Purpose of a hair transplant
Hair micrografts: FUE (follicular unit extraction).
Hair is taken from the posterior area of the scalp – where it is genetically programmed not to fall – and transplanted into the anterior area, where hair loss is occurring.
FUE uses a circular scalpel to take follicular units from one or two hairs. After checking the quality of the grafts, they are transplanted one by one into the specified area.
Adding platelet-rich plasma (PRP) when hair is transplanted is the best way to considerably improve graft regrowth and limit temporary loss of transplanted hair. PRP also increases the diameter and quality of transplanted hair.
In addition, PRP promotes healing, especially regeneration of the donor area. This is essential since it preserves your most valuable asset: your donor area.
Furthermore, the injections are completely painless since the area is anaesthetised.
Benefits of a hair transplant
The advantage of this technique is that it is natural and does not cause scarring.
Current finishing off procedures give an aesthetic, natural and above all definitive result.
Expected outcome of a hair transplant
That no one can tell one of our patients has had a hair transplant.
No scarring; regrowth of thick, natural-looking hair that will not fall.