Hair transplantation surgery is the procedure of harvesting hair follicles in the upper part of the neck, which characteristically have no propensity for baldness, to transplant them into the bald area.
GRAFT: The name given to the hair follicles harvested from the donor region, which are ready for transplantation into the bald area. Also, in medical terminology it refers to the transplanted tissue. During an average session 2500 – 4500 and more grafts can be harvested (if the donor structure is appropriate).
Hair at an average of 2.5 times the number of grafts harvested can be obtained. HAIR TRANSPLANT AND TREATMENT METHODS
(Follicular Unit Extraction): The FUE method involves harvesting follicles from the upper part of the neck, which characteristically have no propensity for baldness, using punches of 0.6-0.7 mm in diameter using a special device, a micromotor.
The removed grafts are transferred one by one to the bald area. Being a microsurgery procedure, hair transplantation must be performed under operating theatre conditions. One of the most important features of the FUE method is the absence of scarring in the area where the follicles are harvested.
It is the process of injecting special serums containing vitamins, minerals and trace elements directly into the middle layer of the skin where hair follicles are located.
It supports enlivening in damaged hair, and assists the treatment of hair loss caused by another disease (thyroid disease, anaemia etc.). It is also a treatment method for hair loss caused by stress, an extension of seasonal loss, and malnutrition.