Hair Transplantation on The Top Crown Area

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Hair Transplantation On The Top Crown Area

Hair problems of our patients are often requested for hair transplantation for the frontal area or the top crown area.

At Exxe Hair, we aim to make the right planning considering the requests and photos of our patients. In addition, we make the right operation plan for our patients, considering regional hair loss. If a patient is going to have hair transplantation on the top crown area. We would like to indicate in this article some details that should be known about the top crown area hair transplantation.

What You Need to Know About Hair Transplantation on The Top Crown Area

Top Crown Hair Thinning and Hair Loss

The crown area is the area where the hair loss problem is most intense. In men, the problem of hair loss on the front area starts slowly, while the problem of hair loss on the top crown area occurs more quickly. As a result, thinning on the top crown area leads to more baldness in the following years.

The reason for hair loss on the top crown area is that the area has a hard skin condition, and the blood circulation is less as a result of the fewer veins, as a result of which the hair follicles cannot be fed adequately.

Solving The Hair Loss Problem on The Top Crown Area

Nowadays, although hair transplantation is the definitive solution for hair loss or hair thinning, it is recommended to try an alternative hair treatment before hair transplantation. In people who have hair thinning problems on the top crown area, first, it is necessary to prevent hair loss with treatment and strengthen the existing hair on the top crown area.

The treatments we recommend to our patients with hair thinning problems in the crown area are It can be mesotherapy, PRP treatment, and medication therapy. The most effective pills in medication therapy; Finasteride Gel, Minoxidil, Propecia.

What is the Best Time for Top Crown Hair Transplant?

It is important at the time of hair transplant on the top crown area and the time of hair transplantation on the frontal area. If hair transplantation is not done at the right time, negative results may occur. An appropriate time for the top crown area hair transplantation is when hair loss has completely stopped or baldness is now evident, it would be more appropriate to have hair transplantation. Otherwise, existing hair may be damaged. In addition, if the hair is transplanted to a small, spilled area on the top crown area, the risk of significant gaps and baldness will continue when the existing hair loss continues.

Which Technique Should be Done for the Top Crown Area Hair Transplant?

The top crown area hair transplant technique can be either of two techniques. Your doctor will decide which of these techniques is correct. However, we would like to indicate which technique will be used in which situations. The DHI technique is mostly used for thinning hairs on the top crown area. The reason for this is that the existing hair is planted in the gaps while preserving it. FUE (Sapphire) technique is applied for the completely bald top crown area.

The most important criterion in hair transplantation on the top crown area is the application of the FUE (Sapphire) technique. This process is an important step for a delicate and natural look. But, in the DHI technique, it is easier. Because, according to the direction of the existing hair, hair follicles are placed between the hair.

When is Hair Growth After the Hair Transplantation on the Top Crown Area?

It is not possible to observe rapid hair growth on the top crown area, as on the frontal area after hair transplantation on the top crown area. While the hair planted on the frontal area starts to grow after 3 or 4 months, the hair transplanted on the top crown area starts to grow between 4 and 6 months. Full hair growth is completed after 12 to 18 months.

Result After Hair Transplantation on The Top Crown Area

The result of hair transplantation on the top crown area is not like the result of hair transplantation on the frontal area. The reason for this is the low blood circulation around the top crown area and the structure of the skin. Because the hair planted on the frontal area is well nourished and thicker due to the intense blood circulation. However, the same is not the case for the top crown area. For this reason, the expected yield from the hair planted on the top crown area after hair transplantation is between 70% or 80%.

At Exxe Hair, we tried to give our patients detailed information about hair transplantation on the top crown area. You can contact us for more detailed information about hair transplantation. If you want to have a hair transplant. It will be sufficient to contact the doctor for a free doctor examination.

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