FAQ

What is a hair transplant?

A hair transplant (FUE) is a transfer of existing hair to another area of the body. We do not introduce any new hair to your scalp. We take existing hair from the back of your scalp, and graft the hair into the thinning or bald parts of your scalp, such as the hairline or crown. This provides the most natural solution because your own hair will match the color and texture of the hair around it. It will also follow normal growth cycles of falling out and growing back. This is why FUE (follicular unit extraction) is so great!

How do you extract natural hair for a hair restoration?

We use the advanced FUE method for removing hair and then transplanting it. The FUE method, called follicular unit extraction, refers to the process of removing one follicular unit at a time to graft the hairs into the balding areas of the scalp. The FUE method is safe and provide natural-looking results.

Is hair transplant only for people suffering from hair thinning?

No. Hair replacement and transplantation can also be used for covering scars you received as a result of accidents, surgery, face-lifts, or previous hair transplants.

What is the right hair replacement treatment for my type of hair loss?

We take the time to determine the type of hair loss you are experiencing so we can customize hair replacement treatment to you. For instance, male baldness typically occurs because of sensitivity to the dihydrotestosterone hormone, which causes hair to become shorter and weaker, and, eventually, to stop growing.

Menopause and a drop in estrogen levels usually trigger female hair loss. Hair thinning in women generally occurs throughout the top of the scalp. We will discuss different options with you to decide how best to replace the hair you have lost.

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