Sculpt Aesthetic Clinic, Multi-Specialty
Flocking is usually chosen by people who are experiencing baldness. In this procedure, hair follicles are taken from a hair-rich part of the body and placed on the bald scalp. The area where the hair is removed is called the donor area, and the flocking can be used to fill the eyelashes, chest hair, and pubic hair.
Benefits of flocking:
As you grow older, your hair begins to fall, especially from the center of your head. Men experience baldness faster than women. Flocking helps fill the hair on the scalp and reverses the time. You will start to look young. There are no side effects.
Some men begin to experience thinning hair as soon as they begin to age. In some cultures and societies, chest hair is considered a sign of masculinity and strength. Studies show that 85% of women prefer chest hair to their partners. Therefore, the flocking done on the chest hair will make you look more masculine.
Hair that has landed on the scalp begins to grow normally from the scalp. Therefore, this is a one-time procedure. You don’t have to worry about baldness or stress on your scalp after the hair transplant surgery. Hair growth is not impeded. The time it takes for your new hair to grow will be the same as your natural hair growth.
The procedure can be performed by partial anesthesia. Partial anesthesia is also widely used to perform this procedure if you are afraid of anesthesia leading to unconsciousness.
Hair transplant procedure:
In this procedure, the surgeon cleans the scalp and then anesthetizes it so that the scalp is numb and feels nothing. There are two methods used in this procedure: hair follicle unit extraction (FUE) and hair follicle unit strip surgery (FUSS). In follicle strip surgery (FUSS), the surgeon usually removes 6 or 10 inches of skin from the back of the head. There is more hair on the back of the head than on the top of the scalp. Then he sews that area of the scalp. The area is usually hidden due to the dense hair in the area. In hair follicle unit extraction (FUE) surgery, surgeons usually remove hair follicles one by one from the back of the scalp and insert them where they want them.
It is important to take medication after surgery as the scalp can become very soft. By a few weeks, the transplanted hair may begin to fall off, after which normal hair growth may be seen. The recovery period varies from 2 to 5 days.