Bald Spot on Crown

Bald Spot on Crown

hair restoration before hair transplantation

The crown is the highest area on the head, and while it's unclear why hair loss occurs there specifically, both genders experience hair loss there. Every year, millions of people worldwide suffer from hair loss, which not everyone will likely experience in the same way.

One of the first indications of male pattern baldness is a bald patch on the crown. However, this does not necessarily suggest that you will eventually lose every hair on the crown; it just means you're likely to keep shedding over time. Hair loss around the crown is frequently the first and most noticeable sign of male pattern baldness. As hair loss accelerates, you can find that your crown gradually becomes larger or more apparent.

Reason for the bald spot on the crown

Though it's not always the only factor, hormones and baldness are the leading causes of bald spots on the head in men. In addition, a variety of factors, including stress, illnesses, poor skincare habits, and tension, may contribute to your hair loss reasons.

Dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, is a potent androgen produced when testosterone is converted, and it is this androgen that contributes to the development of bald spots on the crown. Unfortunately, this dihydrotestosterone (DHT) can have negative side effects even though it is normal biologically. For instance, it is sensitive to your hair follicles, which might weaken, shrink, or even stop growing new hair completely when it is present.

Sensitive to DHT, hair follicles tend to become smaller over time. As a result, each hair's lifespan shortens as the affected hair follicles get smaller. After a while, the affected follicles stop generating hair, or at least not the hair you're used to.

Hair transplant for Bald spot on the crown

A common technique for hair transplants in the modern era is FUE. The full procedure lasts between 4 and 6 hours, depending on the patient and condition. Following that, the patient can go back to their house or hotel to recover.

Individual hair follicles from donor locations on the back head will be removed during a FUE hair transplant, and they will then be retrieved and placed in the affected crown area.

Within 14 days of the transplant, or usually, 7 days after hair transplant, you can begin washing your hair normally. After the operation, one can even wash their hair more than once a day if necessary. You might experience some redness in the donor and operated areas and some hair loss in the first two weeks following surgery, but this is quite normal, and you shouldn't be alarmed.

After the transplant, new hair should start growing from the transplanted follicles between 2 and 4 months, and after 5 to 9 months, "depending on the patient," a sizable amount of hair should regrow from the crown. After roughly 12 or 18 months, most of the hairs implanted in your crown will emerge from the scalp, and the hair transplantation recovery will be finished.

Asmed uses the Manual FUE method for crown hair transplants because it's the most recent procedure and enables quick and full recovery. Asmed offers the best hair transplant service.

If you want to know more about the transplant process and what to expect after the operation, you can visit the Asmed website and speak with our specialists or place a call through. Asmed makes sure that all of its patients' requests are fulfilled.

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