Hair Restoration Surgeries have come a Long Way
Some people spend years researching their options before deciding to proceed with a hair transplant in Toronto. If you’re one of them, it’s good to know you’re not alone in wondering when is the right time to intervene. Hair restoration surgeries have come a long way, and today’s advanced FUE recovery time is shorter and easier than ever. Also, the natural-looking results that can be achieved, coupled with a virtually scarless result is drawing more and more attention from men and women just like you. Millions of people suffer from progressive hair loss and thinning. There are medications, topical treatments and various tricks or gimmicks to address hair loss but none so effective and long-lasting as a hair transplant at Nova Medical Clinic. If you’re ready to take a closer look, and you think it might be the right time, read on to learn what a the procedure can do for you.
What can a Toronto hair transplant do?
The process is one of relocation, or, redistribution. It doesn’t create hair, and it doesn’t take hair implants from anyone but you. The existing hairs you have on your head in thicker areas will be used to supply the donor grafts for your thin spots.
One of the best things about this meticulous process is that the hair follicles extracted and reimplanted are naturally resistant to DHT. That’s the hormone linked to hair miniaturization and thinning. The strands at the back and sides of your head are more likely to contain thicker, resistant hair growth and these follicles make ideal grafts. When moved to their new location, they stay and grow indefinitely.
Is hair loss affecting your lifestyle or self-esteem?
Not everyone is bothered by the loss of their hair. It’s certainly a widespread condition with an estimated 2/3 of all men seeing hair thinning or balding in their lifetime. Some find it hard to adjust to the changing appearance as their hairline recedes or crown thins. If your hair is an integral part of your style, or dramatically affects your apparent age, then social situations like dating can suffer. As well, many people perceive that they’re judged to be slower, more tired, aged, or less capable in a career setting and competition for job positions. It’s certainly not fair that anyone should be judged this way based on a natural sensitivity to DHT, but the case remains that hair loss is mentally and emotionally hard for many people. If this describes you, then it may be time to consider a procedure.