Does hair transplantation damage nerve cells?

Hair transplantation does not harm nerve cells if it is performed by a specialist team or individuals. This is because the opened channels will be adjusted to the required depth, and the root collection process from the donor area will be performed without damaging the roots and their surroundings. Depth of the channels opened in hair transplantation is extremely important in terms of naturalness, preventing possible complications, and performing a waste-free and successful operation.

Can transplantation be done on weakened (thinning) hair?

It is necessary that the hair loss has almost stopped in order for hair transplantation to be performed. The reason of this is the possibility that the patient may experience new hair loss around the operated area in the future. When hair loss has almost stopped in some people, it can be observed that thinning and weakened hair remains instead of complete hair loss in a certain area. In such a situation, the remaining weak hair can be thickened with a hair transplant operation, and it can be made to look fuller.