Do the Tissues Under the Skin Get Damaged During Hair Transplant?


Hair transplant is performed on the hair bearing parts of the scalp.

The thickness of the hair bearing parts of scalp is around 5 – 6 mm. Under the skin of the scalp there are periosteum and bones.

In order for the bones not to be damaged and to perform the surgery under better conditions, we inject some medications under the skin.

This helps protect the tissues and bones from any damage.


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