Hair Transplantation Techniques

Hair Transplantation Techniques

Hair transplant surgery is most commonly performed for individuals with male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness. It is generally not advised for individuals with diffuse hair loss, because sufficient donor hairs from the back and sides of the scalp must be available for transplanting.

Undetectable Hair Transplantation Techniques: FUG & FUE

Follicular Unit Micrografts

Transplanting of follicular unit micrografts is the most commonly chosen hair transplantation procedure. When performed by expert, this technique results in hairlines that both look and function naturally, with minimal interference in lifestyle.

FUM Process

FUM for Hair Transplantation are capable of transplanting several hundred grafts to as many as 4,000 grafts in a single, virtually painless procedure lasting only several hours. The procedure is performed in the Hair transplant Center, in a sterile, safe, yet comfortable environment.


Before and after one procedure 

  • FUM is performing fully accredited AAAHC operating rooms used exclusively for hair restoration, assuring patients of the safest and fully sterile procedure.
  • The majority of individuals choose to have the procedure performed under local anesthesia with a mild short-acting sedative.
  • For the small number of more anxious patients, heavier sedation is available.
  • To achieve anesthesia painlessly, the Wand, a computer-controlled device, is used.
  • Whatever the type of anesthesia, patients report the procedure to be comfortable and enjoyable, and whatever discomfort is felt, it is much less than going to the dentist and is a small price to pay to have a lifetime of growing hair.
  • Donor strip is removed from back of head and site is stitched closed.
  • After closure, donor site is totally disguised by surrounding hair. Grafts are cut from the donor strip under the microscope, and then implanted in tiny recipient sites close together.
  • Results after one session and thicker, natural appearing hair after second session.

Hair Grafts

Each follicular unit micrograft contains one to three, occasionally four hairs. To attain the most natural result each graft contains a single follicular unit, the collection of usually two to three hairs all within a tiny bunch, which is the way that hair grows in most individuals.

By transplanting using follicular units, the way hair grows naturally; the results of the hair transplantation are virtually undetectable. Precise planting of the transplants in a random pattern results in a hairline that does not look like a line. Follicular unit grafting is the most advanced procedure, requiring a team of trained assistants to cut each graft under the microscope.


  • Patients leave the Centre bandage-free.
  • Antibiotics and medicine to reduce the chance of swelling are taken the first three days after the procedure.
  • Mild pain pills are taken, if at all, the first night or two to make sleeping more comfortable; any discomfort is from the donor site where the stitches are located.
  • The day after the procedure patients return to the office to have their hair shampooed and combed, and can return to work and most regular activities.
  • Weight-lifting, heavy exercise and swimming can be resumed after one week.

Real Results

The transplanted hair begins to grow in three to four months.

  • In a small number of patients, many of the hairs begin to grow immediately after transplantation, providing even more rapid results.
  • In many patients, a second, and occasionally a third, procedure is performed as soon as four to six months later to further increase the density of the hair.
  • In some patients, subsequent procedures are only performed after there has been more hair loss in the future, after a period of several years.
  • Except in the minority of cases, hair loss is progressive for the rest of an individual’s lifetime.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)


Patient Before & After Follicular Unit Extraction

The follicular unit extraction technique (FUE), unlike follicular unit grafting (FUG), avoids altogether a linear donor site incision. Instead, each graft is harvested one at a time with tiny 0.8 and 0.9 mm punches which then usually heal as essentially undetectable dots in the scalp.

Hair Transplant Experts have extensive experience with FUE, performing six to eight procedures weekly, assuring patients of the maximal outcomes.

A relatively newer technique- was one of the earlier embracers of FUE in 2007 – FUE is in some ways more technically challenging than FUG, and there are few surgeons perform both techniques with such regularity.

When is Perform FUE Technique?

While FUE in no way makes obsolete the technique of follicular unit grafting, it is the largest component of the practice, making up more than 70% of cases performed. In particular, FUE is usually the best procedure for the younger male patient, the African-American patient, any patient who wants to avoid any linear scar, and the patient desiring reparative work who has a limited supply of donor hair, where with our advanced FUE techniques we can harvest grafts from the scalp as well as other body areas such as the chest and beard.

FUE is also a great technique for obtaining grafts that are to be placed into a donor site scar from a prior procedure to help reduce its visibility. In addition to their application in the scalp, FUE grafts can be used in beard and eyebrow transplantation.

Are You a Good Candidate?

Together in consultation with Expert, the right procedure will be decided upon, after careful consideration of your goals and the nature of your hair loss.

  • Body and Facial Donor Hair for FUE Grafts – Not Scalp to Body, but Body to Scalp
  • Donor area with essentially undetectable scarring

A few of a handful of surgeons in the hair transplant world can actually harvest body and beard hairs for transplanting into the scalp. These procedures are usually reserved for those who have no more scalp donor hairs and are seeking reparative and/or more extensive work, or those who want a greater amount of scalp coverage than can be provided by the scalp donor hairs. One particularly common area that beard or chest hairs can be utilized is to the linear donor site scars from prior transplants. As many as 3,500 chest and or beard hairs can be harvested over two days.

Hair Transplantation with FUE Megasession Hair Restoration

The megasession hair transplant procedure is the most modern and advanced way to achieving the growth of a full head of hair, in the shortest period of time. In a single procedure lasting one day, 3,000 or more, to as many as 4,500 follicular unit micrografts can be transplanted, achieving the most impressive results.


As with other hair transplant procedures, most regular activities can be resumed the next day, normal exercise at five days, and the growth of the hairs typically starts in three to four months. Occasionally, some patients will have a second procedure performed to provide further hair density.

Reparative Procedures

For most patients seeking revision work, the result of the initial hair restoration is a “pluggy” or “doll’s hair” look. This is usually from the transplanting of grafts that were too large, either performed years earlier or more recently with old-fashioned, outmoded techniques. Often times, these grafts need to be removed and dissected down (FUEplug punch removal), then replanted in a more aesthetic pattern to achieve a much more natural appearance. Some of these grafts can simply be reduced in size (FUE plug punch reduction), and the removed portions replanted.

Repair of Donor Site Scars

For donor site scar repair. No tissue expansion was indicated.

One of the most common- and challenging- problems faced by surgeons who specialize in reparative procedures is a widened or visible donor site scar. There are a variety of reparative techniques, and one of the most effective is the excision, then closure of the scar. In rare cases, the scalp is so tight that it must be stretched out to permit the removal of the entire scar, which is achieved with the use of tissue expansion.

andidates for Hair Transplant Surgery

ba-william-lgBefore and after one procedure

Hair transplant surgery is most commonly performed for individuals with male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness. It is generally not advised for individuals with diffuse hair loss, because sufficient donor hairs from the back and sides of the scalp must be available for transplanting. Individuals with thin or missing eyebrows, mustaches or beards, as well as those with hair loss due to scars, injury or prior surgery- including previous hair transplants- are also appropriate candidates. Hair transplants can be performed on individuals of a wide range in age, from the early 20s to the 70’s and beyond.

In general, most men are best treated with the follicular unit extraction technique using custom-designed FUE System, since it avoids the making of a linear donor site incision scar. A particular technique has developed is the Hybrid approach, whereby a relatively small donor site incision is performed in the back of the head for FUG grafts, which are then combined with FUE grafts – the main advantage being the absence of a need for shaving the entire head yet obtaining as many as 2000 or more grafts. For patients who already have had a prior FUG procedure, this technique may be the best approach; however this will be discussed in consultation.

The other hair transplant technique is follicular unit grafting (FUG), sometimes referred to as strip harvesting or the strip technique.

With FUG, a single donor site strip, ranging in length from 5 to 25 cm, of hair-bearing scalp is removed from the back or sides of the head. From this strip are dissected hundreds to more often several thousand tiny grafts containing anywhere from one to three, sometimes four hairs each. These grafts are then implanted into tiny slit incisions in the bald or thinning area where they can then grow after several months just like normal hair.

In order to assure an aesthetic result with any hair transplant, whether FUE or FUG, the key step is the making of the recipient sites- where the surgeon can determine the pattern, distribution, and angle of hair growth to achieve the most natural appearance.

Recovery & Results

There is little downtime or recovery associated with hair transplant surgery. Most patients are able to return to work and other normal activities within just one to two days, though strenuous physical activity needs to be postponed for five days. Depending on the patient’s goals, occasionally a second procedure is desired to achieve more coverage, which can be performed a year or more later.

There are a variety of Hair Transplant techniques, and one of the most effective is the FUE.


Hair Loss Causes & Treatment Option

The word alopecia refers to any type of hair loss, thinning hair or baldness in any hairy region of the body. Baldness tends to be a more specific term among lay people, as it usually refers to hair loss on the scalp – however, it can mean hair loss in any part of the body. Alopecia areata means “hair loss in areas”. In the majority of cases hair loss is a normal process of aging, and not a disease. Because it is not seen as life-threatening to doctors it is often disregarded. This is unfortunate because hair loss can cause serious distress in some people, with some far reaching psychological effects. In some cases hair loss may be a consequence of some medical treatment, especially cancer treatment drugs – when the hair loss is generally temporary.

About Male Pattern Hair Loss

For men, male pattern baldness is the most common form of hair loss. It is characterized by thinning hair beginning at the temples and the crown of the head. Over time, the hair at the temples continues to recede, leaving a central patch of hair at the front of the hairline and a growing bald spot at the crown. Eventually, as the hair loss in these areas widens, the baldness at the front and crown meet to form one large bald spot. Depending on the rate of progression of the hair loss, all that remains is a ‘border’ of hair around the side and back of the head. Male pattern hair loss is a concern for many men because as the hairline recedes, the face takes on a more aged appearance. Hair loss is seen by many as an unwanted sign of ‘premature’ aging.

Male Pattern Hair Loss is “Chronic” and “Progressive:” It is well documented that men who are prone to male pattern hair loss will continue to lose more hair if the condition is not treated.

Causes of Male Pattern Hair Loss

DHT-Causes of Male Pattern Hair Loss

DHT may contribute to the shortening of growth phase of hair follicles, causing them to shrink until there are fewer visible hairs left on the scalp.

Hair follicle: The Anagen Phase

This is also called the active growth phase. This phase continues anywhere from 2 to 6 years with the average hair growing for 1,000 days – about 3 years. The longer the hair stays in this phase, the longer it grows. Anything short of 2 years results in balding. Approximately 80-85% of all hairs are in the Anagen Phase at any given time.

Hair follicle: The Catagen Phase

This is the regressive or transitional phase. It lasts for a period of 2 to 3 weeks, during which the hair stops growing but is not yet shed. Between 3 and 4% of our hair is in this phase at any given time.

Hair follicle: The Telogen Phase

This resting phase continues for approximately 100 days (3-4 months), at the end of which the hair falls out and a new hair begins to take shape. About 10-13% of our hair is in this phase at any given time. When more hair than that enters and remains in this phase, the result is extensive hair loss.If, over a long period of time, hair cannot regrow as fast as it is being lost, it’s time to consider hair growth remedies.

The Stages of Male Pattern Baldness


The final stage of Male Pattern Hair Loss is when the hair is lost completely from the crown and frontal region, and leaving a familiar horseshoe shape.

In men, it has been determined that Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a breakdown product of the male hormone Testosterone, is the ‘trigger’ that causes the progressive miniaturization of hair follicles.   If you are genetically susceptible to male pattern hair loss, DHT works to progressively miniaturize follicles (which then grow a shorter, thinner, less pigmented hair) until they finally die.

Treatment of male pattern hair loss

Treatment of male pattern hair loss should always include a long term ‘hair loss prevention’ therapy, like Finasteride. Other therapies may include prescription topical Mesho Therapy (minoxidil), laser therapy, PRP, nutritional supplementation and/or hair transplantation.


Hair loss in women is very common, with approximately 30% of women experiencing some amount of thinning hair throughout their lifetimes.

If you are a woman experiencing shedding or thinning hair, you are in the company of an estimated 20 million women who also suffer from hair loss. Unfortunately, many women mistakenly believe they are the only female with this condition because it is a common misconception that hair loss is something that only happens to men.

Causes of Female Hair Loss

Like their male counterparts, inherited genetics is the primary reason, but there are other medical conditions that cause diffuse hair loss in women such as:

  • Hormonal changes
  • Discontinuation of birth control pills
  • Obstetric and gynaecologic conditions such as post-partum and post-menopausal states or ovarian tumors
  • Anemia or iron deficiency
  • Thyroid disease and the medications used to treat it
  • Stress or trauma – surgical procedures, general anesthesia, and severe emotional problems
  • Poor nutrition caused by sudden changes in diet, crash dieting, bulimia, protein/calorie deficiency, essential fatty acid or zinc deficiency, malabsorbtion, hypervitaminosis ALupus – a connective tissue disease
  • Various medications

Traction Alopecia or hair loss caused from trauma, excessive tension on hair from wearing hairstyles or braiding that is very tight.


The Ludwig System


Ludwig Advanced:

A woman with extensive hair loss and little to no surviving hair in the alopecia affected area. Very few women ever reach this stage and if they do, it is usually because they have a condition that causes significant, abnormally excessive androgen hormone production.

Ludwig Frontal:

A woman with a pattern of hair loss that is described as “frontal accentuated”. That means there is more hair loss at the front and center of the hair parting instead of just in the top middle of the scalp.

Treatment of Female Pattern Hair Loss

Because medical research has yet to identify the specific trigger for female pattern hair loss, there is no one particular treatment option that is the ‘magic bullet.’   While most women are looking for the ‘miracle cure,’ unfortunately the answer for the vast majority of hair loss sufferers will be a multi-therapy approach, like the one advocated by our Expert, uses a combination of available technologies that have been shown to have positive results for patients.

A complete medical history, hair loss history, scalp exam (with and without a microscope), laboratory tests, etc. may be required to ‘get to the root’ of your hair loss problem. A Hair Transplant Expert may then recommend one, two or more various therapies designed to maintain and enhance the hair you have as well as restore hair you may have lost.

A multi-therapy regimen may include

  • laser therapy
  • PRP
  • Hair transplantation

For some, a non-invasive approach will be worthwhile and for others invasive treatments may need to be added to the regimen.

Discontinuing a non-invasive hair Transplantation treatment will likely lead to a regression (loss) of results.  How quickly the ‘results’ are lost varies depending on a variety of factors including the severity of the hair loss process and the specific treatments being discontinued.

Last Hair Transplantation Options

Once you understand the cause of your hair loss, you need to determine the best way to stop losing more hair, enhance the hair you have and restore the hair you’ve lost. For the most patients, this means using a combination, or ‘multi-therapy,’ approach: non-invasive treatments to protect the hair you have and hair transplantation to restore the hair you’ve lost. Some patients might accomplish their goals using ONLY non-invasive treatments.

Getting Started: What You Can Do Now

The sooner we treat your hair thinning and loss, the more hair we can save. When you are ready to put an end to your hair loss—and get back what’s been lost—be sure to consult with Expert. Getting started with your hair transplantation regimen is simple. A preliminary evaluation of your hair loss status and factors that are affecting your hair loss can be done easily.

Hair Transplantation Procedure

Steps of the Hair transplantation procedure

Hair transplantation is a minor surgical procedure confined to the skin. Hair transplantation is performed under local anesthesia and is a safe procedure with few complications. Hair transplant patients are administered local anesthesia in a nearly imperceptible process. The new Septocaine anesthetic with vibratory muting is used. Patients are given a small dose of oral Valium prior to surgery for its calming effect. It also counteracts the agitation some patients have from the anesthetic. Patients should feel absolutely nothing during the procedure. Local anesthesia, when properly done, is 100% effective.

Process of Hair Transplantation:

The process and methods used for hair transplantation vary amongst physicians. Excellence Hair Transplant & Laser Centre has developed certain techniques which they feel to be the best. The following are the steps in hair transplant process:

  • The first thing to do when you present to the office for a hair transplantation is to go through the paperwork with your physician, including the postpone instructions so that you have a thorough understanding of what is going to happen. This includes deciding what prescriptions you would like after the procedure, sending a copy of your medical insurance card to the drugstore along with the prescriptions for delivery later in the day and, of course, reviewing the consent form and settling your account.
  • The second step is to review what old photographs you have brought with you, and design the hairline. The doctor will take considerable time working with you to come up with the perfect hairline design that will please you the most. This is done by drawing with eyebrow pencil on your forehead where you would like to see the hairline, and then reviewing with a mirror. Adjustments are then made until perfect.
  • Since the hair transplant process is done in a comfortable chair similar to an airplane first-class chair, in a reclining position, you will need to pick out a couple of movies from the selection at the office (or decide you will read a book, listen to music, watch satellite TV, or bring your own movies). The procedure rooms have large plasma screens for your entertainment.
  • The next step is to take a small amount of preop medication such an antibiotic and Valium, which will relax you and counteract the agitative effects of the anesthetic you will receive. Time is then allowed for the preop medications to begin working.
  • The next step is for the doctor to select the proper donor area, which will provide a sufficient number of grafts for your proposed transplant. Note that the number of grafts required have already been worked out at your previous consultation. Please remember that it is important to have a thorough consultation with your hair transplantation physician at least one week prior to the actual surgery. In this way, a complete history can be taken, you can be taken off whatever medicines you might be on which might cause difficulties in the transplants (such as bleeding from aspirin), and the design and measurements of the area of balding can be taken so that the number of grafts can be projected. Do not expect to have a consultation and a hair transplant on the same day, as this is not a practical or prudent idea.
  • Once the selected donor area for the strip harvest has been shaved and painted with Betadine or other antiseptic, your physician will anesthetize the area. In the author’s offices, this is done with four to six nerve blocks along the length of the donor area where the principal nerves lie. A vibrator is used to block the feeling while a very small injection is placed. After that, several minutes elapse while the injections soak in to the nerve areas, thus anesthetizing the donor area. Once the donor area is asleep, a little additional anesthesia is put in, another 10 minutes or so are allowed to elapse, and the donor area is ready for harvesting.
  • The next step is to place the patient in a prone position (on stomach) on the operating chair which has now been made flat, with the headrest to hold the forehead. Once you are in a comfortable position, the donor process can begin. If the donor strip is just on the back of the head, the harvesting will be done with your head centered, but if back and both sides are necessary, the doctor will turn the head to one side and harvest the right side and back first.
  • Once this has been harvested and sewn up with a careful plastic closure (which will result in a very small scar), the head is rotated to the other side and the left side is harvested. All of this takes about half an hour. There is absolutely no discomfort or feeling as the process goes on because the area has already been 100% anesthetized.
  • There is also not any significant bleeding because the infrared cautery is used to eliminate any bleeders that are encountered. Once all bleeders have been eliminated, the dry field is sutured. If there was a previous donor scar, it is removed. In cases of severe widened old scarring from transplants done in other offices, your doctor can remove those widened older scars as part of the new strip, thus resulting in much less scarring when done.
  • Of course, when removing old scars, it is not possible to harvest as many grafts. The secret to success for small scars in donor harvesting is a long but narrow strip being removed, and closed under no tension. A short but wide strip will almost always result in a widened scar, thus the design of the actual strip layout is, as in the hairline, extremely important.
  • Once the donor has been harvested, the strip will go to the cutting area where it will be dissected into follicular unit grafts under microscopic and high-power magnification. Two to six well-trained surgical technicians will perform this cutting task, depending on how large the case is. For example, a case of about 2000 grafts would probably require three technicians. The dissection process will take one to two hours.  During this time, you can walk around, watch television, go to the restroom, or whatever you wish to do.
  • After your break, your physician will place anesthesia in the hairline design which you have previously drawn out working with the physician. Again, the vibrator will be used to block the feeling while the anaesthesia is put in, in about four spots to block the front of the head. Note that once the donor area and the hairline and front of the head are blocked, you have a ring block going all the way around the head. This ring block will completely block all the feeling in the top of the head. Once in a great while there is a small perforator nerve that comes through the skull to the center or top of the head. This is taken care of by the anti-swelling solution.
  • Once the anesthesia is fully instilled and the recipient area is anesthetized, the physician will instill the anti-swelling solution. This consists of an anti-inflammatory steroid, a small amount of local anesthetic, and in some cases, a small amount of epinephrine. This will puff up the scalp for a few minutes. After the anti-swelling solution has been absorbed, it is time to make the recipient sites.
  • Using high-power magnification, your hair transplant surgeon will next make the recipient sites using custom-cut blades of 0.6 mm to 1.2 mm in size. While he does this, an assistant will count using a special electronic counter. Obviously one must have the same number of recipient sites as grafts. The final graft count will be determined at the end of the dissection process, and if there are extra grafts, as there usually are, the physician will make extra recipient sites to receive them. The recipient sites are made by the physician in a precise pattern, which will determine the direction that the hair grows out once it begins growing. This is an extremely important part of the process, as the hair direction is constantly turning on the top of the head. The author has seen some hair transplants where inexperienced physicians placed all of the hairs pointing forward, and this will result in an unnatural appearance.
  • Hair direction must match up in one corner of the hairline with the existing hairs on the side of the head and gradually rotate to match up with the hair direction on the other corner on the other side of the head. Similarly, the hair in the whorl (back of the head) must follow the original radial pattern, or a newly-created radial pattern in cases of severe and complete baldness.
  • As the recipient sites are being made with one hand, the surgeon is placing pressure on the other areas previously done to control bleeding. It is not necessary to cut the hair short, as the left hand can move the hairs out of the way as the right hand makes the recipient sites.
  • Following the surgeon’s making of the recipient incisions, it is time for the installation of the grafts. The surgical techs have been cutting the grafts for about two to three hours now, and they should be about finished. Having placed hundreds of thousands of grafts each, they are now ready to install the grafts with one person working in the back of the head, and two others working on the right and left sides. Simultaneously working as described, the surgical techs, under the supervision of the surgeon, can install 2000-3000 grafts in about 2-3 hours. Of note is that a soft scalp can have its grafts installed more quickly than a firm scalp, and there are other variables.
  • Once all the grafts are in place and adjusted to the proper position, (which is slightly puffy and not completely flat), the doctor will review the overall placement and review the postop instructions.

The postop instructions will also be put on the plasma screen in front of you for your review. All Procedure taking several time.It is important that the surgeon be ambidextrous for this process.

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Hair transplantation therapy provides a permanent, natural-looking solution to male pattern baldness. Follicles from areas of the scalp which still have hair are transferred via a simple surgical procedure to areas which are thinning or bald, resulting in a natural-looking, full head of hair.


bannerThe treatment is carried out in a professional, clinical environment, by a team of experts who will ensure you are kept as comfortable and relaxed as possible.

There are two methods use to achieve hair transplantation. Both use ‘donor hair’ follicles extracted from your own scalp, under a local anesthetic.

  • FUT-follicular unit strip extraction
  • FUE-follicular unit extraction


Hair transplantation therapy can help address a receding or thinning hairline and can even stop hair loss altogether. Every case is different, so meeting for a private consultation with one of our experts will allow us to determine the type of treatment needed to achieve the results you want.


Your scalp will feel a little sore after the transplantation process, but most people recover fully after just a few days. After a few months, the transplanted hair will start growing through, leaving you with denser, natural-looking coverage.


Anyone who has experienced permanent hair loss may be a candidate for hair restoration surgery, including:

  • Men with male pattern baldness
  • Women with female pattern hair loss
  • Men or women who want to restore or change the shape of their hairline
  • People with areas of scarring from injuries or “scarring” skin diseases, and also patients who experienced some hair loss after surgery, such as face lift procedures
  • People who want to thicken or restore eyebrows, eyelashes, and beards
  • Men and women who want hair in an area where they have little or no hair

Modern techniques of surgical hair transplantation can restore lost hair and replace or re-shape your hairline with your own natural, growing hair, which needs no more care than the ordinary washing, styling, and trimming you have always done. Transplantation can be done today so well that often a barber or stylist cannot even tell that grafts have been placed.

Are you ready to get hair transplant surgery ?

Get a hair transplant at the MOST HAIR in only ONE procedure! Deciding to have a hair transplantation is a major life decision. If you are at the point where you are concerned about hair loss, then you are ready to take the next step. The question is what is the next step? There are several alternatives to hair transplantation surgery. For one, you could do nothing at all. Secondly, you could use something to help maintain your existing hair such as medicines, herbal remedies and hair care products. Lastly, you could wear a wig or hair piece.

Chances are if you’re reading this you’re looking for a permanent Hair Loss solution to your balding problems and wondering about hair replacement. Maybe it’s time to get a procedure. Click here, if you’re interested in hair transplantation.

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