Hair Transplant
Hair Transplant

In the beginning... What are the causes of baldness?
1-Hereditary causes.
2-Anxiety and nervous stress.
3-Malnutrition.
4-Increase in the percentage of male hormones.
5-Fungal or bacterial infection.

Hair is a crown of the head... So baldness is a problem that worries many men and influences their appearance and therefore their self-confidence.
Because plastic surgeries are continuously evolving, hair transplant surgery is now one of the most prevalent surgeries and is considered the perfect solution to the problem of baldness and hair loss.

Pieces of information about Hair transplantation:
-The cost of hair transplantation in Egypt varies according to the region that suffers from baldness and needs to be covered, the surgeon and the technique used.
-The results of hair transplantation in Egypt are impressive if done in a specialized centre and with a distinctive surgeon in hair transplantation and greatly improve the overall shape.
-Dr. Tarek Zayid is one of the most skilled hair transplant surgeons in Egypt and enjoys a balance of experience and success stories in hair transplantation.
-Anesthesia used in hair transplantation is local anesthesia where the patient is aware of what is happening during the process.
-The process takes about 8 hours.
-Recovery period lasts from 2 weeks to 3 weeks until wound healing.
-Dr. Tarek Zayid uses the latest techniques in hair transplantation which leaves no traces in the scalp.

How is the technique used in hair transplantation chosen?
The choice is made by the medical examination of the specialist surgeon to determine the region of baldness, the quantity and density of hair in the donor area to determine the procedure used.

Types of techniques used in hair transplantation:
There are two natural hair transplant techniques, both aimed at treating baldness and hair loss and compensating the bald area with natural hair follicles from the donor area at the back of the head or at sides of the head.
The techniques differ in the way the follicles are collected and cultivated.

1-FUT-Follicular Unit Transfer- Hair transplant technique: 
-It is the oldest technique in hair transplantation where the surgeon collects a slice of hair from the back of the head and then close the scalp cosmetically. It then divides the hair slice into follicles and preparing it for planting.
-finally planting the divided follicles in the channels that have been prepared in the scalp to receive the follicles.

2-FUE-Follicular Unit Extraction- Hair Transplant technique: 
It is now the latest in hair transplantation, allowing many hair follicles to be transported at the same time without any effect on the scalp.

How is hair transplant done?
1-The hair donor area is sterilized and locally anesthesized.
2-The hair follicles are collected from the donor area either from the back of the head or its sides using custom sterilized tools.
3-Then preparing the receiving area and channels to receive the hair follicles using fine and thin needles, which is the longest stage, that lasts about 5 hours.
4-Finally, the hair follicles are transported and implanted in the prepared channels in the receiving area under the influence of the local anesthetic.

What after a hair transplant?
-The hair goes through its natural cycle of growth and increases its length and can be cut within 3 months at the most.
-After the operation, surgical bandages are removed after a day or two as instructed by the surgeon.
-The patient returns to his tasks and normal activities within a few days after the operation.
-The patient must avoid hair tightening or cutting in the first period after the operation.

Hair transplant is not only for men...
Hair transplant is not only for men.. It is also suitable for women who suffer from the decline of the front hairline and the displacement of hair backwards... It covers all these areas to give a beautiful appearance to natural and attractive hair.

Patient not suitable for hair transplantation:
1-A patient who suffers from an organic disease or an infection that causes hair loss.
2-the patient who receives chemotherapy or radiation.
3-A smoker who does not intend to stop smoking, where smoking seriously affects the healing of wounds in the scalp.