Many people who fight against hair loss wonder if a hair transplant is an answer to their problems and many are even afraid of the word “operation.” Most people have seen others with transplant surgery that looks superficial and looks like a doll that the world sees. Typical transplant questions and fears: “extremely painful”, “it looks fake”, “not my own hair”, “hair transplant will not grow and will persist when I get older”, “expensive”.
These are some of the questions that many people have when they hear the term hair transplant FUE Hair Transplant in Lahore. So are these fears true or false? Well, as a victim of a past of hair loss and a transplant patient, I shed some light on anyone who wonders. On my blog, “Ask the Hair Loss Expert”, I go into detail about my hair loss and final redemption with before and after photos, so I will not go into my history in detail here.
In short, I started losing her at the age of 22 and it progressed as I got older. When I was 35, I had my first hair transplant. I was so satisfied that I had another one at the age of 37, which I really didn’t need. Now I am 39 and I look younger than when I was 30. If you don’t believe me, just visit my blog and find out for yourself.
Let me answer some of the above fears or even questions that most people have about a hair transplant:
Is it Painful?
Pain is a relative term. Each individual has a different tolerance for pain than the next. I have a low tolerance for pain and I can tell you that going to the dentist is more painful than having the hair surgeon perform a hair transplant. The key word to remember here is “right surgeon”.
The surgeon must only be an expert in hair transplant surgery. Cutting the donor area is the most dramatic process during the entire operation and here some people have felt great pain in the past due to the lack of skills of the surgeon. If the surgeon is skilled, there is very little pain and discomfort. On my surgery day, I watched DVD movies back to back, had sushi for lunch, talked to my wife and the nurses during surgery, so pain wasn’t a problem for me.
Will it Look Fake?
Again, if the surgeon is skilled, the answer to this question would be a strong “no.” Before I had my surgery, I had a receding hairline and went completely bald on top. After surgery, I swear by this statement that not one person ever knew or even asked if I had a hair transplant.
It’s so funny, when I meet people I haven’t seen in a long time, they look at me from head to toe with astonishment and their only comment is how younger I look and how I lost all weight. The funny thing is that I actually gained weight after my wedding, but my transplant looks so natural that no one has an idea.
Is it My Own Hair?
Yes, transplanted hair is 100% your natural hair extracted from your donor area.
Will the Transplanted Hair Grow and Continue to Exist?
Yes definitely. After the operation, I suggest taking propecia every two to three days, which will stop hair loss in the future. I am approaching 40 and from the age of 35 when I had my first transplant, I have seen no worries or evidence of hair loss, especially of the transplanted hair.
Is it Expensive?
Depends on how many grafts you need and, more importantly, where you have the hair transplant performed. I could honestly tell you that a FUE Hair Transplant in Lahore is much more expensive than other country.
I personally had my surgery done in Lahore and would never consider doing it here in Lahore where I live, not because of the costs, but because of the surgeon. Fortunately for me, the costs of the operation in Lahore are considerably lower than here, which worked out perfectly.
In summary, it is my opinion that a hair transplant is the only permanent remedy for hair loss. So, don’t let anyone fool you with magic pills, shampoos or foams, and so on, it’s full of junk and nonsense. However, there are natural pills and supplements that prevent or delay hair loss, such as Propecia and Provillus and Profinast.
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