So many people are destined with the pattern male or female baldness. This means that your hair will massively start falling out at an early age. However, this problem has one of the best solutions ever, hair transplantation. In a typical hair transplantation procedure, a certain number of hair strands on a candidate’s scalp is extracted and planted on the area where the person’s been suffering from hair loss. Most people think that hair growth in the donor area is a reason for why people should choose hair transplantation procedures.
The times we’re living in are so much tricky when it comes to money issues. People are greedy more than ever some even do whatever it takes to rip people off. One can be so foxy about the procedures, especially those performed for cosmetic procedures. If people have the ability to think reasonably, then they can answer their questions by themselves.
Hair transplant surgeons make so many calculations before they proceed. The hairline, the number of grafts that are going to be extracted are the most important calculations made before a hair transplantation procedure.
Will My Hair on Donor Area Grow Back?
So this is actually where you can answer your questions. You know that hair follicles are extracted by their roots, in some methods even some skin of the scalp is cut during the procedure. Plus, the surgeons carefully determine the number of grafts to be extracted. If the hair grows back on the donor area, why doctors are so careful with the number of the extracted grafts?
Unfortunately, there is no way for the extracted hair follicles to grow back. There will be no need for such careful calculations from surgeons on the number of grafts if such a thing ever happens. People can simply go and see their surgeons every time they want hair transplantation. As the transplanted hair start to fall out, they would get additional hair transplantation procedures over and over again.