Hair Transplantation for Burn, Wound and Surgery Scar

It is possible to camouflage these scars by performing hair transplantation on burns, wounds and surgical scars. It can be ensured that these scars can be camouflaged by having a hair transplant operation on the scar, stitches, surgery, but the degree of damage to that area is very important.

Although hair transplantation for burns, wounds and surgical scars is difficult for both the patient and the specialist performing the operation, many successful results are achieved with the FUE method. First of all, it should be checked whether that area is still suitable for planting.

What to look for here

  • Permission status of the region
  • Viability of cells in the area (circulation)
  • Depth of scar tissue scar
  • The success rate of the hair transplantation operation is determined by taking into account the degree of damage.

 Which Traces Are Closed?

Hair transplantation is an operation that can be used to cover the scars on the head, wounds, burns and surgery scars, but as you know, each scar has its own story of formation. The depth and width of the scar or the damage it leaves in that area affects the success of the hair transplant operation.

In addition, the adequacy of the donor area is also valid in scar closure transplantation as in every hair transplant.

A specialist examination is a must in order to understand exactly whether hair transplantation can cover the scars or not.

Problems that may be camouflaged with hair transplantation can be listed as follows;

  • Scars on the head
  • Stitch marks
  • Surgery scars
  • Burns
  • Cut Scars
  • Traumas

In hair transplantation performed on wounds, burns and surgical scars, it may be recommended to benefit from medical applications that nourish hair follicles such as PRP, since there is a much more sensitive situation. Apart from this, the general operation process proceeds in its normal course.