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Hair Transplant

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For those patients who are suitable candidates for hair transplant surgery , Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is the most advanced technology in the transplantation of hair from the sides and the back of your head (which is immune to hair loss) to the areas of your head where you need it.


Hair Transplant Surgery is a permanent solution to your hair loss, the hair that is transplanted is not affected by the balding process and will therefore be on your head for the rest of your life.


Follicular unit extraction (FUE) is minimally invasive method of hair transplant when individual FU's are removed directly from donor area without slits and sutures. Main advantage of FUE method is that it is scarless method and never leavs any linear scar on the donor area.


The surgeon extracts each graft separately with a specialized punch 0.75-1.0 mm in diameter that does not leave scaring.


The use of this method is recommended for II–V Norwood classes. FUE is also highly suited to posttraumatic and post-burn scars as well as the restoration of eyebrows and eyelashes.


In cases where the donor area has insufficient stock for a full strip transplant, the FUE method allows harvesting of additional grafts from different parts of body (chest, feet, back, etc.)


At our clinic we are able to transplant up to 5000 grafts with FUE method in one, 6-8 hour session.


In cases of poor donor supply at occipital area, BHT (Body Hair Transplantation) allows harvesting of additional grafts from different parts of the body (chest, beard, legs, pubic and etc.). Body Hair Transplantation is exactly the same FUE method when individual FU’s are extracted from body. However the results are not as good as the one which uses hair from head area. There is a risk of leaving permanent scars when the hair is extracted from body part such as chest, beard etc.



Phase 1: Determination and Drawing of the Hairline


After blood testing and other requirement to be fulfilled, it comes to one of the most fundamental phase of a hair transplant. When designing a hairline there are many ways to find out the most appropriate one


We usually use the central anterior point. This midline point is the lowest part of the anterior hairline and defines how the remainder of the hairline will be positioned. In short, the lowest acceptable point should be situated at the junction of where the horizontal scalp intersects the vertical forehead at a 45 degree juncture. Any hair transplanted lower than this point can look unnatural since it would be situated on the forehead. 


However, this basic calculation is not a rule of thumb and adjustments and corrections can be made considering patient’s age, facial shape, or else with the consent of the patient.


Phase II Preparation of Donor Area and Implementation of Local Anesthesia


You are usually advised to wash your hair before coming to the hospital. After the hair line drawing, your hair will be shortened to 1-2 mm. length.



In some cases antiseptic liquids such as Betadine might be used to paint donor area. Then an injection of local anesthesia is applied to the patient. You will not feel any pain during surgery


Phase III


Harvesting the Hair Grafts

Now, you are ready for the hair follicles extraction, in another name harvesting the hair grafts. Surgeon will use micro motor punch to extract the follicles from your scalp. Micro motor has special punches in the length of 0.7-1.3 mm chosen depending on hair type and quality



  • Adults with hair loss, hair thinning, baldness or Androgen alopecia.

  • Those who have some areas of hair growth to use as donor graphs.


  • Recovery time for our hair transplant treatments are very short, and patients can expect to begin working on the second day after the procedure.

  • Within a week patients can take part in light physical activities.

  • After a month after the surgery heavy physical activities are allowed.


  • 1 day at the hospital


  • Negative side effects are very rare. There aren't any reports of adverse effects in the post-surgical period.