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Implants capillaire ou complément capillaire ?

Hair implants or hair supplement?


Hair implants and hair supplements are two popular options for people looking to restore their hair. However, it is important to understand the differences between the two to make the best decision.

Hair implants are a surgical procedure that involves taking hair from a donor area of ​​the scalp, usually the back of the head, and transplanting it to the recipient area, i.e. the balding area. . This can be an effective solution for some people, but there are several downsides to consider.

First of all, we must realize that the implants do not correspond to all profiles. Indeed, when the donor area is too poor in quantity and density, it will be impossible to have a sufficient reserve of grafts to dress the top of the head. In addition, there are operational risks and pain associated with the intervention, which are not insignificant.

It is therefore important to find a partner who will be transparent about the evolution of the results, as implants are not a miracle solution and may require several procedures to obtain a satisfactory result.

Also, for people who start losing their hair before the age of 25, implants may not be a lasting solution. Indeed, the hair loss often continues despite the intervention, which means that a person who begins to lose their hair at a young age will inevitably suffer from a great baldness between 30 and 40 years at the latest. This means that surgery cannot guarantee satisfactory long-term results. Finally, in the case of female androgenic alopecia, the implant process does not work. Indeed, the alopecia being in this case diffuse, the hair taken from the back (donor area) will only have a very short lifespan, which will lead to an even more traumatic situation in the medium term.

In contrast, hair supplements offer a non-invasive solution to restoring lost hair. Hair supplements are hair prostheses that can be attached to the scalp temporarily or permanently. They come in a variety of styles, colors, and textures, making them suitable for all hair types and styles.

Unlike hair implants, hair extensions do not require surgery and do not carry any risk. They can be easily removed and replaced if needed, and they are also less expensive than hair implants.

In conclusion, the decision to choose between implants and hair supplements depends on the individual needs of each. It's important to consider the pros and cons of each option and work with a professional to find the best solution. If you are looking for a non-invasive and flexible option to restore your hair, hair supplements can be a great option to consider.

Author: Rodolphe Le Provost

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