Sikh pattern traction alopecia
http//:www.darlingbudsindia.com Hair transplant procedures for Sikh pattern traction alopecia are extremely common in the geographical area of my practice at Chandigarh, India which is the capital of Punjab with predominantly Sikh population.
Sikh pattern traction alopecia is caused by tight tying of the topknot which is common practice in the Sikh religion. Today Sikhs are spread out all over the world in countries like USA, Canada, UK and Australia. With change in modern living and fashion many opt for having a clean shaven look which though forbidden by Sikhism is a norm today amongst the youth. This leads to a broken disrupted hairline where there are no hair. Sikh traction alopecia is different from balding in that the hair density should match the existing hairline which is usually extremely dense. Without dense packing of grafts the results do not match up to the patients' expectations and there may be a patient-doctor conflict. At Darling Buds Hair transplant Clinic in India we do the world's largest number of hair transplant by the FUE technique in this subset of Sikh pattern traction alopecia. http//:www.darlingbudsindia.com
Male | Non-Caucasion | 2654 Grafts
1 Session |
FUE | Transplant