Hair Transplant

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Fast Facts

Starting from: $1,400

  Local anesthesia

  Average duration: 5-6 hours

  Permanency: Lifelong

Hair transplantation is a surgical technique that removes hair follicles from one part of the body, called the 'donor site' to a bald or balding part of the body known as the 'recipient site'.
In this minimally invasive procedure, grafts containing hair follicles that are genetically resistant to balding (like the back of the head) are transplanted to the bald scalp.


Hair transplantation can also be used to restore eyelashes, eyebrows, beard hair, chest hair, pubic hair and to fill in scars caused by accidents or surgery such as face-lifts and previous hair transplants. Hair transplantation differs from skin grafting. Those grafts contain almost all the epidermis and dermis surrounding the hair follicles, and many tiny grafts are transplanted rather than a single strip of skin.

The candidates for Hair Transplantation are:

  • People who suffer from severe hair loss and hereditary baldness.
  • People who have a strong donor area.
  • People with good health but do not suffer from certain diseases that may impede hair transplantation.
  • People older than 22 years of age.

Beard and mustache transplantation is a non-surgical procedure where hair follicles are transferred from the donor area, the back of the head, to the recipient area, the chin, and mustache areas, for treatment.

  • Pre-operative assessment and planning.
  • At an initial consultation, the surgeon analyzes the patient's scalp, discusses their preferences and expectations, and advises them on the best approach (e.g., single vs. multiple sessions) and what results might reasonably be expected.
  • You must stop drinking green tea, coffee, or alcohol for 3 days before the operation and 3 days after the operation.
  • You must stop taking vitamins, aspirin, or blood thinners for a week before the operation and 3 days after the operation.
  • Any medications you take must be known by your doctor.
  • You must stop smoking cigarettes and hookahs for 3 days before the operation and 3 days after the operation, or reduce it to the minimum possible level.
  • Stop Smoking. You must stop smoking AT LEAST 24 hours before your hair transplant surgery.
  • Stop taking certain medications.
  • Don't take multivitamins. Consult with your doctor.
  • Do not get a haircut.

Postoperative antibiotics are commonly prescribed to prevent wound or graft infections.

After the main stages of a hair transplant are completed, it is important to follow correct aftercare procedures. That includes washing the donor and implantation areas, protecting the transplanted grafts, avoiding excessive rubbing and exposure to natural elements, including direct sunlight. The surgeon will also schedule a follow-up day after the hair transplant to check on the recovery progress.

Instructions that must be followed after the operation:

  • You must sleep on your back for 5 days using the medical pad that we will provide you.
  • Avoid bending and lowering your head for 3 days after the operation (for prayers, please pray while sitting, regular praying positions are prohibited).
  • Do not wear anything on the head for 20 days.
  • Even when necessary, do not wear anything tight on your head. No pressure is allowed on your scalp (if you use Hijab, we will teach you how to wear it in a special way that will not harm the implanted grafts).
  • Do not take any drugs or substances that dilute the blood (alcohol - green tea - coffee - soft drinks) for a week at least.
  • Avoid scratching or rubbing the transplanted area.
  • Follow the instructions for hair washing for 10 days.
  • When taking a bath, wet areas should remain below the neckline for 15 days.
  • Do not perform light exercises for 20 days and extreme sports for 3 months.
  • Avoid sexual intercourse for 3 days.
  • You can cut your hair with scissors or a razor machine after 3 months of the operation.
  • You can shave your hair with razor blades after one year of operation.
  • You cannot dye your hair for 6 months after the operation.
  • Do not use a hairdryer on the implanted area for a month.
  • Ten days after the operation, you need to completely dispense with lotion (cream), and you will only wash using medical shampoo recommended by the doctor.
  • Apply shampoo and rub the scalp with the palm of your hand and fingers to clean the layer of dandruff that will appear after the first washing stages.
  • Good rubbing at this stage is important, but be careful not to rub with nails to remove the layer of dandruff.
  • Washing is done daily for at least a week to ensure that the dandruff layer is completely removed. During this period, the dandruff layer will fall off with the implanted hair, with the bulb remaining inside the scalp, and which will begin to grow for about a month and a half.

Do not use hot water for 15 days.
Do not use a towel or bath dryer to dry the hair, as it is preferable to use natural air for drying through a soft cloth or medical gauze but only when in contact with the scalp without rubbing or stirring.

Stem Cell Hair Loss Treatment

Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, promotes the repair response of diseased, dysfunctional, or injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives. It is the next chapter in organ transplantation and uses cells instead of donor organs, which are limited in supply.

Thanks to recent advances in scientific research, new hair treatments for hair follicle stem cells are emerging. The engineering of follicular stem cells arguably represents the future of the fight against baldness and all other forms of alopecia.

PRP Hair Loss Treatment

Platelet-Rich Plasma (commonly referred to as PRP) is a simple, non-surgical procedure that uses a natural product created from your own body. A small amount of blood is drawn from you and placed in a sterile tube that is spun down in a centrifuge to separate the different components of the blood.

Red and white blood cells are divided from the platelets and the plasma (the clear fluid). This plasma now contains a higher than normal number of platelets and is called platelet-rich plasma, or PRP.


1- Is hair transplant permanent?
The answer is yes. Since permanent hair-bearing areas, in other words, donor areas, are resistant to DHT (dihydrotestosterone), which is the responsible hormone for hair loss, hair transplantation is permanent if done on a healthy scalp, and the patient does not suffer from other medical disorders that cause hair loss.

2- How long does it take after a hair transplant for grafts to become secure?
It takes approximately 14 days for newly implanted grafts to become secure after a hair transplant. That is important to know as it affects your recovery, aftercare, your return to work, and resumption of a normal lifestyle.

3- How long after the hair transplant can I sleep normally?
During this time, you should avoid any pressure on your head. That is why we would recommend having patience and to avoiding sleeping on your back for two weeks following the operation.

4- Can I touch my head after a hair transplant?
The scabs that naturally form after a hair transplant need about 3 days to solidify. During this time, it is best to keep anything from touching your head. DO NOT: Expose your scalp to direct sunlight other than for brief periods during the first 2 weeks. After 3 days, make sure you wear a hat.

5- Should I wash my hair every day after a hair transplant?
To help the scabs soften up and fall off, you should start washing your hair daily 72 hours after your hair transplant. It is important to wash your hair every day, as per the instructions, to keep the area clean, but also to help soften up the scabs. The scabs usually fall off within 7 to 10 days.

6- Are PRP and stem cells the same?
Stem cell therapy is different from PRP therapy. Unlike platelets taken from your blood, stem cells are retrieved from your bone marrow or fat deposits. Stem cells are unspecialized cells that can replace a variety of different specialized cells in your body where necessary.

7- Are stem cell injections FDA approved?
Currently, the only stem cell treatments approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are products that treat certain cancers and disorders of the blood and immune system.

8- How many stem cell injections are needed?
The stem cells injected into the target area will continue working for up to one year, and many patients do not require multiple treatments. Consider the benefits of trying stem cell therapy for your joint problems and experience an effective alternative to surgery.

9- Do hair transplants look natural?
Hair transplants can look completely natural if you go to the right surgeon. Hair transplant candidates may be concerned about the conspicuousness of their results, but with a talented and qualified surgeon, your scalp will look pretty natural.

10- Is hair transplant anesthesia painful?
No, a hair transplant is not painful thanks to local anesthesia and post-operative pain medications.  While no surgery can be completely painless and some brief and likely temporary level of discomfort is possible, a hair transplant is typically a pleasant and easy experience for most hair loss sufferers.

11- Is stem cell therapy for hair effective?
Stem cell therapy and PRP therapy are most effective for: Those in the early stages of hair loss, patients who are not viable candidates for surgery and individuals who do not have enough quality donor hair for a transplant.

12- How long does it take to see my hair grow after stem cell hair loss treatment?
9 to 12 months.


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Published on: 1 Dec, 2020 at 13:19


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