Natural appearance is very important in Hair Transplantation. The assurance and execution of the right strategy in the hair brings that. Head temples line is considered to be the foremost vital region when it comes to a natural appearance.
The vertex range which is added known as the vertex is considered the foremost troublesome range within the natural appearance. A Vertex may be a Latin root term which alludes to “the top.”
In medication, it implies the top of the scalp. This zone includes a special significance. The point of each of the hair follicle in this area has its own dynamics.
The direction of hair growth may shift from one to the other. Then, in order to achieve the expectation of hair development in this zone ought to be given to each hair root with utilizing special strategies.
In Hair Transplantation procedure
The person’s hair shape is decide. All conceivable hair roots are calculate by tracking the outlet point of the hair in this range. The healthy within the donor region are transplanted to the vertex.
The FUE procedure is applied in this area for the comfort it provides. As with the delicately connected FUE method, the vertex can heal in no time. The patient can return to his/her lifestyle effectively.
- After vertex, this region ought to be ensur with most extreme care from any external agent.
- At the conclusion of 3 months, the planted hair begins to grow.
- After around 1 year, appearance is gets perfect.
The coronary region, or the vertex, is located on the back of the scalp – specifically – where the back scalp begins to descend downward. The coronary region ends where the occipital bone begins (the occipital scalp, from which hair grafts are usually taken, especially when FUT hair transplantation).
This area is sometimes referred to as the vertex. The term VERTEX literally means highest point.
Blood circulation in the coronary region (vertex):
The image below shows the network of the main arteries of the scalp. These arterioles branch into small arterioles and finally into capillaries (not shown in the picture). This network of capillaries supplies hair follicles with the blood and nutrients they need for hair growth.
Well it is clear that the blood pressure and flow rate in large blood vessels will be much greater than in small capillaries. As you can see, these large blood vessels are closer to the hair follicles on the sides of the head than to the follicles on the top of the head.
This means that the blood pressure and rate of flow within the capillaries on both sides of the head will be slightly higher than the capillaries on the coronary region of the head.
Characteristics of hair in the coronary region (vortex):
The hair transplant area in the crown region has certain characteristics, namely:
The vortex is a point in the coronary region where the hair grows in a circular pattern, either clockwise or counterclockwise.
The shape of this vortex determines to a large degree how hair is grown in this area, known as hair engineering. It is possible to have more than one spiral, and this increases the difficulties that will face the hair transplantation process.
How does baldness develop at the top of the head?
Hair loss in the coronary region of the head is part of general baldness. Often, baldness begins in this area after it appears in the front or middle area of
The significance of hair loss in the coronary region varies according to the age of the patient, and it appears clearly in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh stages of the Norwood scale.
According to the Norwood study:
6% of male pattern baldness that affects the vertex region occurs between the ages of 18-29 years.
21% of male pattern baldness that affects the vertex region occurs between the ages of 30-39 years.
30% of male pattern baldness that affects the vertex region occurs between the ages of 40-49 years.
37% of male pattern baldness that affects the vertex region occurs between the ages of 50-59 years.
53% of male pattern baldness that affects the vertex region occurs between the ages of 60-69 years.
50% of male pattern baldness that affects the vertex region occurs between the ages of 70-79 years.
Hair loss sometimes occurs mainly in the coronary region. Hair loss often starts at the top of the head in the center and then spreads towards the periphery. It then develops into a circle or an oval shape that gradually grows outward.
The surface of a circle develops dramatically as its diameter increases. For this reason, it is essential to pay attention when judging patchy hair loss. Hair will continue to fall in this area until reaching a hair-free circle, which may reach 10 cm in diameter.
Crown Area hair transplantation (vertex):
Hair transplantation in the coronary region represents one of the most technically difficult areas for hair transplantation for a number of reasons:
- First, the presence of the vortex point, which gives the hair in this region several growth angles, as the hair pattern in the coronary region must be replanted accurately so that the angle of the transplanted hair matches the original hair.
- Second, the hair must be tightly intertwined to achieve maximum hair density, especially in the upper hair arch where the hair falls on other hairs in the coronary region. Thus, the good selection and the correct location of the grafts will determine the optimal result of the hair transplantation in the coronary area.
- Third, the hair donor area is an area with a limited number of follicles, and on the other hand, the area of
the coronary area is relatively large and requires nearly 6,500 hair grafts to be completely covered, and this number is greater than the number actually present in the hair donor area, in addition to that it does not leave any A room for restoration of the frontal hairline or frontal area in case they experience hair loss.