How do hair transplants work?
It's a pretty basic but important question: "how does a hair transplant work?"
Picture a man's head. Throughout their lives, even bald men can continuously grow hair within the “horseshoe” pattern around the back and sides of their head. Many men nowadays choose to shave this area for cosmetic reasons to achieve the completely bald "chrome dome" look, but the hair in that horeshoe is still capable of growing.
Those hair follicles from within that “horseshoe” pattern are stronger and more resilient than your hair elsewhere on the head, and it will grow throughout your life. Thus, a hair transplant is quite simple - we harvest some of the strong follicles from the back of the head, and from the sides, from within that horseshoe, and we simply relocate them to a more desirable area on the top of your head and along your hairline.
That's how a hair transplant works!