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Hair transplant Tunisia : Hair implant by the technique Micro Hair Transplant

Hair transplant Tunisia: what is the installation of hair implant in Tunisia?

Hair transplantation is a cosmetic surgery procedure designed to treat baldness in men. Indeed, hair loss is a condition that affects many men, and the more pronounced it is, the greater the discomfort felt by the person affected.

The installation of hair implants Tunisia is generally done in two stages. The first step involves the removal of hair follicles from the temples and/or the nape of the neck (because they are the most insensitive to hormones and the most resistant to falls). The second step concerns micro-transplants that are done in sparse areas in order to replenish them.

Hair implantation in Tunisia is a treatment against alopecia and hair loss that offers natural and lasting results. It is a painless baldness treatment that does not cause complications or social eviction.

The hair transplant Tunisia can be done using different techniques, but the most common technique is the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction). Indeed, this technique although more expensive, offers the advantage of being performed without surgery, which in addition to reassuring people who do not like surgery, leaves no scar.

It should be noted that the FUE transplant technique is more suitable for thinning scalps than for large bald spots. Indeed, the latter will require more sessions, which will result in more expenses but also more removal of the donor area that may become bald and rough from being used.

Hair implant price Tunisia

The price of hair transplant in Tunisia varies according to the number of grafts to be transplanted. The price of the hair transplant Tunisia indicated below includes a consultation with the surgeon, the medical stay at the clinic and the hotel stay.

Interventions Price Stay
Between 2000 and 2500 grafts (1 session)
2 nights / 3 days
More than 2500 grafts (2 sessions)
2 nights / 3 days

Hair implant Tunisia: what you need to know before you start

The first step in a hair transplant surgery in Tunisia is the pre-operative consultation. The doctor evaluates your general health to ensure that you have no contraindications to hair transplantation. He will also examine your baldness in order to gauge its extent and determine the appropriate treatment.

He will also discuss with you the risks, recovery time and cost of the operation. 

*Disclaimer: results may vary from one person to another depending on the morphology of the patients.

How is the male hair transplant in Tunisia performed?

The FUE hair transplant is performed under local anesthesia. The number and length of the sessions depend on the extent of the baldness, but you should count on at least 5 hours during which you will be either sitting or lying down.

The doctor begins by removing the bulbs from the back of the skull using a small scalpel (1 to 0.7 mm in diameter). He then replants them directly into the area to be filled, taking care to place them as tightly as possible in order to provide a fairly dense effect.

Greffe de cheveux Tunisie - Implant capillaire FUE
  • The hair transplant Tunisia is a painless procedure that does not generally require postoperative medication. However, it happens that the patient feels some tightness during the first few days. In this case, painkillers will be prescribed to help alleviate these unpleasant sensations.

    Small scabs and redness usually appear on the grafts. They eventually disappear after 2 weeks.

When you think of hair transplantation, you may imagine an uneven, visible distribution of hair from years past. But hair transplantation has made advances in repairing this problem, especially in the last decade.

Hair transplantation Tunisia sometimes called hair restoration – is an outpatient procedure that uses micrografting technology to donate your own hair follicles to other areas of your scalp that are thinning.

The results of a hair implant are visibly long-lasting and are considered permanent. The procedure also takes a long time and involves a healing and recovery process. For these reasons, people who have already undergone significant scalp thinning are typical candidates for a hair transplant.

Following a request for this procedure, we will help you understand the results of a Tunisia hair transplant, what to expect and the types of procedures.

Once your hair follicles are transplanted into the areas where your hair is thinning, it takes some time for your skin to heal. In fact, it is normal for some of your hair to fall out during the first three months after the procedure.

It can take anywhere from 6 to 12 months to heal. But once the healing process is complete, the transplanted follicles begin to grow hair that will fill in the bald areas of your scalp. This is hair that will continue to grow naturally as you age.

The movement of hair follicles is permanent; there is no way to return them to their previous position. But like the rest of your hair follicles, the transplanted ones have a lifespan. At some point, they may gradually stop producing as much hair as before.

Your first hair transplant may not be your last.

Some candidates will be told by their doctor that they will need several transplant “sessions” to achieve the results they desire.

Other candidates are satisfied with the results after their first hair transplant has healed and then decide to try to fill in sparse areas on their head.

There are two types of modern hair transplant procedures that are currently performed.

Follicular unit transplantation (FUT) involves transplanting a strip of your own hair follicles, taken from your scalp at the back of your head, into areas of your hair that are thinning or balding.

A follicular unit extraction (FUE) uses small punctures to transplant follicles from your entire head to areas where your hair is thinning or balding.

Both types of hair transplants are considered permanent.

Once your hair transplant is complete, it will take some time before you see results. As the transplanted areas of hair begin to heal, you may notice that you lose more hair during the first few months. Your treating physician should reassure you about the steps you can take after the procedure to care for your hair.

Once your Tunisia hair transplant has completely healed, you will see follicles of your own hair begin to appear. The hair will grow and eventually have the same texture and length as the rest of your hair. Micrografted hair transplants can be cut, styled and dyed to your preference.

Your hair transplant should hold up over the long term. As you age, your hair follicles may thin, but they will most likely produce at least some hair for the rest of your life.

If your hair continues to thin, your hairline is not receding into your old natural hair loss “pattern. Your doctor should have a long discussion with you about what plan to put in place so that your hair does not become uneven or unnatural in the years to come after your hair transplant.

If you feel embarrassed by your hair loss, you should talk to your doctor. There are diseases and medications that can cause hair loss as a side effect. You may need to eliminate these external factors before you are considered a candidate for a hair transplant.

Before requesting a quote, ask for several sets of before and after photos and discuss your hair transplant method and process with your hair transplant surgeon before making your appointment.

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