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Hair Transplant Surgery

A hair transplant is the procedure of moving body hair from one area to another. The hair is moved from a particular part of the body that is not affected by hair loss, to one that is thinning or balding, such as the head.
People who experience hair loss on their head often undertake hair loss surgery procedures to restore lost hair, often through male and female pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia.
We are Salford, Manchester, United Kingdom based state of the art CQC registered surgery provider offering Hair Transplant, Blepharoplasty, Face lift, Brow lift & Rhinopalsty surgery at affordable prices provider not normally available on the NHS.
Consultations for Hair Transplant surgery are available at Manchester Private Hospital, New Court, Regents Place, Windsor Street, Salford, Manchester, M5 4HB and you can book a consultation by calling on 0161 507 8822.
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Hair Transplant Surgery

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  5. 5. What is a Hair Transplant? A hairtransplant is the procedure of moving body hair from one area to another. The main reason for this is hair loss. The hair is moved from a particular part of the body that is not affected by hair loss, to one that is thinning or balding, such as the head. People who experience hairloss on their head often undertake hair loss surgery procedures to restore lost hair, often through maleand femalepattern baldness, also known as and rogenetic alopecia. Androgenetic alopecia is the loss of hair over time aspeople age. The most common form of this is hair that recedes at the front of the head above the temples. This is known as an M shape MPB.
  6. 6. What is a Hair Transplant? Hairloss is considered as cosmetic surgery because usually it does not cause any harm or mean anything serious. It is purely for cosmetic reasons that people choose to 'correct' bald patches. At Manchester Private Hospital, wehave been performing hair transplant procedures for many years. Our qualified and experienced consultants areableto advise the best course of action to parts of your body that arethinning or bald. Our surgeons areregistered with the General Medical Council, which ensures trust and peace of mind for people in Manchester and surrounding areas who areconsidering hair loss treatments. Book a no obligation consultation to discuss your ideas for hair loss treatments and find out everything youneed to do before making a decision.
  7. 7. Why Have A Hair Transplant? People opt for hair transplant procedures for a number of reasons. One being to restore their looks and hair from younger years. However, whatever their personal reasons are, the results arethe same - feel youthful, build or regain confidence and / or get the look you've alwaysdreamed of. Losing hair can be one of the most stressful situations in life. Men can feel powerless, self-conscious and vulnerable as hairrecedes. Often younger men struggle to adapt to the change of losing their hair and become anxious, as they areunable to style their hair as they once could. Although hair-loss on the head, also known as MPB and 'egg in the nest', is the most common reason and areas for transplants, it is not the only body part whereby people undergo treatment. Eyebrow transplants are very common and hair-line reconstruction too. Reconstruction of hair-lines are for people without an existing condition, but naturally have a high front hair-line that they areunhappy with.
  8. 8. About Hair Transplant Procedures Hairtransplants usually do not require general anaesthetic and can be performed under local anaesthetic only. There are 2 main types of hair losscorrective surgery: 1. FUT - follicular unit transplantation, also known as strip method 2. FUE - follicular unit extraction. FUT does not require the head to be shaved, whereas FUE procedures usually involve shaving the head completely. In FUT, a strip of hair is removed from the sides of the head and back, then divided in to individual grafts. Each hair graft contains 1 to 2 hairs and areplaced in to very small incisions madein the scalp. Stitches areused to close the wound at the back of the head. In FUE, once the entire head is shaved, a special device is used to remove, or punch, individual hairs one at a time. Each hair is carefully placed in to very smallincisions in the scalp.
  9. 9. About Hair Transplant Procedures There areseveral comparisons between the two methods and there is no right or wrong answer. Whilst certain people prefer one method, other people prefer the other. Eachtransplant method usually takes one full day to complete, however, this is a day procedure and patients areusually sent home the same day. Walk in, receive treatment, walkout. If large or multiple areas areundergoing procedure, you may be advised to have a couple of sessions. In these circumstances, consultants will advise accordingly and usually recommend leaving 1-2 months between sessions. To know more about hair transplant, please visit:
  10. 10. Recovery As with allcosmetic procedures, there arerecovery and aftercare plans that willbe recommended to youby our surgeons. It is important that you follow any instructions given, as each individual varies from case to case. Whilst pain should not be felt during your hair transplant, you mayexperience pain or discomfort afterwards once the local anaesthetic wears off. This is entirely normal. Often, special lotion or spray is provided to patients to use regularly at home. Some local anaesthetics or sedatives can take up to 1 full day to wear off, so it is important to be accompanied by a companion who can transport youhome following your treatment. The average time that patients return to work following hair transplants is 3-5 days. FUT procedures areknown for being less noticeable and require less recovery time than FUE.
  11. 11. Post Surgery Care 1. Following a hair transplant, bandages will be applied to the affected area. These can be removed after a couple of days and haircan be washed very gently if necessary. 2. If surgery requires non-dissolvable stitches, these willbe removed after 7 days. 3. In the first 2-4 weeks after your procedure, it is common for the transplanted hair to fall out. This is nothing to worry about and it willlater start to grow back. However, if youareconcerned about this you can speak to your aftercare professional for advice. 4. Any hair that falls out in the early weeks post surgery willstart to appear in around 6 to 8 weeks. 5. Patients can expect to see the full results and effect of their surgery after one to one and a half years.
  12. 12. Complications With cosmetic surgery, there areoften side effects and in some cases complications depending on your treatment and circumstances. Your surgeon willdiscuss in detail what to expect during and after your transplant. Hairtransplantation is considered a safe procedure in most cases. It is common to feel as if the scalp is swollen following your surgery, along with a tightness and aching feeling. Any scabbing that you experience where a hair transplant has taken place willbe temporary and nothing alarming. Patients should expect to see some scarring on the head, which will fadeand be less noticeable the longer your hair is. Other complications can include; infections, bleeding excessively and allergicreactions to anaesthetics. If you experience any of these it is important to speak to one of our professionals for treatment. During your consultation pre-surgery, you will also be madeawareof any bigger complications that can occur. One of these is that the transplant won't take and the hairs fall out. Another issue that is considered a complication is that if the reason for hair transplant is malepattern baldness, hair may continue to thin or bald in the region around the transplant.
  13. 13. Our Surgeon Dr Kishawi studied medicine at the College of Medicine, Damascus University, Syriaand gained his Master of Medicine in 1998.In 2002 he managed to achieve CCST in Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery (Unrestricted License). After qualifying he worked in a number of hospital posts in NHS. Hewas drawn towards cosmetic surgery in particular the artistic element of this specialty that developed his interest in aesthetics and hairtransplant. DR ADEL KISHAWI Aesthetic,HairTransplant& VaserLipo Specialist (GMC Number 6053157) Specializedin:  Hairtransplant: FUT, FUE, BHT (Body HairTransplant), Eye brow transplant  PRP for skin rejuvenation and hair loss  Minor surgery: Vasectomy under LA  Vaser Liposuction
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  17. 17. Contact us Address: Manchester Private Hospital New Court, Regents Place, Windsor Street Salford, Greater Manchester, M5 4HB Location : Manchester Private Hospital PHONE: 0161 507 8822 FAX: 0161 507 8828