Hair Transplant Repair
procedures available at Dr. Prabdeep Sohi's Reviva Clinic with surgical facility located in Chandigarh as well as Delhi India.
Dr. Prabdeep Sohi
Hair Transplant Repair, India
Every hair transplant doctor, by definition, of course knows how to do hair transplantation for people with baldness or various forms of alopecia. However, not every hair transplant doctor knows how to perform repair procedures.
Repair procedures is a different league on its own, and only some of the more experienced and seasoned doctors have mastered the skills of repair sessions for patients who had undergone unsuccessful hair transplants in the past.
Failed procedures are more common than you think. Very often, a patient chooses a surgeon simply because his clinic is within easy access or located in the same city where he or she lives. That is pretty much the deciding factor in choosing a doctor. While this makes it easy for the patient to get to the surgical clinic, the end results could have lingering problems for the patient in years to come if the doctor does not have the proper experience or credentials.
Hair transplants are largely irreversible. Getting it done right the very first time is of utmost importance. Otherwise, the patient may find himself spending years of his life trying to fix or correct problems left behind from the first procedure. Some of the commonly cited hair transplant problems are excessive scarring, unsightly plugs, pitting, and unnatural hairlines etc.
There are also people who were involved in accidents and left with unsightly scars or even those who were born with birth marks. Dr. Sohi can help these individuals also with his repair skills.
When you’ve undergone a failed hair transplant surgery, any hope of a cosmetically normal future may seem hopeless. But with FUE hair transplant repair, there is still hope. Thousands of men and women have experienced botched hair restoration surgery. Such failures can occur at the fault of a novice surgeon or an antiquated technique. Oftentimes, they leave the patient riddled with indelible scars and produce poor growth, or the growth looks uneven and unnatural. The patient is further depleted of scalp hair and options are even more limited—the scarring prevents him from being able to shave his head and say “oh well.” With little hair and a disfigured scalp, he is forced to hide beneath a hairpiece or hat.
FUE hair transplant repair typically uses hair outside the safe donor zone. When the patient is severely depleted of scalp donors, the grafts are harvested from the body (with body hair transplant). In any case, the minimally invasive individual excision wounds made by follicular unit extraction enable the surgeon to harvest what donor hairs he/she finds suitable without leaving noticeable scars anew. He/she is thus able to fill the existing scars and fill balding recipient areas, restoring the scalp and concealing botched work of the past.
Below are examples of some repair procedures performed at Dr. Sohi's Reviva Clinic.