Shaving donor and recipient portions of the head is optional in a hair transplant. Some persons have to shave the donor and recipient portions of the head but do not worry hair will grow again. When is it required to shave the head? This blog post explains why a person has to shave donor or recipient areas during a hair transplant. If you want to naturally regrow hair using this procedure, this topic is for you.
There are mainly two types of hair transplant techniques namely FUE (follicular unit extraction) and FUT (follicular unit transplantation). FUE requires removal of individual hair grafts from the donor site to be transplanted to the recipient site. FUT requires the removal of a strip of hairs from the donor site followed by transplantation of hair grafts to the recipient site.
In general, the donor area hair is first trimmed or shaved to make it easy to remove a strip or grafts. In the case of FUT, the only area where a strip has to be removed may be shaved. Moreover, the recipient area also requires shaving if there are some hairs.
In FUE, donor shaving could be done in layers. The longer hair at the adjoining scalp areas will cover the shaved area. The recipient area may also need shaving if there exist some hairs.
This procedure provides long-lasting and natural-looking hair growth benefits to everyone. Hair transplant cost varies from person to person because different individuals have a different level of hair thinning or baldness.
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This blog post explained why a person has to shave donor or recipient areas during a hair transplant. If you want to naturally regrow hair using this procedure, you will have to shave hair. Do not worry because your hair will grow back again.