Hair loss can be a painful blow to your self-confidence. You’ve tried every non-surgical option out there. Getting a hair transplant in Manila is a great option to get highly trained and professional care, in world class facilities, for affordable costs. Hair transplant surgery (hair restoration surgery) transplants hair from the back of your head, where your hair is thicker and more plentiful, to areas that are bare or sparse.
You may be if your permanent hair loss is:Thinning hair as a result of male or female pattern baldnessNot the result of stress, medication or treatmentYou have enough hair to allow transplantation
Manila is an impressive resource of skilled, qualified medical professionals who provide services in top JCI accredited hospitals. Many surgeons have studied abroad, and English is spoken widely, as well. Manila is focused on health, and providing world class quality, and affordable care.
You’ll pay approximately 50%-90% less, including airfare and accommodations, than what you would normally pay at home. With that kind of savings, you can turn your quest for a fuller head of hair into a mini-vacation too!
The average cost of Hair Transplant in Manila is around AUD $12,000 (NZ $12,454, UK £5,809, EUR €7,441, CAN $11,028, USD $8,300). You can find an incredible savings of about 70% compared to the cost of having the treatment at home - $3,271 in Australia. (NZ $3,659, UK £1,707, EUR €2,190, CAN $3,240, USD $2,440).
Research Manila Hair Transplant providers the same way you would at home. Check provider’s education, certifications, qualifications, professional memberships and portfolios. You’ll want to check as many before and after photos as you can find, as well as reading every single review. Also learn as much as you can about the medical facilities where your services will be performed.
We at Medical Departures know how important research is. We do our own research and quality checks to ensure that only providers who are qualified, educated at top schools, have professional association memberships, positive reviews and a portfolio of before and after photos. We even do criminal and legal checks – an extra step to provide peace of mind. We invite you to take advantage of our research.
Hair Transplant surgery is done with local anesthesia injections. In general, hair is harvested from one part of your head, and grafted to the thinning area.
You can read more about Hair Transplant at the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Talk with your surgeon to choose the best technique for you. Each technique has its own pros and cons. A few of the techniques are:Strip Harvesting is sometimes called follicular unit transplantation (FUT). FUT removes a strip of hair, usually from the back of the head, and transplanted in the front of the head.Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) extracts clusters of a few hair follicles from all over the scalp, and transplants them in the thinning areas. FUE takes longer to do and more hair needs to be cut short to access the follicles, but you’ll have no stiches, less obvious scars, and a quicker recovery.Scalp Flap Surgery transplants a larger flap of scalp with growing hair into the bald area. Because skin is intact with growing follicles, hair starts growing immediately.
Hair Transplant surgery duration depends on the amount of hair that needs to be transplanted. The transplants are done in a series of appointments.
You can return to work within a week or so, but take it easy for the first couple of weeks. Strenuous activity may affect your blood pressure and thus affect the healing of your hair grafts. Small scabs will appear during the first week and fall off on their own.
The grafted hair will shed during the first month, and then slowly regrow over the next three months. You can expect final results in about 8 – 10 months.
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