Treatment

Hair Transplantation

Hair Transplantation

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Hair loss is particularly distressing in both men and women.
The advent of micrografts has transformed this surgery. It helps to reduce the impact of intervention and residual scarring.

About Hair Transplantation

The principle of these treatments is always the same: taking hair from the crown region, where hair is never lost, and transposing it into the frontal and tonsure regions.

All these procedures can be combined on the same patient. Each case needs to be properly analyzed and several parameters need to be considered: the extent of hair loss, the softness of the scalp, hair quality and the patient’s expectations. 

Type of Hair Transplantation & Methods Of Treatment.

Micrografts

Practitioners will take a strip of scalp 8 to 10 cm long and 1 to 2 cm wide from the back part of the head that will be “chopped” into small fragments containing one to three hairs each (in micrografts) or four to eight hairs (minigrafts). Perforations are made in the balding area where the grafts will be implanted. A small scab forms on each implant that will fall off after about two weeks, taking the implanted hair with it, which will then regrow after about three months. Several sessions are needed on the same receiving area to get proper density. The intervention has a very low-impact and can be done under local anesthetic.

Aesthetics surgery

Hair loss surgery has made decisive progress that now usually offers an appropriate therapeutic strategy and technique, and whether simply with micrografts or with other techniques, can solve the main aesthetic issues caused by hair loss in both men and women.

Aesthetics

Dressing

The principle of these treatments is always the same: taking hair from the crown region, where hair is never lost, and transposing it into the frontal and tonsure regions.

Time of work

For micrografts, a small scab forms over each graft that falls off after 8 to 10 days.

The results

About 3 to 6 months is needed in order to assess the results of micrografts, and in any case, at least two interventions are necessary in order to get sufficient hair density. For other techniques, the result is immediate.

Type of Anaesthesia and Hospitalisation

Most interventions can be done under a local anesthetic associated with a superficial sedation
The intervention can be done on an out-patient basis, i.e. leaving the hospital on the same day after a few hours of surveillance.

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