Thinning hair and hair loss are issues we all experience at some point. Medical shampoos and natural remedies may be tempting, but they usually just slow down the process. They don’t prevent hair loss or encourage growth.

The good news is that there are other options. The most common treatments include hair plugs and hair transplants. Before you decide, though, you need to understand the difference between the two procedures.

What You Need to Know About Hair Plugs

Hair plug procedures are invasive, and healing is often a long and unpleasant process. That’s why many derma specialists abandoned the practice.

When you opt for hair plugs, random large portions of hair are extracted from one section and transplanted to the problem area.

The results are often patchy and noticeable. It defeats the whole idea of your head of hair looking natural.

What You Need to Know About Hair Transplants

Thankfully, technology has come a long way. Today’s hair transplants involve modern ways of transplanting hair.

During the procedure, a small section of skin is removed. The section contains just a few hairs. That means more grafts are needed to complete your hair transplant. Alternatively, the hair follicles may be individually removed for transplant.

The greatest benefit of hair transplants today is that the outcome is far more natural than hair plugs.

As hair transplant technology evolves, so the grafts get smaller and the scarring is minimal.

Are You Ready for a Hair Transplant?

Whether you’re suffering hair loss as a result of aging, burns or an accident, the procedure decision is yours. However, modern hair transplants offer a natural look with little scarring and minimal downtime.

If you’re considering hair transplants, consult a specialist to determine the best procedure for you and your goals.

Schedule a consultation online or call us at 215-503-FACE.


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