Dr. Maneesh Sonthalia (Plastic & Cosmetic Surgeon) (MBBS) (M.S) (M.Ch)

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Are you Losing all the More Hair, Thinking which Method to Choose?

After waking up, the first thing quite most of the people do is to check their looks in the mirror, be it men or women. Hair being the prime factor to enhance the look gets the main focus. But when you see a lot of strands on the counter doesn’t it spoil your day? Does it become a cause of your mental weakness when you see it on a regular routine?

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But hey!

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Wait. Luckily, you have a solution which is permanent too. The hair grafting surgeries and treatments are the reasons that make you look gorgeous like before and you will be able to shine in your own aura like before! While hairline reduction and hair transplants can both lower the hairline, the differences between them can make you toggle between which to choose. The decision eventually comes down to a variety of factors:

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  • A consultancy is very important with a renowned hair transplant doctor.
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  • The expectation plays a very pivotal role, before the patient goes under the scissors.
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  • Then the decision comes down as to which of the methods would fulfil their requirements.
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When a patient is considering having a procedure to lower his or her hairline, it’s important to know the different advantages of the two procedures:

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Hairline Reduction Advantages:

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If you are too busy and are looking for a method which will waste no time of yours then you might try this method. This method also helps in creating thicker hair lines which is also desirable for many patients.

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Advantages of a Hair Transplant to Lower a Hairline:

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One of the biggest advantages of hair transplantation to lower the hairline is the end result is much more natural looking. A good hair surgeon can do it in such a way that it will reflect the normal transition of hair density. But this method can be carried out in two methods which are discussed below:

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Difference between the two methods-

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Strip Surgery (FUT)

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People having serious issues with their baldness can try this method. In this surgery a strip is harvested from the back of the scalp and separating the follicular units it is implanted on the affected area. This is closed by telophytic method hence no scar, as a result.

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FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction

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In this method, follicular units are again extracted from the back but here punches are used for harvesting. Anyway, it does not involve lot of deep cuts or anything as such but it has lot of wastage. Hence, this is not a preferred method amongst good hair surgeons.

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What Is The Next Step?

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The next step for a patient is to study the advantages of the options listed above to determine which of the options best fits their needs. Once the patient has determined which technique is best for them, they should find and consult with a good doctor to determine if they are a viable candidate The next and the final step is to study the methods by the above given data, and finalize the method according to their needs. Once they have selected a method, they should find a good surgeon and a consultancy to carry out the method and before doing the operation, have a cross-check of the method they have chosen for either a hairline reduction or a hair transplant to lower the hairline.

About Dr. Maneesh

Dr. Maneesh Sonthalia, one of the renowned cosmetic surgeons in Kolkata has performed several hair transplant with successful results that has left the patients with natural looking hair without any scars. He holds his graduation degree from Kolkata Medical College and is a Master of General Surgery from PG Hospital. Later on he achieved his M.Ch in Plastic Surgery also from PG Hospital.

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