Why hair transplant in iran? Nine out of ten balding men cite hair loss as their number one concern. If your hair loss is starting to make you nervous, rest assured. You once again have the opportunity to enjoy a full head of permanent hair, at an incredibly low price. In fact, Iran is one of the leading country in the world for hair transplants. Batab seyr Iranian CO.   as an Iranian medical tourism provider could help you to connect to the best hair transplant clinics. If thinning up top or going bald really bothers you, the procedure can be one way to feel more confident about your looks. But first talk with your doctor about what you can expect during and after the surgery.

What Is a Hair Transplant?

It’s a type of surgery that moves hair you already have to fill an area with thin or no hair. Doctors have been doing these transplants in the U.S. since the 1950s, but techniques have changed a lot in recent years. You usually have the procedure in the doctor’s office. First, the surgeon cleans your scalp and injects medicine to numb the back of your head. Your doctor will choose one of two methods for the transplant: follicular unit strip surgery (FUSS) or follicular unit extraction (FUE).

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 Batab seyr iranian CO. can also offer a second hair transplant method known as FUT(Follicular Unit Transplantation) for our patients in Iran, depending on their needs. FUT is where a strip of skin is harvested from the scalp, and a patient’s hair is transplanted to the balding area in groups of 1 to 4 hairs. Our expert surgeons will be able to advise on which treatment would be the best procedure for your needs, and discuss the hair transplant procedure costs with you too. Follicular unit transplant (FUT) is the traditional hair transplant method which involves extracting a linear strip of hair bearing skin from the back or the side of the scalp. The strip is then dissected to separate individual grafts. With FUSS, the surgeon removes a 6- to 10-inch strip of skin from the back of your head. He sets it aside and sews the scalp closed. This area is immediately hidden by the hair around it. Next, the surgeon’s team divides the strip of removed scalp into 500 to 2,000 tiny grafts, each with an individual hair or just a few hairs. The number and type of graft you get depends on your hair type, quality, color, and the size of the area where you’re getting the transplant. If you’re getting the FUE procedure, the surgeon’s team will shave the back of your scalp. Then, the doctor will remove hair follicles one by one from there. The area heals with small dots, which your existing hair will cover. After that point, both procedures are the same. After he prepares the grafts, the surgeon cleans and numbs the area where the hair will go, creates holes or slits with a scalpel or needle, and delicately places each graft in one of the holes. He’ll probably get help from other team members to plant the grafts, too. Depending on the size of the transplant you’re getting, the process will take about 4 to 8 hours. You might need another procedure later on if you continue to  losehairor decide you want thicker hair.