In the beginning, follicular unit extraction was done by hand with specially prepared surgical instruments. Today, however, you have neograft hair transplant treatments. These are carried out using an automated hair transplant device. This device has become an extension of the surgeon’s hand. He uses controlled air pressure to smoothly slide a graft out. There is no twisting or pulling. Such machinations would, in any case, damage grafts before transplantations. This new graft has several benefits for patients.
Procedure time has drastically been reduced. This allows for more grafts to be made within shorter timeframes. During this new process, no forceps are required when extractions need to be made. The risk of mechanical injury to grafts during extractions has also been reduced. Because the procedure is faster and the device controls follicular units in a chamber to prevent it from drying out, all grafts remain fresh and vital by the time implantations need to be made. This increases the probability that individual grafts will take hold and thrive.
And in a matter of days, patients are able to resume their normal, daily activities. But long before any man (or woman) reaches this stage of grafting and transplantation, careful diagnosis would have to be completed. There may only be milder forms of hair loss and a qualified medical practitioner will be able to determine whether hair re-growth is possible imminently or over a period of time. Also, the input of a dermatologist would be required. Of course, under all extreme circumstances, this outlined procedure will be prescribed.
Hair loss is natural among older men. But it is extreme among the younger men and women, usually as a result of a number of conditions which will also be diagnosed.