dermatitis and hair trans

Hair Transplantation in Seborrheic Dermatitis Patients?

Seborrheic dermatitis is not a disease that prevents hair transplantation. However, treatment or control periods should be preferred for good hair growth and healthy hair growth.

“Seborrheic dermatitis should not be treated and hair transplantation should not be controlled.”

The reasons for this can be listed as follows;

In addition to seborrheic dermatitis; Skin diseases such as eczema can adversely affect hair follicles in some cases. Considering that hair transplantation is the simplest process of transplanting hair follicles to bald areas, transplanting unhealthy hair follicles directly affects the success of hair transplantation.

Cortisone drugs used in the treatment of the disease, cause a side effect that prevents the healing of wounds, hair transplantation operation is not appropriate to do during the treatment process.

If the main cause of hair loss is seborrheic dermatitis and similar skin diseases, hair follicles transplanted into unhealthy skin cannot grow and hair transplantation process may fail even if hair transplantation is performed.

After treatment, hair transplanters should remember that this disease may recur. In such cases, washing after sowing can be done with shampoos that prevent seborrheic dermatitis. In this way, it is prevented to repeat the disease in the transplanted area after hair transplantation and the healthy attachment of the newly transplanted hair follicles to the region is ensured.


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