Is there a difference between graft and hair?

Yes, there is a difference between graft and hair. A graft refers to a piece of tissue, usually taken from one area of the body and transplanted to another area. In the context of hair transplantation, a graft typically refers to a small piece of skin containing one or more hair follicles that are harvested from a donor site (such as the back of the scalp) and implanted into the recipient site (where hair loss has occurred).

On the other hand, hair refers to the slender, thread-like structures that grow from the hair follicles on the human body. Hair is composed of a protein called keratin and serves various functions such as protection, insulation, and sensory perception.

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