Services Hair Transplant Surgery
Hair transplants provide a custom solution to get your natural hair back. Micro-follicular hair transplants offer a safe, permanent and natural solution to deal with hair loss. The donor site is taken from the back and the sides of your head. Since there is an overabundance of permanent hairs in these areas, removal does not impact your look. Sutures will be used to close the donor site. The suture will be hidden under the hair, in the back and on the sides. It is removed 10 days following the procedure. If you have shorter hair, the sutures may be more visible.
FUT is a simple outpatient hair transplant procedure that works by replacing or restoring your lost hair and hairline. This solution is a permanent one and is a one-time session! No hidden scams.
Unlike old-fashioned hair replacement options, such as wigs or plugs, hair transplant surgery is a permanent, natural-looking solution that doesn’t require any ongoing maintenance. And because it takes only a day to complete, you’ll be back to your regular activities in no time.
1. Donor tissue is removed from the “magic strip” which is located between your ears at the back of your head.
We then identify the thinning areas (known as the “recipient” areas) that you are interested in restoring and work to personalize a plan to help you achieve the most natural-looking hairline possible.
We then prepare the hair from the back of your head (known as the “donor” area). Unlike many clinics, we take the time to tape up the hair above the strip so that the stitches remain concealed.
We then administer local anesthesia to numb the donor area so that you’re completely comfortable during the procedure. Our physician removes a strip of tissue in the donor area containing your permanent, lifelong hair follicles.
Once we’ve removed the donor hair, we suture the area and use the surrounding hair to conceal the sutured area. These stitches are removed after 14 days.
2. Preparing the donor hair
Our clinical staff prepares the donor hair for placement by trimming or dissecting the donor strips into their follicle groupings, also known as units. Each unit comprises of one to four hair follicles.
While the units are being prepped for transplantation, you’re free to read, take a nap, watch a movie or relax.
3. Placing the follicular units
Once the follicles are prepared and ready to be transplanted, our physician makes a tiny incision on your scalp for each follicular unit, paying close attention to the location, angle and depth of each unit to ensure natural-looking results and to maximize the density and coverage of the thinning areas.
Based on your custom plan, our hair transplant surgery team places the individual follicular units into the donor recipient sites created by your physician.
4. After the procedure
Our clinical team will give you instructions on how to care for your donor and recipient areas, as well as provide medication for sleep and any discomfort you might have.
Three months after the procedure, new hair will usually begin to regrow. After six months, you should notice significant hair regrowth.
Below is what you can expect on the day of your procedure, the day you will get your hair back!
Every patient is different but we usually find that patients think the procedure was much easier than they expected. They are surprised at how comfortable it was.
Day of surgery
During the process
Following the procedure