Shedding Some Light on Laser Hair Graft

Written by Maggie Kay

We’ve all heard about laser hair removal but did you know that lasers are used in hair transplant procedures as well?

The Food and Drug Administration approved laser hair grafting inrepparttar 1990s and it soon became a popular method of hair transplantation.

Lasers are used to create tiny holes into which hair follicles are transplanted. Healing is faster and there is no scarring atrepparttar 127634 site of transplant.

Nevertheless, there are some negative aspects to this procedure. For example, lasers reduce blood circulation to new grafts because they seal blood vessels. This causesrepparttar 127635 hair graft to grow at a slower pace than usual, occasionally resulting in uneven hair growth patterns.

What doesrepparttar 127636 Laser Hair Grafting procedure entail? Laser hair grafting is completed inrepparttar 127637 following steps:

1. Hair grafts are taken fromrepparttar 127638 back ofrepparttar 127639 head (the donor area).

What is a Geode?

Written by R. Kelly

The term geode is derived fromrepparttar Greek word Geoides which means "earthlike." A geode is a sphere or oval shaped rock which contains a hollow cavity lined with crystals. Most geodes have a hollow are partially hollow center with quartz crystals and various mineral formations inside. Some geodes are completely filled with small compact crystal formations such as quartz, agate, jasper or chalcedony and are called nodules. The only difference between a geode and a nodule is that a geode has a hollow cavity, and a nodule is solid. Geodes begin as bubbles in volcanic rock, animal burrows, balls

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