Hair Transplant (Monobulbar Autotransplant)
Hair transplantation has long been a technique in the field of cosmetic surgery, but only recently can the results of this procedure be defined as satisfactory.
With the single follicular unit technique, it has acquired even more naturalness, without the tufts, doll-like effect of the past; bulb by bulb the surgeon can easily recreate the presence of hair in the parts of the scalp where baldness is generally evident: the temples, the frontal area and the vertex. The operation, under local anesthesia, minimally invasive, lasts 3/4 hours and is performed without the need for hospitalization; at the end the patient can go home without any bandage and resume normal activities.
The hair begins to grow gradually and evenly after two months, even following the direction of those already present in the area, and will no longer fall out because they are not sensitive to hormones.
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For whom is the autotransplant suitable?
Hair transplantation is indicated for those who wish to restore homogeneous hair, distributing the hair in confined areas where unsightly thinning or alopecia is noted.
What results can be achieved with hair transplantation?
The main feature of a well-performed hair transplant is that of achieving a natural hairline and the correct density of hair, without any sign of the operation being visible. Thanks to ever smaller follicular units, it is now possible to extract and transplant a greater number of hairs and the technical advances of recent decades have contributed significantly to achieving the complete naturalness of the operation.
What techniques are used?
Two techniques are distinguished in hair transplants: the F.U.T. and the F.U.E .; the main difference between the two is linked to the way in which the follicular units are extracted. The choice of method to use depends on the suitability of the patient and is carefully evaluated by the surgeon.