Wow! Expert uses transplant to tackle hair loss,Its not the first time but its amazing

For many women, unexplained hair loss
can take a significant psychological toll on their overall quality of
life. From altering their hairstyle to hide a thinning part to scaling
back their hair care regimen in an effort to halt further hair loss,
women try countless ways to cover up this problem — and the results are
often lukewarm at best.
Hair care specialist, Ayo Otubanjo, says
that hair transplant in addition to other surgical and non-surgical
procedures can successfully be used to treat hair loss in men and women.

According to him, dermatologists use
procedures Micro Scalp Pigmentation, drugs , nutritional supplements as
well as other laser surgeries to rejuvenate the scalp and boost hair
growth

Hair transplant
A surgical procedure that moves
permanent hair from the back of the scalp to balding or thinning area
where it will grow permanently. There are two types—Follicular Unit
Transplantation, FUT, is carried out under local anaesthetics. Hair is
removed from the back of the head and dissected into grafts and inserted
into the recipient site. It is great for covering large bald areas in a
fast and effective way.
Micro Scalp Pigmentation

This innovative procedure, also known as MSP or Scalp Tattoo, is a non-invasive, non-medicated and
 non-surgical way of creating the look of
a shaved head of hair. This ground- breaking treatment can also be used
to add visual density to thinning hair for men and women, as well as
alopecia (hair loss) sufferers.

MSP gives the appearance of some hair
and approximation of a hairline, without actually having real hair
present. It can also be used to camouflage transplant scars or to shade
small areas where hair is thinning to make hair appear denser.
Follicular Unit Extraction
Uses the latest technology to extract
individual hairs from the donor area to be carefully placed and planted
into the recipient area.
The relocated follicles keep growing
naturally. It leaves almost no scarring, giving clients the confidence
to wear hair in a short style.
Otubanjo, who is the Chief Executive
Officer, Vinci Hair Clinic Nigeria says the clinic was established to
not just provide solutions to traction alopecia and also reduce the
number of Nigerians travelling abroad for such treatments.
He says, “In the past, Nigerians had to
travel abroad to Western Europe, USA or Dubai for these treatments which
resulted in them spending up to three times the amount it costs to have
it done here. This is why we are providing these services locally.
“We fill thinning areas to cover up
receding hairlines and balding crowns. Women need to know that the Mama
Eko Syndrome can be addressed through innovative procedures.”
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