Can I have my hair transplant under General Anesthesia?

The use of general anesthesia for a hair transplant is not a good idea because a hair transplant takes many hours and general anesthesia risks go up the longer you are under it, plus the costs would be very, very high.  The use of local anesthesia like you dentist uses, is the only way to do this.  Pain should not be a problem as most people feel nothing once the local anesthetic has been administered.

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