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Hair Transplant

HAIR TRANSPLANT FOR THE HEAD

DAY OF PROCEDURE

Hair transplantation is an outpatient procedure that typically lasts 3-8 hours. (In rare cases the procedure takes a little longer depending on the number of follicular units being transplanted.) In general, you will feel very minimal discomfort. Our doctors use mild sedatives and a local anesthetic. During the procedure, you simply need to relax and pass the time.

Before you begin, your doctor will review your crown density and confirm details the two of you have discussed prior to any kind of surgery for hair loss, including the specific hairline you want and expectations of the results. Next, your doctor will review the procedural steps detailed below and answer any questions you may have.

STEP 1: DONOR AREA PREPARATION

A donor strip is taken from the back or sides of the head, where hair is genetically resistant to hair loss. The hair surrounding the donor strip is taped or secured while the hair in the donor area is trimmed. The donor area is then numbed with a local anesthetic.

STEP 2: HARVESTING

The strip of donor tissue is surgically removed and the skin in the donor area is sutured together. Once healed, it will typically leave a very fine cosmetic line or scar which will be covered by your existing hair. Even immediately following the suturing of the donor area, the affected area is hardly visible.

STEP 3: SEPARATING

A team of highly-trained medical assistants, working with stereo microscopes, divide the hair from the donor strip into natural follicular groupings. (Your hair naturally grows in groupings of one, two, three and four hairs.)

STEP 4: CREATE RECIPIENT SITES

The creation of recipient sites is the most artistic part of the procedure. Your doctor will make incisions to the depth of each follicle that follow the exact direction and angle of your hair growth. There is no substitute for experience when it comes to creating the recipient sites.

STEP 5: PLACING

Follicular units are carefully placed into the recipient sites by the physician’s experienced medical team. The one- and two-hair follicular units are primarily used in the frontal area of the hairline while the three- and four-hair follicular units are usually placed behind them and on top of the head for more density.

EYEBROW TRANSPLANT

Eyebrows are a critical facial feature that helps to define the way we look. In many ways, eyebrows are more important to one’s appearance than scalp hair, as eyebrows are in a more central position on the face and serve to frame the eyes (the single most important facial element). Unlike the loss of scalp hair, the loss of one’s eyebrows is not viewed as a natural process and is, therefore, not cosmetically acceptable. Eyebrows may be lost for a variety of reasons including thyroid and other systemic diseases, alopecia areata, burns, tattoos, infections, repeated plucking, congenital inability to grow eyebrows and a genetic tendency for eyebrows to thin, or disappear, over time.

BEARD TRANSPLANT

Eyebrows are a critical facial feature that helps to define the way we look. In many ways, eyebrows are more important to one’s appearance than scalp hair, as eyebrows are in a more central position on the face and serve to frame the eyes (the single most important facial element). Unlike the loss of scalp hair, the loss of one’s eyebrows is not viewed as a natural process and is, therefore, not cosmetically acceptable. Eyebrows may be lost for a variety of reasons including thyroid and other systemic diseases, alopecia areata, burns, tattoos, infections, repeated plucking, congenital inability to grow eyebrows and a genetic tendency for eyebrows to thin, or disappear, over time.

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