In India, androgenetic alopecia is a typical cause for hair transplants in India. Both men and women are affected by this hereditary disorder.
Men with androgenetic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness, begin to lose hair in their teens or early twenties. A receding hairline and the gradual hair loss from the front and crown of the scalp are signs of this condition.
The hairline gradually recedes, forming a distinctive “M” pattern. While androgenetic alopecia cannot be healed, it can be improved with the use of some drugs and hair transplant surgery.
Hair Transplant was done on the Hairline, frontal and temple region taking healthy hair grafts from the back of the scalp. Our doctor implanted 2216 graft in the hairline.
Our doctor performed the FUE method to treat the massive hair loss in the hairline of the patient. Our doctor used 100% motorized punch to extract the healthy hair follicles. After that, our doctor used a SAVA implanter pen to implant those hair follicles on the scalp.
Our doctor prescribed Ketoconazole and antidandruff shampoo for two weeks prior to the surgery.