Scar Transplantation

Hair transplantation surgery performed in the wound openings that have formed as a result of burns or accidents aims to close the open area. These problems may come with subcutaneous circulatory disorder With hair transplantation, the desired circulation is provided again by stimulating subcutaneous. Not 100 % result can be obtained from such type of planting due to circulatory problems. The desired results can be achieved only with a second operation. For example, a 100% result is achieved by adducing 30% in the second operation on top of the 70% success previously achieved in the first operation.

In addition to this operation as a complementary process, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), Mesotherapy procedures must be administered etc. to ensure circulation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Scar Transplantation

It is applied to cover scars or open areas caused by accidents, burns, trauma, surgery, ringworm, etc.

  • The duration of this operation may vary depending on the size of the scar area. The procedure can take an average of 3-7 hours.
  • The operation is usually performed under local anesthesia. A painless method is used.

No. As similar to hair transplantation operations, scar transplantation is done by covering the open follicle area with the follicles extracted from the donor area. The procedure is exactly the same.

Possible. However, in some cases where the subcutaneous circulation is not fully ensured, a second operation may be needed.

No. Scar transplantation operations are not done to heal the scars, but to camouflage that area.

As in hair transplantation operations, your hair begins to grow when subcutaneous circulation is completed. So the results are  visible after the 3rd month.