Contraindications of Hair Graft: Incompatible Diseases

Is There Any Illness Incompatible With Hair Transplantation?

Contraindications of Hair Graft. Is There Any Illness Incompatible With Hair Transplantation?. Well, in this article we will help you to know more about this.

Video: Is There Any Disease Incompatible With Hair Transplantation?

We leave you the video in case you want a quick summary to know about diseases that make Hair Grafting impossible.

There are very few conditions that are considered contraindications to hair restoration. The most common are the unrealistic expectations of patients, when the patient wants their line of hair it is too low or any other aspect that does not go with your face, when the donor area is too small that it cannot provide enough hair.

La hair loss in women it cannot always be treated with hair restoration, so good patient selection is critical.

Can you always do a hair implant?

Being a minimally invasive procedure, the transplant surgery can be done safely in most patients.

Contraindications of hair transplant

Are there diseases that make it impossible to perform a Hair Transplant?

Some skin diseases are also contraindications such as discoid lupus, lichen, planopilaris, psoriasis, alopecia areata (active phase).

As well as any probably scarring alopecia; which must go through an exhaustive study until its diagnosis, with this it may or may not proceed to the transplant.

Certain systemic conditions are relative contraindications to hair restoration, such as: diabetes, coagulation disorders, poor wound healing, or a tendency to keloid scars.

There are some conditions that do not allow the hair implant.

Among the most important are:

  • Active uncontrolled diseases of the scalp (Alopecia Areata)
  • Tendency to keloid scars (medical evaluation is required to make the best decision)
  • Active infections on the scalp
  • Uncontrolled systemic diseases; like hypertension or diabetes.


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