SPOILER ALERT: What you’re about to read is a sneak peek of what you may experience after getting a hair transplant. Do not worry—this is not a life or death situation—, but if you’re dying to know what happens to your hair after the procedure, keep reading. How does a hair transplant work? We have already talked about how FUE-technique
Let’s be honest: the world revolves around sex. Even in antiquity, there were already manuscripts with suggestive illustrations, while today, even the least sexual topics are now linked to sex in some way. Previously, we talked about various types of health conditions that cause alopecia. This time, we’ll talk specifically about the sexually-transmitted diseases that may result in hair loss.
So, you’ve made up your mind. Or, at least, you’re leaning toward a yes, but you still have fears regarding just how safe is a hair transplant. What if it doesn’t work? What if it doesn’t turn out the way I want it to? What if something goes wrong during the procedure? I’m scared! And what if…? Relax. You can
In the last few years, we have witnessed how society is reformulating concepts such as what a man is, what that represents, what that means for others, and what it takes for us to become involved in these cultural shifts in a healthy and responsible way. But most importantly, we are seeing changes in the actions that we take to
In this post, we will take a close look at what happens when a patient wants to undergo a FUE-technique hair transplant at Kaloni. The process is customized to suit every patient’s needs, and each patient is provided professional guidance every step of the way. A step-by-step guide to FUE-technique hair transplants: Patient arrival When the patient arrives at the
Phytotherapy is a medical research field that studies the ways in which plants can prevent, treat, or cure various symptoms or illnesses. When it comes to hair health issues, phytotherapy provides benefits that range from improving blood flow to significantly reducing hair loss. Hair follicles are living structures, and their development stages are very similar to those of plants. Hair
I made the decision to undergo a cosmetic procedure because I was not happy with what I saw in the mirror. I tried other methods, and I ruled out the possibility of surgery, but I was still upset with the flaws in my appearance. Before the procedure, I was really struggling with my self-esteem. Everyone said that I looked great,
In Western cultures, it is rare to see men who wear their hair long. This is due, in part, to the fact that androgenetic alopecia makes hair in the front part of the head fall out. As a result, men try to camouflage these areas by cutting their hair uniformly to create an illusion of thickness. Another reason why many
Alopecia is a problem that involves much more than just hair loss. People with alopecia suffer from low self-esteem and decreased confidence, which is why it is common for people who recur to hair transplants to expect results as soon as possible. One of the most commonly reported concerns among people who undergo hair transplants is “shock loss” (telogen effluvium).
Making the decision to get a hair transplant is no small matter. You have probably made one or two lists of pros and cons, wondering how it would benefit your appearance and self-esteem. Also, you may have even started putting some money aside for the procedure, since you know that treatments of this kind are a big investment in your