Hair thinning on the scalp occurs when there is an imbalance between hair that is growing and falling out. There may be many elements that contribute to this problem but in most cases it is a combination of a genetic predisposition and the action of the hormone called dihydrotestosterone
Hair loss can be mitigated with several treatments but, when the process is very advanced, surgery is required.
Hair transplantation with FUE TECHNIQUE is currently the best solution to regain healthy and strong hair, with long-lasting results.
WHY USE HAIR TRANSPLANTATION?
Hair is a fundamental aspect of one's image. Through self-transplantation with the FUE technique, effective results are obtained in all stages of baldness with a natural, uniform and long-lasting effect through an intervention carried out safely within our structure.
Hair transplantation with the FUE technique
Hair transplantation with FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) technique consists in taking the follicular units from a thicker area to replant them where the hair is thin or missing. Patients who can benefit from transplantation are those who experience permanent hair loss, mostly men, with a moderate or advanced degree of alopecia. Women with alopecia on an androgenetic basis and patients who wish to thicken their eyebrows, beard or pubis also resort to surgery.
Extraction of the follicular units
Storage of grafts in nutrient solution
Stages of the operation
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The operation takes place under local anesthesia and the duration of the operation depends on the extent of the area to be treated. In the follicle extraction phase, microsurgery tools are used to minimize trauma to the scalp in the donor area with consequent scarring after 4-5 days. In the follicle implantation phase, a sapphire scalpel can be used, which considerably reduces the incision point, further promoting healing of the recipient area as well. The duration of the surgery and the number of follicles may vary from person to person depending on various factors such as:
Density of the donor area of each patient
Number of follicles needed for transplantation
Size of the donor area and the recipient area (unique characteristic of each individual).
This is why it is important to have a medical examination to individually assess the degree of baldness present and the areas to be implanted.