Since the beginning of hair transplantation based on the same principle which is the principle of the donor area. In fact, the principle of the donor area made the hair transplantation the final solution and distinctive treatment for baldness, and hair transplantation has been carried out by many different techniques. From time to time, a new technique or tool is introduced that makes hair transplantation better, safer and more suitable for more people.
In this article we will provide a brief and clear explanation of the most important details of this important factor that always affects the procedure of hair transplantation:
First: An overview of hair transplantation:
Hair transplantation is a cosmetic medical procedure performed under the influence of local anesthesia and is described by doctors as the ultimate solution for baldness. Hair transplantation is particularly popular in some countries such as Turkey. Hair transplantation in Turkey is the first choice for many who want to get rid of baldness. Turkey has gained such fame in the field of hair transplantation because it provides suitable prices and modern technologies in addition to the distinguished medical capabilities. Hair transplantation takes place in 3 main stages:
The first stage: Is the stage of extracting follicles from the donor area.
The second phase: Is the stage of preparation of hair follicles for implanting and opening receptor channels in the areas affected by baldness.
The third level: Is the stage of implanting the follicles.
Second: What is the donor area and how it affects the procedure of hair transplantation?
The donor area is the part that remains covered with hair in the head after baldness has eliminated a large proportion of the head hair, in other words, it is the area that won the battle with baldness. This area is often present in the back and sides of the head and is the best area for extracting the hair follicles needed for transplantation.
To make it clearer, we will mention the three most important characteristics that the donor area must have in order to have an excellent hair transplant procedure:
In fact, this is medically possible, as the doctor can take hair follicles from other parts of the human body if the donor area in the head is not intact or present. But practically, the expected results will not be as they should be and the probability of failure of the procedure will be relatively high. Doctors always prefer to use only head hair as a donor area.
The donor area is the basis of the hair transplant procedure, which determines to what extent the final result can be good and satisfactory for the patient. The more the donor area is in a better position, the doctor can cover more area of baldness.