Can you Get a Hair Transplant For Forehead Reduction?

Many people have at least one feature about themselves that they’d like to change. Some want to make a big nose smaller, others want to make thin lips look fuller. For others, a big forehead can be a source of embarrassment or discomfort. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce the size of a large forehead, so that it is more in proportion with the rest of a person’s facial features. Follicular unit extraction, or FUE, a type of hair transplant procedure, can be one way to shrink an overly large forehead.

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Will Hair Transplants Leave Scars?

Hair transplants help to reverse hair loss by moving hair from one area of your scalp to the area where you have balding or thinning. Once transplanted, the new hair is there permanently. Today’s hair restoration options are much improved over the procedures performed in the past. While people underwent hair restoration surgery once were left with huge, visible head scars, today’s methods, such as strip harvesting and follicular unit extraction (FUE) less much smaller, less noticeable scars.

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Are Hair Transplants Painful?

You’re concerned about your thinning hair, enough that you’ve seriously considered a hair transplant. But you’re also concerned enough about pain during or after the procedure that you’re hesitant to find out more about follicular unit extraction (FUE) or strip harvesting (FUT). While both methods of hair transplantation do require surgery, it’s important to understand that neither will leave you in extreme pain.

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Which Hair Transplant Technique is Best?

If you are losing your hair and have decided to have a hair transplant, one thing to consider is the type of procedure or the technique the surgeon will use to transplant hair from one area of the scalp to the other. Today, surgeons use both strip harvesting and follicular unit extraction (FUE) techniques during hair restoration. One technique isn’t necessarily "better" than the other one. It all boils down to how much hair you have to transplant and how you plan to wear your hair after the surgery.

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Can You Be Too Young for a Hair Transplant?

When you first start to notice that you are losing your hair, it’s natural to panic. You want to start exploring all of your options for hair restoration, from over-the-counter products to surgical options such as a hair transplant. While you can start some hair restoration treatments early on, it’s usually recommended that you wait to have a hair transplant. In some cases, a patient might be just too young to really get the most out of the surgery.

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Follicular Unit Extraction Surgery Overview

Follicular unit extraction (FUE) surgery is one of the two main methods of harvesting or extracting grafts for hair transplantation, the other being the strip harvesting method.  With the FUE technique, hair follicles (follicular unit grafts) are removed individually from the patient’s donor area. The removed hair follicles are then transplanted one by one to the recipients thinning hair areas.

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Understanding “Shock Loss” After Hair Restoration Surgery

People undergo hair transplant surgery in an effort to restore their hair in places where it has completely fallen out or is extremely thin.  If you have researched hair transplantation, you may have come across the phrase “shock loss”.   Shock loss refers to the loss of hair after hair transplantation.

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