All About Laser Hair Replacement

Lasers have taken the world by surprise and are being used in various areas of life and laser hair replacement happens to be one of them. However it is best for one to know all about laser hair replacement techniques to be well prepared to take up this procedure for hair replacement.

Laser hair replacement has it’s merit in treating men who have almost turned bald. This procedure of hair replacement is found to be blood less and time saving too. However it is best to know all about the intricacies of this procedure to make sure one is fully prepared for it.

It is best to know all about laser hair transplant and note that holes are created in various parts of the head and grafts of hair are inserted to start and promote hair growth. Lasers being used for hair replacement does cause some pain and local anesthesia is to be administered. The beams used for hair replacement are very powerful and holes for the grafts are created by vaporizing of the tissue of the scalp. This can prove to be very harmful.

It is best to know all about laser hair replacement, that it is done with the aim to stimulate the hair follicles and also increase the blood supply in the scalp; which is good. This treatment increases the oxygenation in the blood, provides the required nutrients at the root of the hair and stimulates the hair follicles. Hence the hair starts growing immediately.

Though laser hair replacement specialists argue that it is a bloodless procedure, however it carries the risk of blood loss and coagulation due to excess use of micro grafting technique. It is also good to know that laser hair replacement can cause destruction of elastic fibers and the dermal collagen in the head.

It is worthwhile to know one good point that laser hair replacement that these slits can be easily created for the plantation of the dissected grafts and it’s size can be controlled by the laser beam.

To conclude one who knows all about the laser hair replacement procedure is in a much better position to think all about it’s good and bad aspects before going in for this procedure. However it is in the best of interest to also consult  and discuss with your dermatologist if this procedure is for you.