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Hair Grafting

A hair transplant, which moves hair from one position to another on your head, can be accomplished in several ways. The most familiar way is grafting. To be a perfect applicant, you will require to own thicker regions of hair on your head. Permanent hair loss can occur due to several reasons, involving different types of alopecia. now, it’s feasible to enjoy natural-looking outcomes thanks to one vital advance. maximum surgeons nowadays replant healthy hairs a few at a moment. This eliminates the artificial puppet-like hair that patients observed in the 70s and 80s. Back then, segments of hair known as hair plugs were fixed in the thinning region. In time, the hair plugs grew relatively remarkable.

How hair grafting is done?

Before: Hair transplant candidates should have visible hair loss with good hair growth in the back and sides of the head to act as donor sites.

  • A tube-like equipment punches spherical grafts from the donor location for implantation in the desired area for hair replacement.
  • A tube-like equipment is used to punch spherical grafts from the donor site, which are then inserted in the area where hair restoration is needed.
  • Once the skin beneath the hair has expanded sufficiently, it is surgically put over the bald spot.
  • : During flap surgery, a portion of bald scalp is removed and replaced with a flap of hair-bearing skin.
  • : Scalp reduction techniques vary greatly, but all achieve the same goal of bringing hair and scalp together to conceal bald spots.

After: Hair transplant surgery can improve your appearance and self-confidence.

Cost of Hair grafting

The cost of hair grafting are as follows(*):

  • 1 follicle - INR 55- 60/-
  • Total Treatment - 60,000/-

* : The cost of your treatment depends on the condition of your head.


The cost of the treatment depends on the condition of your hair and after consulting the doctor.

It should be made very clear that while hair transplantation can replace lost hair in balding areas, it cannot stop further hair loss. Therefore, if the patient still has a substantial amount of hair after surgery, he will need to take medication to stop additional hair loss.
If he continues to lose hair, he can also get a second hair transplant.

A hair transplant is generally a safe process, although there is always a slight danger of bleeding, as with any form of surgery, infection, or an anesthetic-induced allergic response.


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