The hair graft consists of a micro-transplantation of follicular units taken from the patient. It therefore enable a durable and “natural” solution for men suffering from any type of alopecia (including androgenic alopecia (AAG) at 90%), but also for women suffering from alopecia alopecies, called androgenic.
This micro-transplantation is today the state-of-the-art in terms of hair graft.
The hair graft takes place under a local anaesthetic, usually combined with a light (calming) sedative. It takes about a day, punctuated by various pauses. This ambulatory intervention consists of four stages: the removal of the grafts from the occipital or temporal area, the FUT or FUE technique, the incisions made with ultra-fine blades for more density, and the placement of the grafts.
Results and Post-Operative Treatment
The patient can return home on the day of the operation.
Post-operative pains are pretty infrequent; sometimes some slight tension at the suture level, disappearing after 48 or 72 hours.
The final result is visible after about a year, but regrowth can already be seen after 4 to 6 months.
In general, a single operation is enough. But if the receiving area is really bald, a second operation can be recommended.
With this hair graft, the implanted hair is definitive and natural: it will no longer fall out.