Hair restoration in Holland has gained excessive popularity lately, largely after diagnosis of the fact that Europe has become the hot spot of hair fall in the world. Similar to UK, France and Spain, Holland has also faced many cases of baldness and extensive hair loss of late. Considering this ever-increasing number, multiple hair restoration plans have been initiated to rescue the Dutch from baldness.
Conventionally, hair restoration in Holland has chiefly relied on surgical methods. In other words, hair transplantation is the most popular way among the Dutch for their hair revival. Two of the major and most widely implemented transplant methods are FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) and FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction). The former is also commonly known as the ‘strip’ method of hair transplant. FUT is a relatively older method, and involves a surgical process where a whole strip of skin from the stronger hair area on one’s head is removed and then planted on to the weaker areas. FUE, on the other hand, only requires a few units of hair to be extracted and then planted on to the genetically weaker areas. FUE has gained a lot of popularity due to being less complex and painful. It also has a quicker recovery process, unlike FUT in which the patient has to wait for 14 days before their stitches can be opened. It must be noted that FUE requires latest technological instruments, and many clinics throughout Holland are equipped with state-of-the-art machines and instruments necessary to carry out this surgery.
As people’s concern regarding their health increases across Holland, they tend to shift towards organic, and distance themselves from artificial commodities and processes. Reflecting the changing trend, hair restoration in Holland has evolved. This, however does not mean that these methods do not use technology at all. Rather the restoration process leans substantially on procedures excluding surgeries. One possibility to implement such mechanism is usage of medication. Dermatologists suggest medicines based on the type of hair that the patient has. Many drugs approved by various medical boards including the USA’s FDA are available in the market. However, they should not be taken without consultation from experts as they could trigger hazardous side effects. Alongside medications, intake of a balanced and healthy diet with all necessary nutrients could be part of an effective strategy to counter hair fall. Another type of this hair regeneration system is ‘Laser Treatment’. This has an involvement of various machines albeit not as technical and complex as the transplants. Special lasers are used to assist discontinuation of hair loss and to help in re-growth of fallen hair.
Hair restoration in Holland has proven its efficacy by testimonies of a legion of satisfied patients. Some people are of the view that exposing one’s skin and hair to high technology tools and devices could be hazardous to their health in the long-run whereas others, who believe in instant results stand by the surgical processes. However, one thing on which all Dutch men and women should unanimously agree is that hair loss is a serious and grave issue, which defaces their natural beauty, and to counter it, they should go for either of the two restoration treatments. As hair transplant cost in Holland is 4000 € to 8000 € so may people travel abroad for best results from best hair doctor at an affordable price. Our hair transplant clinic abroad offers very attractive package 1000 € for mega procedure consisting of 2500 to 3500 grafts. This price also includes two nights hotel and Laboratory tests and all other fee. Those who want to get an estimate of grafts and price may send their hair loss area photos via WhatsApp +92-333-430-9999