Surgical Hair Loss Treatment – FUE
Hair Transplant is the last and trusted treatment procedure to cure hair loss, thin hair problems, and baldness. FUE is the most preferred technique that is used to provide the best results in short recovery time. This is a common technique that is followed by almost all hair transplant surgeons today because of its best results and safe treatment procedures. The important part of this technique is that hair follicular are extracted in the units that are different from other techniques.
Non-surgical Hair Loss Treatment Therapy – PRP
PRP is another technique that is also known as the non-surgical hair treatment technique. Through his technique, you can regrow natural hair with the help of your own red blood cells. Surgeon fetches platelet cells from your blog and directly inject them into bald area skin. This treatment is safe as compare tooter surgical techniques but it consumes a little more time as compared to surgical techniques
To get the best quality hair transplant you just need to consult with highly experienced and reputed surgeon. Only a well-experienced and the dedicated surgeon is able to provide the best results without any hassle or pain.
Hair Transplant In Punjab To Get the best treatment for hair loss, hair transplant is a better solution and if you don’t know which doctor to visit to get your hair treatment done We have the best suggestion for you. ASG hair Transplant Centre in Punjab is the best in India. People from different part of India comes to ASG hair transplant centre to get treated.
Hair Loss is a common problem in all age groups. There are so many reasons for hair fall like dandruff, heredity, no proper diet, medical condition and so on. Hair transplant is a surgical procedure in which the surgeon moves hair to a bald area of the head. The surgeon mostly moves hair from the back or side of the head to the top or front of the head. Types of hair transplant Bio fue Hair Transplant, Direct Hair Transplant, Pre Therpy and so on.
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