The front hairline and the hair graft in Pakistan

Posted by rohny01 on May 29th, 2018

Designing a proper frontal hairline hair transplant will be one of the main success factors in a hair transplant. First, most patients come with the idea of "eating" the maximum amount of alopecia and they see themselves in the near future with beautiful bangs and where the tickets have disappeared completely.  But we must be cautious with what can be done, at frontline hair transplant Lahore   have a limited amount of hair that can be transplanted and we must be farsighted.

The angle of implantation of the capillary graft

In order for the result of the hair transplant to be as natural as possible, it will be necessary to change the angle at which the hair follicles are inserted in their new location and this will be done in a progressive way without the passage from one area to another being noticed.

The direction of the follicles transplanted in the first place will be marked by those already existing in that area and this will vary depending on each person but if there are no such follicles we can follow some guidelines that serve as reference:

Frontline - central area. - A 45-degree angle towards the back of the head is taken as reference. As we implant behind this frontal line and approaching the occipital area, the angle will increase to 60 degrees.

Frontline - lateral zones. - The reference angle for the lateral zones will be acuter than that of the central one, around 30 degrees.

In addition to being more natural the result doing implants that are not vertical, the more inclined they are, the optically the covered area will be. There is no definite limit on the number of follicular units to be extracted; only scarring should be avoided. After each follicular unit is grafted in another area that has lost hair, always trying to maintain a certain natural capillary density.

How is the process for hair implant?

For a successfulfront hair transplant, the surgeon first cleans the scalp very well, so that it does not lead to complications or implant malfunction, then the anesthesia is injected and when it is effective it is extracted with a scalpel. Part of the scalp on the back of the head, approximately 3 to 4 inches in size! After removing the part of the scalp that was used, the surgeon will proceed to close the wound that has been left behind and hide it with the rest of the hair, if possible.

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