Hair Transplant for Crown Area

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Hair Transplant for Crown Area

Understanding Crown Area Hair Loss:

The crown area, located at the top back portion of the scalp, is a common area where hair thinning and balding can occur. Factors such as genetics, hormonal imbalances, and aging can contribute to hair loss in this region, leading to a noticeable decrease in hair density and coverage.


Benefits of Crown Area Hair Transplant:

  • Restores hair density and coverage in the crown region
  • Improves overall hair aesthetics and symmetry
  • Enhances self-confidence and self-image
  • Provides long-lasting, natural-looking results
  • Minimal downtime and relatively quick recovery period

Hair Transplant for Crown Area

Procedure Overview

During a hair transplant procedure targeting the crown area, healthy hair follicles are harvested from donor areas, typically located at the back or sides of the scalp. These follicles are then meticulously transplanted into the affected crown area, following the natural hair growth pattern to achieve seamless integration and optimal aesthetic results. Transplant in to crown area is more tricky as hair remain in whorl pattern with constant change of angle and direction which needs more expertise and its a challenging art to master. “Crown is considered as ‘black hole’, as this area demands a substantial number of grafts to achieve satisfactory density and coverage. This unique characteristic underscores the importance of ample donor hair availability for successful transplantation, ensuring a natural and aesthetically pleasing result.”

Why Choose Us?

Experienced AIIMS-trained dermatologist

10+ years, 2000+ successful cases

No root-touch technique for better changes of graft survival

Advanced instrumentation, state-of-the-art facility

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