About hair transplants

A hair transplant can be performed at:

  • in hereditary baldness (androgenetic alopecia)
  • in dermatological diseases of the hair roots

When hearing about “hair transplantation” people often only think of baldness by men.
This technique indeed treats a receding hairline by men, but it is also used for thinning of the hair by women, for diseases of the hair roots, as well as for loss of eyebrows.

How does it work?

With a hair transplant, “hair follicles” – also called “grafts” – are moved from the hair strip at the back of the head to the treatment area. Those hairs are immune to hair loss and will remain present for life.
The way in which the hair follicles are removed determines the technique of hair transplantation.

The 2 most commonly used techniques are: FUE and FUT

There is NO BEST or correct method. Each method has its advantages and disadvantages.

The appropriate method is chosen individually and in consultation with the attending physician.

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