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Hair transplantation has become the trusted go-to method for those who suffer from significant hair loss. It entails the extraction of healthy hair grafts from a suitable donor location and transplanting them to the targeted region for the desired hairline and appearance. FUE and DHI are the two most popular methods used in hair transplant operations for 3000 graft hair transplant.

So how to figure out how many grafts you will need to achieve the look and coverage that you aim for? Simply put, the bigger your area of hair loss, the more grafts you will need to be transferred. You may wish to adjust the density of your hair in areas that aren’t bald. To determine how many hair grafts each patient needs, there is a universal measure called the Norwood scale which is the most widely used technique for determining the severity of male pattern hair loss.

Which hair loss level requires 3000 graft hair transplant?

norwood scale 3 vertex and 4 for 3000 grafts hair transplant

The Norwood scale is used to grade each patient’s individual hair loss to provide an idea about how many grafts each stage will need, which then determines the length of your session and the number of sessions you will need. Generally, Norwood 3-vertex and Norwood 4 hair loss types are suitable for 3000 graft hair transplant operation. You can reach our medical consultants to determine your hair loss stage and plan how many grafts you need.

Norwood scales 4-5 and up may need more than a single session whereas Norwood 3-4 (corresponding to frontal hair loss or a balding crown area) can be easily performed 3000 grafts hair transplant operation in a single session.

A hair transplant operation considers a variety of aspects, including future hair loss, which may be determined by examining your hair quality and discussing your family’s history of hair loss. Keep in mind that the frontal forelock and crown regions can be customised to meet your needs and enhance your appearance.

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Do I qualify for a 3000 grafts hair transplant operation?

If you experience hair loss in the frontal area and the crown area to a certain degree, you may be lucky enough to be a Norwood 3-4 patient in which case a 3000 graft hair transplant may be suitable for you. This is good news as it means that you can get done with your procedure in one go and can budget less than a 5000 graft transplant. Since it requires less hair graft, good general health and above average donor area capacity will make you eligible for the operation.

5000 hair transplant process step by step

What is the procedure?

If you have decided to proceed with a 3000 graft hair transplant after a medical consultation, the following will be the plan;

Before the surgery

1. You will undertake the necessary pre-surgery tests

2. The donor area determined by your surgeon will be shaved and prepared for the procedure

During the surgery

1. Local anesthesia application

2. Hair grafts extraction

3. Opening micro channels on the recipient area

4. Hair grafts implantation

Depending on the chosen procedure technique, a 3000 grafts hair transplant can be done over a single session that lasts anywhere from 5 to 8 hours.

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What is the cost of 3000 grafts hair transplant?

Turkey has been thousands of patients’ choice for hair transplant operation, and Heva Clinic offers one of the best all-inclusive packages that includes hotel accommodation, transportation, translator, and various medical services. This makes us an amazing option for 3000 grafts hair transplant operations. The cost of 3000 grafts hair transplant surgery ranges from $1,800 to $2,2000.

If you are planning to have a 3000 grafts hair transplant with an affordable price, reach our medical consultants and let’s plan your trip today!

Frequently asked questions

A follicular unit that contains one or several hair follicles is called a hair graft. Hair grafts are extracted from one part of the body and planted in the target area. The number of hair follicles in a hair graft can vary from person to person and affect the hair density. This is why the quality of hair grafts is extremely important for the hair transplant procedure. If you have severe hair loss and bald patches you might need more hair grafts than a person with just a thinning hairline.
Graft survivability is also important for the hair transplant procedure. Since the FUE and DHI methods involve collecting the hair grafts before the plantation process, ensuring the graft survivability is especially crucial for its success. Optimum conditions for survivability are a hydrating environment, low temperature, and oxygen availability. To prevent oxygen deprivation, the hair grafts should be planted as soon as possible.

There are three main hair transplant techniques developed over the years. These techniques are follicular unit transplantation (FUT), follicular unit extraction (FUE), and direct hair implantation (DHI).

FUT technique, which is the earlier one out of the three, involves the transplantation of an entire piece of skin. Nowadays, this technique is not used by Heva Clinic due to “hair plug” look and lack of a high number of graft implantation.

FUE technique involves the removal and plantation of individual hair follicles with the help of a special device or manually. This is why the FUE process provides more natural results and lets surgeons to transplant more than 3000 grafts in one session.

In contrast to the FUE technique, the DHI process does not require collecting hair follicles in an outside environment prior to the plantation. Instead, hair follicles are extracted and collected in a special device called the DHI Choi implanter pen. DHI technique provides natural results and reduces the risks and time of the operation, it is a good choice for a 3000 grafts hair transplant as it provides high density.