Hair Restoration Surgery Risk Factors

The hair restoration surgeon will determine risk factors based on the information given by the patient prior to any surgical procedure.
 

Scalp Reduction Surgery for Hair Restoration

Alopecia reduction-also called scalp reduction-is a surgical hair restoration procedure that (1) surgically removes bald scalp, and (2) stretches hair-bearing scalp upward to replace bald scalp that has been removed.
 

Scalp Expansion Surgery & Bald Scalp Excision

The expansion and excision of bald scalp creates the conditions for subsequent approximation of hair-bearing scalp to cover the area of bald scalp excision.

After Hair Restoration Surgery

Postoperative discomfort is experienced at different intensity and duration by individual patients. Most patients report no more than mild discomfort after surgical hair restoration.
 

Hair Restoration Surgery Risk Factors

The hair restoration surgeon will determine risk factors based on the information given by the patient prior to any surgical procedure.
 

Scalp Flap Surgery for Hair Restoration

Scalp Flap Surgery is performed to (1) repair a non-traumatic cosmetic defect such as male pattern hair loss, (2) repair a site of traumatic injury to restore its functionality and cosmetic appearance, or (3) repair a skin defect caused by a congenital malformation.
 

Followup Hair Restoration Procedures

There are several steps following a hair restoration: determining if subsequent sessions, progressive hair loss due to Androgenetic Alopecia, hair transplants done years ago and hairline revisions as patient ages.

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