Myths And Facts
Hair transplantation in Toronto is one of the most consistently successful and life-changing hair loss therapies available. Hair transplants may seem pretty natural in today’s environment when done by professional specialists. However, when it comes to the actual hair transplantation procedure, there are a number of myths that are covered in the media portraying a different light on hair transplant procedures.
While some facts are true, there are several myths and facts that are simply incorrect, and we are here to refute such myths and facts for you.
Myth 1. Transplanted Hair Is Permanent
It is a widely held assumption that hair transplanted during a hair transplant would survive eternally. Fortunately, the majority of hairs transplanted remain in their new location forever. However, every patient who has been monitored for ten, twenty, or thirty years will tell you that the same number of hairs transplanted originally is not always kept over time. The bulk of them, but not all of them, will survive.
There are several reasons why hairs may not always stay permanently in the same place on the scalp. To begin, donor hair may not always give complete protection against male pattern baldness in all individuals. There are a variety of outcomes, ranging from males who have little or no thinning in their “donor region” (at the back of the head) to men who have severely thinned their “donor area” during their lifetimes. Additionally, no long-term investigation of the immunological and physiological changes that occur in transplanted hairs over extended periods of time has been undertaken by the medical community.
Nonetheless, there is no denying that transplanted hairs are permanent. While this is true for a huge number of men and women, it is not true for all of them. On the other hand, some men may experience slow fading of a proportion of their transplanted hairs over the course of many decades.
Having said that, hair transplant treatments remain an excellent alternative for anybody seeking a permanent solution to their hair loss rather than continuously purchasing temporary remedies such as creams and shampoos that may not always provide the desired effects.