The technique was developed in 2010 in the United States and the
United Kingdom is one of the hair transplant techniques. The cloning that
has not yet been used is filtered through many different experiments.
Studies have shown that animals have more effective results compared
to humans. While cloning can be considered as a process that can be
easier than hair transplantation, studies are still ongoing. Reproduction,
which currently involves risk, is technically prohibited in this regard
Reproduction is a process free of donors (donor area of the bulbs),
unlike other hair transplant methods. It is a clone of hair follicles taken
from a person. This process is also called twinning. However, this
process is not allowed because of side effects that may occur in humans.
This work is still under development and is exciting for development. The
biopsy taken from individuals is taken to the reproductive process by the
technique of harvesting by means of a machine containing three
engines. After this operation, these roots are placed in the area where
the hair transplant will be performed. This technique, which has not yet
been implemented in any country, aims to serve humanity after a period
of about 10 years. If you consider the advantages of cloning, they can be
listed as follows;
– The resulting effects will be reduced significantly because there will be
picking hair follicles in the donor area. In addition, no dilution will be
observed in the donor area region, and cloning will result in reduction
and shortening of current hair transplants.
– The likelihood of scar formation will be reduced.
It may be a solution for people with a weak donor area.
– There will be no intervention in the donor area of the bulbs again, there
will be no image for relief (hair relief in the donor area).
– Pain or numbness will not be observed in donor area (donor of follicles)
At the same time, there will be no risk of infection in the donor area
Hope for reproduction
Reproduction technique is promising for those with weak grafts(
hair follicles) in the donor area of the bulbs. However, it is not a
qualified technique for human health, and research and
development studies are also carried out. However, although it
is an idea to use breast hair follicles as a donor area, however,
these hair follicles may not be a natural and fruitful result in
terms of the nature of hair filaments. However, thanks to one
strong hair follicles obtained through cloning technique, many
hair can be produced. However, when you apply this technique,
the price range may be high. Due to high costs, it may not
achieve spread immediately.