Hair transplants depend largely on the capacity of the donor area, which is where viable hair grafts are taken from. Regardless of the procedure or technique used for the hair transplant—whether it is FUT, FUE, or robot technology—it will always be limited by the donor area.

Hair transplants are also limited by the amount of transplanted hair the scalp can support. Only about 20 hairs can be transplanted by per square centimeter for the scalp to be able to nourish and support these grafted hairs so they can grown. Any more than 20 hairs per square centimeter can compromise the survival of the grafts, so potential patients must be wary of promises of practices that promote number grafts transplanted rather than the amount of grafts that survive.

In Dr. Amiya Prasad’s practice, they’ve developed a non-surgical solution for hair loss called Hair Regeneration, which he routinely uses on his patients. The treatment consists of a wound-healing technology designed to reverse hair thinning and stimulate growth and thickening of existing hairs. Dr. Prasad has observed impressive results in more than 99% of his patients with male pattern hair loss, and with about 3-5 years of clinical data to back it up, Hair Regeneration has proven to yield sustainable results.

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