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 Hair Transplant History

Hair transplantation dates back to 1882’s. The first hair transplantation process in history was carried out by a scientist named Diegonbach.

After Diegonbach’s unsuccessful hair transplant attempts, he proposed in 1926 by the scientist named Hunt Kelligen with his own theory that it is possible to grow hair in hairless parts. Upon this theory, in 1931, a scientist named Passot identified hair cells and worked on Kelligen’s theory.

The modern hair transplantation techniques we use today are possible thanks to the developments in 1952. In these years, grafts were first used. Subsequently, the transition to square grafts was made in 1971.

As with every discovery, there are many unsuccessful procedures in the history of hair transplantation. Failure in the hair transplantation trials has led us to the most satisfying and satisfying results we use nowadays.

In the light of the latest technology techniques we used for hair transplantation from the past and the information obtained from the world of science, quite good results are obtained in hair transplantation.

In 1984, it was realized that more successful results were obtained thanks to the process of expanding the hair tissue.

This year was very important in terms of hair transplantation history and played a key role in diversification of techniques. Many methods such as scalp stretching, micrografting, flap and scalp stretching have been developed this year.

FUT and FUE technique is the most popular hair transplantation technique used recently. Compared to other methods, the patient has the advantage of being an advantageous method in terms of pain and not feeling pain.

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