UNSHAVEN FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT
Among the latest improvements in the FUE hair transplant procedure is the Unshaven FUE Hair Transplant or undetectable FUE. It is especially important for...
MALE HAIR TRANSPLANTATION
For many cultures and religions around the world, hair has always played an important role. In Sikhism, Kesh is the practice of allowing one's hair to grow naturally...
THE HAIR CLINIC
When we refer to the hair clinic, what are we really referring to? Many may think that it is a name for a fancy hair salon that gives hair treatments to reinforce the look and luster of the hair.
Thinning or sparse hair affects many people at some point in their lives. Many times the condition is temporary, other times, more permanent. The causes vary from person to person.
MANUAL FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT
Even the uninformed in the details of the FUE procedure have heard about the controversy between a Manual FUE Hair Transplant and one that is motorized.
HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS
Hair loss sufferers spend billions of Euros a year on hair loss treatments. Unfortunately, a good percentage of the products being marketed...
SOLUTIONS FOR THINNING HAIR
There are many solutions for thinning hair and they all depend on the source of the condition. A switch to all natural hair products is a good place to start. Many shampoos, conditioners and hair sprays contain chemicals that negatively affect the scalp and hair. Make sure that your shampoo doesn’t contain sulfates or alcohol.
MALE HAIR LOSS
Male hair loss usually occurs with male pattern baldness, also called androgenic alopecia. It is the most common form of male hair loss and affects over 50% of all men over the age of 50 to some extent.
HAIR RESTORATION SURGEON
What makes a surgeon specifically a hair restoration surgeon? Since there is no real official medical specialty in hair restoration surgery, surgeons usually start out in other fields of medicine such as general surgery, cosmetic or aesthetic surgery, dermatology, plastic surgery or others.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a method of extracting hair in a follicular unit from the donor area of the scalp and transplanting it directly into the recipient or balding area. In the first phase of FUE procedures, an instrument called a “punch” is used to make a small, circular incision in the skin around a follicular unit, separating it from the surrounding tissue.