Hair Transplantation

There are 5 major effects of the hair transplantation with vaccination:sac-asisi-3

• Preparing the patient with very thin hair strands on donor area for operation
• In case of hair disease , rendering the hair into transplantable form after the recovery by vaccination
• Recovering the surgical scar or injury on the donor area without trace and within  shortest time.
• Enabling the re-formation of hair follicle thereby hair strands on donor area
• Improving the success and quality of the hair transplantation
Very thing hair strands or sometimes pinnate hair may be observed on the donor site during the examination of patients without alopecia. This pre-operatively vaccination may render the hair in to transplantable form by thickening these thin strands.

Hair transplantation with vaccination may also enable the success of the cases where there is no sufficient amount of graft to cover the balding areas.

Hair transplantation with vaccination assists the rapid recovery of the scars on donor areas without trace by minimizing them during the transplantation procedure.
The extracellular matrix found in the composition of the vaccine, increases the survival rate of stem cells by activating them until the transfer of the gathered hair follicles into the balding area. Thus, more vital hair follicles will be transplanted. This vitality will increase the
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Generally new hair do not grow in the place of removed follicles collected from the donor area. However the follicle and hair formation on that area is increased considerably by the hair vaccination.

It also treats the existing hair roots by strengthening them and decreasing the risk of loss and thinning. It assists to increase the hairy appearance of the patient by enhancing the volume of transplanted and existing hair.

It assists the transplanted hair to grow and elongate faster.
Another effect of the vaccine observed in many of the cases, is the pigmentation strengthening by the promotion of the hair growth with darker color.

For better results, the vaccination of a patient
sac-asisi-11who is not satisfied by a previous hair transplantation procedure,  may be used in the preparation of the patient for another transplantation procedure.

The vaccination may be processeced throughout hair transplantation process without extending the duration of the transplantation. Due to previous local anesthesia applied for the transplantation, the vaccine can be administered to the patient painlessly. A single dose of vaccine is adequate for the treatment. It can be repeated 1 year after the vaccination  if required, but only in some rare cases.