Alopecia is the most common inflammatory hair loss disease and can occur at any age, with the 2nd and 3rd decade being preferred. Typically, there are one or more circular bald spots on the hairy head. In addition, there are other, extensive forms of circular hair loss such as the alopecia areata reticularis and the alopecia areata of the ophiasis type with hair loss, especially in the temple area.
Alopecia treatment can be recovering with hair transplant.
Despite the common belief that age plays a role in hair transplantation, making many concerned unsuitable for the operation, in fact this is not the case. The person concerned may proceed to the operation, irrespective of age, if he meets the necessary conditions. However, in the case of very young people, a conservative approach is initially recommended.
Of course, the age and evolution of the dilution are inextricably linked. For example, a middle-aged (40-50 years old) with moderate to normal hair loss, compared to a younger candidate (30 years old) with severe hair loss, is clearly considered a better candidate. It is therefore important that the candidate has realistic expectations.
But every people can need any time, alopecia treatment.
Donor Site Quality
The clinical examination of the person concerned, and the necessary examinations are necessary to check the quality of the donor site. It is important to make sure that the donor site has the proper hair characteristics, i.e. thick hair with a large diameter. Interested in straight or slightly curly hair, they are ideal candidates. In addition, alopecia treatment patients with androgenetic alopecia and dilation at the apex and in the temporal lobes are often considered suitable candidates.
Donor Region Density
Adequate density of the donor region is just as important, since a large dilution implies that the donor region may not have enough hair follicles. The denser the donor site, the greater the number of hair follicles available for transplantation in the diluted area.