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Modern hair transplantation method - blog

Vladimir Mandic get hair transplant!

06/05/19

 

Famous athlete, handball player Vladimir Mandic, honored himself before New Year’s holidays with aesthetic surgery. “Dr Tanja Radenkov was doing hair transplantation with AHT method. The procedure is painless and the doctor and AHT team have made me feel comfortable during the stay in the clinic.

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Donor part - region

30/04/19

 

The donor region heals for 7 days, and before it heals there is only a slight redness. The gauze is removed immediately, the next day, and patient can start washing this region, but not the region where the hair is implanted. The donor region can be from the chest, chin and other parts of the body and can also be transferred to those parts, at the request of patients.

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Turkey as a bad example in hair transplantation

30/04/19

 

Traveling abroad for the purpose of obtaining medical assistance is defined as medical tourism. This may refer to the travel of patients from less developed countries into developed to receive medical assistance that is not available in their country. It can also refer to patients traveling from developed countries to underdeveloped where the cost of medical services is incomparably lower.

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Is it cheaper and of better quality?

13/02/20
A hair transplant that nearly cost him his life


Is it possible to trust Turkish medicine, more precisely numerous hair transplant clinics?


In answer to this question, we can take the case of a thirty-five-year-old who went for a hair transplant in Turkey in Istanbul, to the Arenamed clinic, in February 2018.

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Tinea Capitis - scalp infection

25/01/20
Tinea capitis


Tinea Capitis (Tinea-Moth, Capillitium-Scalp) is a dermatophyte infection of the scalp, caused by T. tonsurans. This infection can cause an epidemic, and the most common patients are children. Tinea Capitis mainly causes the appearance of dry round areas that are covered with scales and can cause alopecia.

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Seborrheic dermatitis, what is it?

30/12/19

Seborrheic dermatitis disease


Seborrheic dermatitis or seborrhea is a disease that appears on the skin of the face and head and causes dandruff. You will best recognize seborrheic dermatitis by being accompanied by redness and itching. Seborrhea can be of varying intensity.

 

Seborrheic dermatitis is not the same as common dandruff.

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Trichology is a branch of dermatology

17/12/19

Trichology


Trichology is a branch of dermatology that deals with the examination of hair health on a scientific basis. So, when we consider that one of the skin derivatives is the hair follicle, the living part of the hair is located deep in the middle layer of the skin called the dermis.

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PCOS as a cause of hair loss

10/12/19
What is hereditary baldness?

 

If you have been wondering what is one of the main and most common patterns of hair loss in women, the answer is PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome). In addition to many factors, the cause of hair loss is hidden in the male hormone, and it is the hormone "Testosterone".

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What is the structure of hair and what does hair consist of?

04/10/19

What does hair consist of?


The dream of every woman (even a man) is beautiful and healthy hair, and when it falls out, people often despair. Cracked ends and dull hair are a mirror of your health. Frequent hair washing and the use of expensive detergents will not recover your hair. You have to look at the problem from the very beginning, and the beginning of the problem is in the hair.

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What is androgenic alopecia?

03/09/19

Alopecia is present in every other man up to the age of 50!

 

The first signs of androgenic alopecia usually appear earlier. In every other man up to the age of 50, and in women up to the age of 60. Androgenic alopecia is thinning hair, gradual, declining until complete baldness. Male sex hormone is the most common cause of alopecia in men.

 

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