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Regrowing your hair with FUT (follicular unit transplantation)

Dec 01 2017
FUT (follicular unit transfer) is also known as the strip procedure, this term refers the the strip of hair that is harvested from the back of the head. The reason we harvest the hair from the back of the head is because it is genetically programmed to grow for life. The grafts are individually extracted from the strip of hair. Patients with advanced hair loss tend to receive an FUT procedure since the phys... Read More

Female Hair Loss

Dec 06 2017
While there are many factors that can contribute to female hair loss we generally see most cases related to androgenetic alopecia. Our highly experienced hair restoration specialist will conduct a thorough consultation to ensure we diagnose the patient properly before any hair restoration is conducted. We never assume a female is losing hair due to androgenetic alopecia. Androgenetic alopecia can begin at a... Read More

Can combing my hair make it fall out?

Dec 09 2017
A lot of patients ask if combing their hair too much can make it fall out. The average person can lose up to a hundred strands of hair a day. As for brushing, if you brush your hair too hard it can cause the hair cuticle to flake and strip away. If your hair is already damaged from any of these factors a simple brush can cause it to fall out. Other factors can attribute to hair loss including damage due to ... Read More

What happens after my hair transplant surgery?

Dec 14 2017
Hair transplant surgery removes hair follicles from the back and lower sides of the head, hair follicles are then transplanted to the affected areas. Both methods of transplant surgery: follicular unit extraction (FUE) and follicular unit transplantation (FUT), have a common question, “what happens after my hair transplant surgery?” When Will My Hair Grow In? Every patient is unique therefor... Read More

What is a hair graft?

Dec 16 2017
A graft is the generic term used for any piece of hair-bearing tissue that is extracted from the scalp. When performing an FUE or FUT you’ll have an estimated number of hair grafts extracted. Each graft can have 1-4 hair follicles. The hair grafts are extracted from a donor area in the back of the head. This area is genetically programmed to grow hair for life. This ensures your hair transplantation w... Read More