Do you find yourself longing for the luscious locks you had in your younger days? If you are reading this post then receding hairlines, bald spots, and overall thinning are things you might be worried about. As we get older, both men and women, many of us experience hair loss (alopecia). There are treatment options such as Minoxidil or Finasteride that can slow or in some cases reverse hair loss. But some people prefer a more permanent solution. Or at least one where they don’t have to continually use medication. In this case, a hair transplant surgery might be a good option.
Hair transplant surgery has been around since the 1930s in Japan and the 1950s in the US. Initially, the procedure resulted in a lot of scarring and the results were not very promising or natural. In recent years, however, the technology and techniques that are used have improved tremendously. This has resulted in less scarring, less recovery time, and a more natural post operation result.