Before and after image of a person, showcasing the results of hair transplant. The left image shows thinning hair, while the right image displays fuller hair growth post-treatment.


Your hair is directly proportional to your self-confidence. Believe it or not, this underlying equation has been the same for each one of us. Even, recent researches and papers have published that balding can lead to the emotional and psychological impact. We understand how one can feel when he or she goes through the ‘gradual thinning of hair’,  ‘abrupt hair loss’, and ‘balding.’ There are many solutions to such problems, but not many people are aware of the non-surgical hair restoration treatments.

To help you understand the non-surgical procedure, we have curated a list that describes in detail what is a non-surgical hair replacement and the scope of it.

1. How is the non-surgical hair treatment performed?

The primary and crucial step is the examination of the scalp. It determines if this hair treatment is favorable for you or not. If it is, then the section of the head where the hair density is less is identified.

Due to the variation in male & female pattern baldness, this section is usually different for men and women. After the identification of the balding area, a custom base called the ‘hair system’ that consists of natural strands of hair are fixed on the bald system. This hair base consists of pores which enable the skin to breathe. This base has the hair consistency, texture, and color matching harmoniously to the original hair so that there are not visible inconsistencies. The adhesives used to fix this base are safe and resistant to water, sweating, and other factors.

2. How is the hair system attached to the scalp?

There are a variety of attachment options available like tape & glue, which is also known as bonding adhesive & clips. But, the most commonly preferred attachment agent is glue.

3. How much does non-surgical hair replacement cost

The cost of non-surgical hair replacement is less in comparison to the surgical hair transplant. Although the price may vary depending on the extent of hair loss. The average cost ranges from RS. 40,000 to Rs. 70,000.

4. Are there any risks involved in his treatment?

There are fewer risks/complications involved with the non-surgical hair replacement treatment. This process is entirely external; so, the side-effects are also less.

5. How long does it take to witness the results?

Normally, the newly transplanted hair will start growing in 3 to 4 months and it takes 12 months to grow fully.

6.Are medications prescribed for this treatment?

No medications or ointments are prescribed after this treatment, unlike surgical hair treatments.

7. For how long does the hair system attachment last?

One should note that a non-surgical hair replacement is not a one-time investment. The hair system can last to a maximum of 3-5 months depending on the tapes and adhesives used. It lasts long if you properly care for it.

8. How to maintain the hair attachment?

Non-surgical hair attachment needs careful and persistent maintenance. If done with caution, the natural look can be stretched for a longer period. It must be remembered that post the treatment, it is advised to visit the clinic instead of the barber to trim the grown-out locks post the treatment.

9. Is the fixed hair system noticeable, and does it stay put during winds, rain, or while performing other activities?

Your hair can be resistant to these factors. But for that, the treatment must be performed by an experienced practitioner in a skin clinic. Doing this will also ensure the usage of top-quality bonding adhesives, and will allow unrestricted indulgence in outdoor activities like swimming etc.

In conclusion, we would like to say that the hair transplant industry is making developments rapidly. And there are a plethora of options to mitigate problems like balding. You need to perform some research or even seek professional advice to figure out the treatment suitable for you.

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