People began to notice that he did, as a matter of fact, had a hair transplant, As everyone noticed that his hair started thinning in the early 2000s. Now we can see that in the recent pictures of Mel Gibson, he is rocking very thick hair and beard, Which means that he did indeed have a hair transplant because the change is undeniable and the results are excellent.
Who is Mel Gibson?
Mel Gibson is one of the most famous Hollywood actors; He is very well known for the many characters that he played throughout his long Hollywood career; Mel Gibson began catching people’s eyes when he starred in the movie “ Braveheart” from there his career went to go on even bigger.
What Type of Hair Transplant Did Mel Gibson Have?
Although Mel Gibson never acknowledged that he had a hair transplant, the obvious before and after pictures prove so, and we are very certain that he did have an FUE hair transplant back in the early 2000s.
This is very impressive from the surgeon who pulled off the procedure because back then, the technology was not as advanced as it is nowadays, and hair transplant was just in the beginning. Not many people were not familiar with it like nowadays.
And as we can see from the results, Mel Gibson had very successful results for his hair transplant, which we are happy to see that he got his confidence back and his great looks.
What’s an FUE Hair Transplant?
In short, Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure that involves removing hair follicles from one part of the body, known as the ‘donor site,’ and transplanting them to a bald or balding part of the body, known as the recipient site.’ The procedure is mostly used to treat male pattern baldness or even female. Patients who undergo hair transplantation regain their own hair permanently, as if they had never lost it.
Individual hair follicles are extracted from your skin and implanted elsewhere on your body during follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplants. As a result, the hair in the new region will seem thicker.
FUE has grown in popularity over any other methods because the technique is less likely to result in a “hair plug” appearance, in which portions of skin or hair do not match the surrounding areas. It will also not leave a big scar, as FUT does.
What Other Techniques are There for Hair Transplant?
DHI Hair Transplant
Direct Hair Implantation is shortened as DHI. DHI, like the FUE technique, is a relatively new hair transplantation technique. This procedure also requires implanting hair follicles one by one into the bald or thinning area of the head. Hair transplant doctors frequently use DHI unique pen-like equipment called CHOI Pens.
The DHI implanter and the certified, trained specialists who utilize the tool manage the depth, direction, and angle. DHI offers a solution for people who do not want the hair in the implantation area to be totally shaved off because implantation is done at the same time. The donor area is trimmed in the DHI hair transplant technique, so there is no need to shave.
FUT Hair Transplant
In FUT surgery, a surgeon removes individual hair follicles by cutting a strip of skin from the back or side of your head. These follicles are then transplanted into the balding regions of your scalp. Male pattern baldness produces a receding hairline, which is best treated surgically.
The strip’s width is usually between 1 and 1.5 cm (0.4 and 0.6 inches). After being removed from the strip, the individual follicles are re-inserted into your scalp
Hair transplant procedures might last anywhere from 4 to 8 hours. The majority of people are awake throughout surgery because local anesthesia is used to numb the scalp.
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Someone with thinning hair or balding who still has enough hair in the donor area to use for a transplant is always the best candidate for an FUE hair transplant.