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Q: What is the technique used to make recipient hair transplant incisions?

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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Author: John Kahen

Question: What is the technique used to make recipient hair transplant incisions during a hair restoration procedure?

Answer: At Beverly Hills Hair Restoration, our patients are usually concerned with if the hair transplant results will be natural - and we usually see concerns of the results looking "pluggy" as they did in the past with less innovative techniques in hair transplant surgery. The technique used to make the hair transplant incisions, also known as recipient sites, is one of the most crucial parts of the process in insuring the results avoid looking like plugs - so this is a very important question. Top hair transplant clinics usually boast their own specialized technique so this is an important question to ask during a hair transplant consultation, for example.

At our hair transplant clinic, we create customized blades based on the hair follicles of the patient. This allows our surgeons to make the smallest recipient incisions . These custom-made blades allow for the most natural results, so that when the hair grows in, the hair follicles lie on top of each other, giving you a full head of hair and an undetectable hair transplant.

During the beginning of the hair transplant procedure, the follicular units are dissected and fitted to the recipient sites created with the custom-made blades. Along with this refined technique, the surgeon also implants the follicular units to the natural degree of hair growth - so the hair transplant is natural - never those awful plugs from past techniques. This is an important question for anyone seeking hair loss treatment solutions such as hair restoration.

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