grows back, becomes denser and fills the entire area affected by baldness. Unlike other procedures, such implants last for life. It should be noted that the indication of the surgical procedure for men and women who want to end the defects or bald areas on the scalp.