Jason Alexander Hair Transplant As tens of millions of men and women struggle with genetic hair loss and androgenetic alopecia, every year, the increasingly effective and natural results of modern hair transplants have inspired more people than ever to undergo hair transplant surgery to repair lost hair. That’s why Jason Alexander became a hair transplant treatment.
Advanced hair transplant techniques use real hair from unaffected areas of the scalp to reverse receding hairlines and fill in bald spots for results that look and feel real – because they are. Due to the few side effects and the inactive and actually transformative effects, hair transplantation has become a gold standard in rapid hair restoration institutional solutions harmful effects of genetic hair loss.
At our clinic, we are proud to offer comprehensive hair transplant services to men and women for those interested in combating genetic hair loss with lasting, real results. If thinning hair or baldness has a negative impact on your self-esteem and image, now is the time to schedule your appointment with a dermatologist and an internationally renowned hair transplant surgeon. Our surgeon will sit down with you and evaluate your concerns to present a treatment plan that will help you regain a thick, full, and youthful head of hair with long-lasting results.
Jason Alexander Hair Transplant
Jason Alexander was born on September 23, 1959, in Newark, New Jersey. His mother Ruth Nee Simon and father Alexander Greenspan were both Jews.
She has two half-siblings named Karen Von Horne and Michael Greenspan. Alexander had been keen to act and become a magician since childhood.
Considering that he was not talented enough to be a magician and lacked confidence, Alexander, therefore, focused on acting. He wanted to be a theater actor, but his circle recommended him to do comedy because of his appearance.
Alexander has received four Golden Globe nominations and eight Emmy Award nominations for his role in the Seinfeld sitcom. Unfortunately, he never won. He won three Screen Actors Guild Awards for his role in Seinfeld. He received the Best Actor Award in 1989. His video received the Video of the Year Award at the 2007 Country Music Association Awards.
What is a hair transplant?
Hair transplant surgery is the most effective and permanent method of treating baldness in men and women. Unlike the old procedures of the past which were based on large hair transplants and produced the unnatural and famous “pluggy” or “doll heal” look, modern hair transplants are designed to create natural results that are indistinguishable from the surrounding hair. As a minimally invasive and very successful procedure, it is easy to understand why the number of men and women who choose hair transplantation is increasing every year.
The hair transplant process
The procedures behind hair transplant procedures are relatively simple. Hair transplantation works by collecting healthy hair follicles and transplanting them to the areas of the scalp where the hair follicles have disappeared. Hair grows naturally in groups of one to four hairs, referred to as follicular units.
During modern hair transplant procedures, viable follicular units are collected from active parts of the scalp, known as donor areas. The follicular units are then transplanted to rebuild thinning hairlines and complete the follicles.
While women tend to suffer from diffuse hair loss that occurs all over the scalp, most men only lose hair from the top of their heads and are generally bald to a greater degree than women. For men, the hair follicles on the back and sides of the head are much more genetically resistant to hair loss than the follicles on the front and top of the scalp.
By harvesting these healthy follicles and transplanting them into thinner sections, the hair can be effectively redistributed to provide a more consistent and uniform density. Transplanted follicular units will retain their genetically resistant properties and continue to grow hair, making them essential for successful and lasting hair restoration techniques.
Because hair loss in women affects the entire scalp, donor sites commonly used in hair transplant surgery for men are not always viable donor sites for women. This can make hair transplant surgery options more limited for women. However, you can apply for a hair transplant depending on the extent of the hair loss. Our surgeon offers his patient’s hair transplant surgery using only the latest and most invasive surgical techniques: Follicular Unit Transplantation and Follicular unit extraction.
Follicular Unit Transplantation
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is one of the two modern methods used for hair transplants today. During a FUT procedure, a strip of scalp is removed from the back or side of the head. This donor strip is then carefully dissected to separate the healthy follicular units from the tissue, while the skin is sutured with soluble sutures. The viable follicular units are then transplanted into the targeted areas of the scalp, creating a fuller and thicker head of hair. Jason Alexander had a hair transplant with this method.
The FUT leads to a thin horizontal section where the donor strip was removed. However, any subsequent scars from this technique can be easily covered by the surrounding hair and will continue to fade in appearance for up to 12 months.
Although the results are not immediate, patients can expect a significant improvement in the density and coverage of their hair after about six months, although new hair growth will continue for up to 18 months. The results you achieve with FUT will last indefinitely, so you can enjoy a fuller, healthier head of hair for a lifetime. Additional treatments, such as hair loss medications or platelet-rich plasma therapy, may also be suggested after hair transplant surgery to prevent or slow down any future hair loss.
Follicular unit extraction
Follicular unit extraction (FUE) uses a much more careful approach to FUT hair restoration surgery. Instead of removing a strip of scalp to provide viable hair transplants, FUE works by extracting individual follicular units from donor areas. Using a portable piercing device, our surgeon can collect healthy hair follicles without making large incisions or leaving a long scar on the back of your scalp.
Once a sufficient amount of hair follicles have been collected, hair transplants are transplanted in the same way as FUT. The only difference between these two techniques lies in the method used to extract the hair grafts at the beginning of the procedure. The circular scars left behind by the FUE tend to heal very well, leaving behind light scars that are easily covered by the growth of small hairs over time.
As with the FUT technique, the results will not be immediate but will be visible around the semester mark, when density and coverage provide noticeable improvements. The end results will be visible in about 18 months, so you should enjoy fuller, thicker hair for a lifetime. While hair loss may continue after your procedure, medications, or treatment with platelet-rich plasma may be suggested after surgery to prevent or slow down hair loss and maintain your results.
If you are considering hair transplants, but are concerned about the appearance of abnormal hair clogs or signs of outdated procedures, then schedule a consultation with our clinic to learn more about modern hair transplant surgery. Like Jason Alexander and many other celebrities, you can get rid of baldness by getting a hair transplant.