Hair implant: how it works and useful tips

The trichological sector, particularly the one concerning hair transplant, is rapidly expanding and the number of customers is constantly increasing. This is due mainly to a good amount of technical refinements, that by the time have become more stable and enduring. The cost reduction of this kind of surgery is another apical factor. Moreover, the more and more qualified competition represented by less expensive trichological specialized clinics (as, for instance, the ones established in Turkey), caused a propulsive thrust towards a customer base’s enlargement.

Despite that, another key role (maybe the more effective on a long term) has been played by the presence, within the Italian territory, of international clinics that distinguish themselves by cutting-edge sector researches and the willingness of sharing them with the local communities. It’s the case, for example, of Biofibre® Hair Implant in Italy, a real case study all over Europe and the world, thanks to its patented and revolutionary technique. In fact, this is not based on patient’s hair transplant from an area to another one (like all the traditional techniques), but it provides literally new hair that the patient has never had before.

Those hair are made of a biocompatible material, able to mingle perfectly with the original hair. Thanks to the biocompatible hair technique, the number of successful cases in trichological cures has dramatically increased, and more and more patients affected by alopecia are gaining back all the trust and self-confidence that this disorder took them away.
Obviously, with the enhancement of surgery treatment’s access, the interest in all that concerns the after surgery recovery is increasing too. Freshly transplanted or neo-implanted people are looking for a cure for alopecia, but this should be also able to minimize the most the inconvenience ensuing the post-surgery trauma.

We should recall that these kind of hair treatment is, in all respects, a surgical procedure, and even if it’s by now quite an ordinary treatment, it’s still based on a number of micro-wounds purposely inflicted to the head’s skin. So it has to be cured like a bruise and – in a manner of speaking – escorted towards a complete healing.

During the cicatrization period, the portion of scalp where the surgery took place is more fragile. Weather conditions, air pollution, fine dust, they are all potential enemies of a tissue that, by virtue of its temporary weakness, could be prone to dermal irritations or even, in the worst cases, infections. The sun itself could be an enemy as well: in this case, we should be aware particularly of ultraviolet rays, that could cause the formation of dark spots or stains on the scalp and an excessive drying of the first layer of skin. All occurrences that are not good for the health of a recently treated scalp.

In order to protect themselves from any possible danger, it is necessary to take a few simple precautions and stick to them, at least for a month (even 45 or 60 days, if required) from the day of the surgery. First of all, any individual overcoming a hair surgery should avoid any direct exposure to sunlight, even if for a few minutes, and especially during the central hours of the day (when the sun is higher). Wearing a hat – or every other kind of headwear – is the second precaution, and probably the decisive step. In fact, these two countermeasures should be enough to avoid the usage of sunscreens or soothing creams.
By following these simple common sense rules, after a thirty days average period the surgically treated scalp will be back at full efficiency. And the implanted hair will be effectively stable and suited for a life-long endurance.

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