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Getting a hair transplant requires a lot of research. Making an informed decision is vital before selecting a surgeon.

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Direct Hair Implantation (DHI) is how hair follicles are transplanted into balding areas using an implanter. Follicular unit extraction (FUE) removes these follicles one by one with a small punch. FUE and DHI can be used in tandem.

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The cost varies depending on the severity of your hair loss. The more grafts you require, the more it will cost. The cost also varies from country to country. Hair transplants can cost 5,000-25,000, depending on the surgeon.

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The amount of time varies from person to person. In general, growth begins after the third month but can take up to six months for some slow-growers.

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Hair transplant surgery requires a stable donor supply. In theory, yes, you can be too bald. But if you have a strong donor supply on your scalp's back and sides, you are still a viable hair transplant candidate.

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Modern-day hair transplants should look as natural as the hair you were born with, but that isn't always the case. The refinement and naturalness depend on the surgeon performing the procedure. Not all hair transplant surgeons are created equal.

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Pain is subjective. There is some minor discomfort with hair transplantation, but for the most part, the procedure isn't painful for most people.

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In theory, hair transplants last forever. However, this depends on where the hair is taken from on the scalp. In some instances, the surgeon may take hair from a vulnerable area, which would not last forever.

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There's no perfect age to get a hair transplant, but there is a problem getting a hair transplant too young. Generally, no one under the age of twenty-five years old should get a hair transplant.

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Dr. Maksim Pilkus, a researcher at UC Irvine, has discovered that the molecules found in hairy moles contain hair-growth stimulants. These molecules have been isolated and developed for a new treatment currently in the works.

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Hair transplants are the only way to regrow hair on a bald scalp, and the success rate varies depending on the surgeon/clinic. Hair transplant results can take 12-18 months to fully manifest.

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If you've been researching hair transplants, you might be wondering which method is best for you. We share the pros and cons to each method, so you can decide for yourself.

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There are dozens of articles telling you what to do after surgery, but there's almost none telling you what you should NOT do. Click on the article to find out the top five things you should avoid after surgery.

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Hair transplants procedures have tripled in the last thirty years. Botched results have gone up as well, so what should you look for when researching a hair transplant procedure? Click on the article to find out.

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Are you interested in getting a hair transplant, but aren't sure if you can afford one? Click on the article to find out.

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What are the signs of a bad hair transplant candidate? Click on the article to find out.

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In the last decade, there has been an upshift in hair transplant session sizes. Mega-sessions have evolved throughout the years, and now there are sessions involving thousands of grafts, so is it worth it? Click on the article to find out.

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There are potential hair transplant side effects and risks that should be taken into consideration when choosing the right type of hair loss treatment.

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There are many questions surrounding Finasteride vs. Minoxidil. Do they work? What’s the difference between them? What is the best choice for you?

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When looking for a hair replacement doctor, there are many things to consider; our community can help you find the right physician for your needs.

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Hair loss is common, and there are options that can help you restore your hair, including transplants but do hair transplants work?

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A new study from Tokyo Medical University Hospital showed promising results, where Japanese researchers injected healthy dermal sheath cup cells into the scalp. Click on the article to learn more.

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