Surgical Retoration

  • Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)

    Hair restoration using hair transplantation

    The terminology used today in the field of hair restoration – FUT, FUE and BHT. Follicular Unit Transplant or FUT has been commonly but incorrectly come to signify hair transplantation using strip harvest it should have been follicular unit micrografting. FUE refers to follicular unit extraction which is the individual surgical extraction

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  • Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

    Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a method of obtaining donor hair for Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), where individual follicular units are harvested directly from the donor area, without the need for a linear incision. In this hair restoration procedure, a 1-mm or smaller punch is used to make a small circular incision in the skin around the upper part of the follicular unit, which is t

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  • Body Hair Transplant (BHT)

    Body Hair Transplant (BHT) is so called because the donor follicles come from the body instead of the scalp. BHT is best used when there is lack of good scalp donor hair and the body hair can be placed as a fill-in to traditional transplanted areas. Simply put it is not the first recourse to hair transplantation and one would only look for non-scalp hair only when the scalp cannot provide the same

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  • Eyebrow Hair Transplants

    Eyebrows are a very significant aspect of our appearance. They are one of the most distinctive features that make up our faces, and we pay a lot of attention to them.Eyebrows are also one of our most expressive facial features by virtue of being located in the center of the face and framing the eyes. Eyebrows obviously serve a lot of functions in our culture today -- beauty, nonverbal communicatio

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  • Eyelash Transplant

    Eyelashes have an anatomical function of shielding the eye from injury, from dust and grit. Eyelashes frame the eyes, and together with eyebrows, hairline, cheek bones, nose, lips and chin create the facial appearance that is unique to every individual. A person without eyelashes has a strange appearance because they lack one of the important anatomical landmarks of facial normality. Ther

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  • Mustache and Beard Transplant

    Mustaches and beards can be restored or thickened by transplanting the grafts from the scalp. The only difference is that the recipient area is not in the scalp, but in the face. However, the procedure is somewhat more sophisticated and laborious than in the case of the normal hair transplant and it requires more time as well. After the initial period, when the transplanted hair is lost and the fo

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