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  05 Oct 2021  Dr. Adarsh Tripathi Is Your Best Hope Against Hair Loss!

Dr. Adarsh Tripathi Is Your Best Hope Against Hair Loss!

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Published : Oct 5, 2021, 9:24 pm IST
Updated : Oct 5, 2021, 9:24 pm IST

If you face hair loss at 25, get a hair transplant then; if you face it when you’re 60, get it then

 The results are obviously top-tier, making it impossible for any layman to predict a transplantation.  — By arrangement
  The results are obviously top-tier, making it impossible for any layman to predict a transplantation. — By arrangement

Hair loss is part and parcel of life. It affects people from all walks of life but yet, some people are more susceptible to it than others. According to the Indian Medical Association, two-thirds of the current men population starts facing hair loss problems by the age of 32. Some fall victim to this phenomenon even in their 20’s, which is understandably alarming.

Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors, including lifestyle choices, diet, medical conditions, medications, stress, trauma, and so on. Mostly, it is genetic. Under the weight of innumerable causes, hair transplant is one of the most developed and reliable procedures to solve the problem of hair loss.

 

So, the question that is asked regarding every medical procedure ever is that of the suitable age for it,  “WHAT IS THE BEST AGE TO GET A HAIR TRANSPLANT?”

Contrary to popular belief, there is no ‘correct’ age for a hair transplant rather any and every age is suitable with a few kinks here and there. It doesn’t matter if you have noticed the first signs of hair loss at 23 or you are completely bald at 70. You can opt for a hair transplant as you see fit. Obviously, this lack of restrictions is also true for the gender and social domains.

Despite the myths surrounding it, women can also opt for hair transplants to enhance the volume and look of their hair, while also being able to treat bald patches that may come with ageing. Burn victims can also revitalise their transition towards normalisation through hair transplants, boosting their confidence, and giving them a chance to both emotionally and physically heal.

 

It’s important to understand that this is just a generalisation and regardless of one’s age, a specialist like Dr. Adarsh, the founder of Sarayu Clinics should be referred to so as to consider a variety of factors, including hair loss pattern, balding area size, donor hair quality, and so on.

Dr. Adarsh Tripathi, the young and ambitious founder of Sarayu Clinics is one of the best hair restoration surgeons in India. Being the only Indian to ever perform a 4k UHD transplant, it’s not surprising that his expertise lies in treating Grade 4 to Grade 7 baldness with the 4th generation Scarless FUT technique. The trust and belief in his work goes beyond the national scale, as is evident from the plethora of clients of numerous countries, wanting to book an appointment with him. He is truly a master of his trade and Sarayu Clinics is the perfect brainchild of his imagination.

 

As to his view on the aforementioned question he says, “I want all youngsters to ask themselves, ‘Do I want to look 40 when I am just 25?’. Youth is perhaps the most fun, carefree and living part of someone’s life. So, what’s the point of waiting till you are 40 and spend your entire youth bald. There’s no reason to ‘wait’ to get a hair transplant. If you face hair loss at 25, get a hair transplant then; if you face it when you’re 60, get it then. Obviously, besides these partially sentimental reasons, there are also logical reasons that make me come to this conclusion. Getting a hair transplant at the first signs of rapid hair loss allows for there to be more donor area and less transplant area, creating a more natural result.”

 

The results are obviously top-tier, making it impossible for any layman to predict a transplantation.You can have a look at these results, along with Dr. Adarsh’s expertise and spirit on his instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dradarshtripathi/

Being experts in the Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) technique, Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique, and Microscopic Hair Transplant, Sarayu Clinics ensure that it will provide a permanent and natural looking result because the “donor” hair targeted is not affected by the DHT hormone. Grafts of two or three hair strands are produced that are then transplanted onto the balding area. Each hair is implanted individually and at the correct angle to ensure smooth and natural looking hair. Through this procedure, the highly skilled and experienced surgical team of Dr. Adarsh  treats Frontal hairline reconstruction, crown area restoration, inherited high hairline, scalp or facial scarring camouflage, beard / moustache restoration, and eyebrow transplantation.

 

Analysing the myth that hair quality is all about the length or amount of hair on your scalp, Dr. Adarsh says, “It’s not always about how much hair you have after a transplant. A successful transplant is one that takes into account various other factors like hairline and density. A perfect hairline and a good density often surpasses the importance of the sheer amount of hair on your scalp”.

Obviously, this is something to keep in mind when thinking about having a nice hair profile, something that a lot of us look for these days, but don’t be discouraged if you need a hair transplant and are not eligible for it. Focus on yourself; your patience; your perseverance and you can get rid of your hair problems easily. It’s not the end of the line as is owed to the wide range of non-surgical options available these days. Products that promote hair growth and volume in short amounts of time can be a real lifesaver if you give them a chance.

 

Contact Sarayu Clinics right now to talk to a hair restoration specialist and find out the best path for yourself. You can have a look at our expertise on www.sarayuclinics.com or you can contact us on +91 9990333300 to book your consultation today.

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