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Basic Facts About Hair Loss And Hair Transplantation

Alopecia means baldness and there are various kinds of alopecia. But androgenic alopecia is the most frequent among guys. It also occurs in women also.

So alopecia is one of the reasons for ‘hair loss in men’ (which is known as ‘hrtap hos menn’ in the Norwegian language) and women. It's a natural feature or genetic sequence that occurs as a result of the secretion of a molecule called Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) from androgen. 

The DHT causes hair follicles to shrink and create thin or miniaturized hair gently to create no hair in any way, leaving a glistening bald patch. While men have a different pattern of hair thinning but women's hair thinning is uncommon. 

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What girls experience is a diffusive routine of thinning of their general hair thinning, so female pattern baldness may be an apropos expression than female pattern hair loss.

A hair transplant is a dermatological surgery. This can be done with an individual's hair removed from the back part of the scalp considered as the donor zone and substituted into the bald areas considered the receiver location. 

With the development of follicular unit transplantation, today the operation is completed with Follicular Unit Transplantation or FUT process. Another process is Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE that's carried out by plucking hair follicular units beneath a magnified vision of the surgeon. 

If you want to undergo a hair transplant then you need to consult with a hair expert to know better about this process.