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“Hair is the symbol of beauty and virility”   
The significance of hair as an indicator of gender, social, religious and professional status has been as great as that of clothing, jewellery, tattoos, weapons, and even crowns which goes back at least as far as the Neolithic Age. 
Hair transplantation practiced in the early days always resulted in a "clumped" or "bristles brush" appearance. It took more than four decades for hair transplant surgeons to develop significant improvements to make the results more aesthetic and natural looking. At present with the Follicular unit transplantation more number of hairs can be transplanted in a single sitting giving an aesthetic and more natural looking hair line. It can also be done for eye brows, eye lashes, moustaches and beard areas. Now hair transplantation is most sought after cosmetic procedure throughout the world.
The first Hair transplant in Kerala was done in 1975 by Dr. K.R.Rajappan who is the first generation of Plastic surgeons of Kerala State. In 1992 we have shifted from plug grafts to Mini & Micro grafts, to FUT in 2004 and started FUE in 2010. We have evolved with time and technology.
Now Specialists Hospital is a Super specialty Hospital with more than 27 years of experience in Cosmetic, Plastic & Microvacular surgery which is the first of its kind and perhaps the only center in Kerala doing Hair transplant surgery with state of the art technology using the most modern equipment by highly skilled team of doctors and well trained staffs.
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A single hair consists of a hair shaft, a root, and a follicle, from which the hair root grows. At the lower end of the follicle is the hair bulb, where the hair's color pigment ( melanin) is produced. The connective tissue within the invagination at the bottom of the hair bulb is called papilla. The dermal papilla is supplied by the bloodstream which carries nourishment to the hair.

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All hair follicles are present at birth. These hair follicles grow and shed in a repetitive cycle through out the life of an individual..
Anagen - The growth phase for a single new hair lasts three to five years.
Catagen - At the end of anagen growth ceases and the follicle enters a resting phase whic lasts for 3 to 4 weeks.
Telogen - After three to four months in the resting phase, the hair is shed and the next growth cycle begins.
In a normal scalp, at any time approximately 80 to 90 percent of follicles are in Anagen Phase. Each day, about 100 to 150 hairs shed and the same number enter a new growth phase.
In androgenetic alopecia, hormones related to cause hair follicles to have a shorter than normal growth phase, resulting in hair shafts that are abnormally short and thin. These follicles are said to be "miniaturized."
The reasons why some people develop androgenetic alopecia and others do not are not fully understood.

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All hair follicles are present at birth. These hair follicles grow and shed in a repetitive cycle through out the life of an individual..
Anagen - The growth phase for a single new hair lasts three to five years.
Catagen - At the end of anagen growth ceases and the follicle enters a resting phase whic lasts for 3 to 4 weeks.
Telogen - After three to four months in the resting phase, the hair is shed and the next growth cycle begins.
In a normal scalp, at any time approximately 80 to 90 percent of follicles are in Anagen Phase. Each day, about 100 to 150 hairs shed and the same number enter a new growth phase.
In androgenetic alopecia, hormones related to testosterone  cause hair follicles to have a shorter than normal growth phase, resulting in hair shafts that are abnormally short and thin. These follicles are said to be "miniaturized."
The reasons why some people develop androgenetic alopecia and others do not are not fully understood.

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Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)
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This is Norwoods classification of Baldness. It is graded from from receding hair line to complete baldness 

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This is Ludwigs classification.Depending upon the severity it is graded as Type I to Type III

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