Hair Transplant in Severe Baldness

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Hair Transplant before and after in severe baldness
This young male is having severe baldness and he will be classifiedas Norwood grade VI or VII. When he came our clinic he was depressed and pessimistic and he would attribute to his hair loss for his agony. In this kind of cases, complete coverage is difficult because of non availability of donor hairs. But in many cases we can achieve a near complete coverage using beard and body donor hairs. In addition to this, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) can improve the look even further. Read More

Cost over Quality in Hair Transplant?

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Cost of hair transplant, is it the only factor you should check before selecting the center for hair transplant?

Sunny, a 26 year old young male, with baldness grade V/VI, walked into orange tree clinic after couple of telephonic discussion on hair transplant. In fact he was just talking about pricing before he dropped in at our centre. He came along with his friend who has undergone FUE hair transplant procedure by Dr. Sajal Halder 6 months back. Sunny took a detailed consultation from Dr. Halder, hair transplant surgeon at orange tree. It was quite surprising to note that he was least interested in the details of the procedure and the technical modification that was routinely been carried out in FUE (Follicular unit extraction) at orange tree. At the end of the detailed briefing by Dr.Halder, he was worried about the cost of hair transplant. His only question was “what’s the total cost to fill my bald areas”. Orange tree hair transplant never give a vague statement like “we will give the maximum number of hair grafts possible” and the package for the maximum grafts is “x” amount. We always make a rough estimate of the bald area and graft number is accordingly calculated keeping a density of 30-45 grafts per square centimeter. We try to give a high density in the front and crown area. But Sunny was not interested in all these. Read More

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