Shedding Some Light on Laser Hair Graft

Written by Maggie Kay


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2. The individual roots ofrepparttar hair grafts are separated into plugs containing single or double hairs.

3. The plugs are transplanted into evenly spaced holes inrepparttar 127634 bald area that have been prepared byrepparttar 127635 laser.

These steps are repeated untilrepparttar 127636 desired area has been covered successfully. The procedure takes about 3-4 hours to complete and is performed under local anesthesia. Depending onrepparttar 127637 size ofrepparttar 127638 balding area, about 1000-2000 grafts are placed inrepparttar 127639 scalp duringrepparttar 127640 surgery.

Surgeons inform their patients thatrepparttar 127641 scabs will fall off within 12 weeks, after which time they will begin to see results, followed by a growth period of 3-6 months.

It is important to note that laser hair grafting has become somewhat obsolete, as new and improved technological advances have been made inrepparttar 127642 field of hair restoration.

About the Author - Maggie Kay is a freelance writer from Montreal and is the head researcher and content manager of Hair Transplant Costs - a resourceful site about hair transplant doctors. http://www.hairtransplantcosts.com/


What is a Geode?

Written by R. Kelly


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of mud or tree roots in sedimentary rock. Over time,repparttar outer shell hardens and water containing silica precipitation forms onrepparttar 127633 inside walls ofrepparttar 127634 hollow cavity withinrepparttar 127635 geode. The silica precipitation can contain many varieties of dissolved minerals,repparttar 127636 most common being quartz, but calcite, amethyst and many others are also found.

Over a period of millions of years, layers of silica cool, forming crystals of different minerals withinrepparttar 127637 cavity. Different types of silica cool at varying temperatures, thus creating layers of different types of mineral crystals.



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