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Frequently Asked Questions about Male Pattern Baldness

Published on March 20, 2021
Male Pattern Baldness FAQ's

Hair loss is known to be an extremely common issue that both men and women face, over the years, due to several reasons. The condition is also most prominently seen in men than women and can affect them at a

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How does the Choi Implanter Pen help with Hair Transplant Surgery in India?

Published on March 18, 2021
Choi Implanter Pen help with Hair Transplant Surgery in India

Hair transplant surgery in India is the ideal solution for those suffering from hair loss in the form of Androgenetic Alopecia (in simple terms, genetic hair loss). While there are several techniques that work towards providing the most natural-looking results

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What is the Correct Way to Sleep after Hair Transplant Surgery?

Published on February 23, 2021
Correct Way to Sleep after Hair Transplant Surgery

Modern-day hair transplant surgeries are minimally invasive and an outpatient procedure where the patient is free to go home after the operation. If you choose the no. 1 hair transplant clinic in India, you get a safe, more effective surgery that

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What is the Ideal Age for Hair Transplant Surgery in India?

Published on February 20, 2021
Ideal Age for Hair Transplant Surgery in India

Hair loss can be considered to be one of the most common problems faced by men and women across age-groups, all over the world. The cause of the same is typically genetics leading to Androgenetic Alopecia, and external conditions such

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How to be prepared for a Hair Transplant Surgery in India during COVID?

Published on January 23, 2021
Hair Transplant Surgery in India during COVID

The Novel Coronavirus or the COVID-19 pandemic has led to disruption in the health services and made most people wary of visiting hospitals and clinics even for the smallest of issues. While we all underwent a time where the ‘non-essential’

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