Is Hair Transplant Safe For Patient Suffering From Diabetes?

Is Hair Transplant Safe For Patient Suffering From Diabetes?

    Hair transplantation is the safest and most effective way of restoring hair with natural and lifetime results.

    It is quit safe and risk free method of getting back the crown glory but when it comes to the diabetic patients that have higher level of glucose with type 1 and type II diabetes problem, then surgeons must be very attentive in providing hair loss treatment.

    Before going to the detail of risks of transplantation for diabetic patient it is important to understand the two types of diabetes

    Type I is the problem in which the diabetic has the dependency on insulin means he or she has to inject or to infuse with pump some specific amount of insulin to control the glucose or sugar in blood to live.

    Type II is the problem in which patient can control glucose level without insulin dependency and control is mainly done by pills or diet.

    Transplant for Type I

    It is bit harder to control the glucose level in this type so it become problem for healing wounds because of their circulation but still the patients can get hair restoration in digital manner but surgeon must go with the preplanned surgery means there must be pre planned surgery for the diabetic

    Pre surgery surgeon can discuss with the patient about some preventive measures like choice of diet before surgery and so on

    During the surgery doctor must monitor continually the level of sugar and even the steroids must be avoided

    After surgery patients must be guided for the after care in the preventive way and to keep checking sugar level

    Transplant for Type II

    There is not as such problem for the type II patients as for them hair transplant surgery is safe. Doctors claim that if the sugar level is under control then will not be any problem for surgery. Even healing process remain same as scalp is vascular so lead to infections very rare and even  healing process remains same as the transplant for normal patients.