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The formation of Androgenic Alopecia, called male pattern baldness, is associated with the structure of human genetics and hormones. It is an organ loss that occurs entirely with the effect of our hormones, where there is no intervention. Because each of the hair follicles is called an organ that functions on its own.
Generally, in males, there is hairlessness or apparent hair sparseness due to loss of hair on the top and forehead, however, hair loss does not occur on the nape of neck and between two ears and there is a hairy tissue structure with dense hair. This is also called KAISER'S CROWN among the public. This happens due to fact that there are two types of hair follicles in human genetics.
Type 1 hair follicles have a shedding characteristic and are located above the forehead. Hair follicles of these types start to shed with the increase of testosterone (male hormone) in the blood that exists in males, and hair will never come out again. Because it destroys the hair follicles. It is a futile effort to wait for hair to regrow since this causes a loss of hair follicles. Therefore, all drug and lotion type applications prepared with the aim of regrowing hair do not make any sense. Each hair strand is at the same time a hair follicle. Hair growth is not possible in the absence of follicle. Since it is entirely associated with hormone and genetic formations, intervention has other risks. Medical field does not propose any medicine prepared in this regard because of the risk of disturbing the hormone balance. This applies to type 1 hair follicles.
The hair follicle, which has type 2 genetic structure, is not affected by the increase of the testosterone hormone and therefore does not have a shedding characteristic. There is no shedding after hair follicle transplantation due to this positive structure. The success of hair transplantationis as a result of this genetic structure. Hair transplantation involves the transplantation of hair follicles that have genetically no shedding characteristic to the areas where hair loss (baldness) has occurred; this is the basis of the operation.
In accordance with the basis of operation, the hair follicles taken out from the nape, between two ears, that have no shedding characteristic are transplanted to hairless or thin-hair regions where hair follicle loss has occurred. From the nape, between two ears, a long thin tissue piece with hair follicles of type 2, which do not have shedding characteristics, is taken out and the place of the tissue piece is closed with aesthetic suture. In this region, there remains a scar in the thickness of thin lace yarn. This is covered when the hair comes out.
The tissue from this tissue piece is divided into single, or double, or triple, follicles under sterile conditions, taking into account the ability of hair follicles to survive. This piece of tissue divided into single follicle is called "micro graft" and the one divided into double or triple follicles is called "mini graft". The most important issue in this part of the operation is the aliveness of hair follicle grafts (pieces) that are separated. Because our operation is entirely an alive hair follicle transplantation. There is no artificial material. It can be expressed as the displacement of one's own alive hair follicle on oneself. For this reason, the tissue transplantation does not show any tissue rejection reaction as it is made with its own tissue. Hair transplantation has no side effects. In the operation we perform, the skills of the hair transplantation team and the micro graft system are essential. The work involves the plantation of micro tissues into micro hair channels. As already mentioned, the operation is done with sterile and hygienic work. This is the working principle of our hair transplantation team.