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Hair transplants

Although hair grafts are a costly and sometimes scary solution, it is also the most long-term and effective way to combat androgenetic alopecia.

Hair loss: hair grafts and transplants, an appealing solution... for women

Have you tried every anti-hair loss product out there? And have the results failed to live up to expectations? Hair transplants or grafts offer a therapeutic alternative that enables patients affected by androgenetic alopecia to restore their lost hair density in the long term. The results vary, however, depending on the number of hair grafts used in relation to the area being covered, on the quality of the hair (mainly their color and size), and on the characteristics of the recipient area. 

In recent years, the hair transplant has become more common among women. Not long ago, this technique was used overwhelmingly by men as a last chance to restore hair to bald spots and fight against alopecia. The number of hair grafts performed on women due to androgenetic alopecia (29% to 42% of women will be affected by this type of hair loss in the course of their lifetime*) has tripled since 2004. Several factors in life can push women to take the leap: deep psycho-emotional distress as well as serious difficulties with be able to style their hair. 

The various types of hair implants available to combat alopecia

A hair graft is a surgical procedure performed under local anesthesia by doctors or surgeons specializing in cosmetic medicine. Two main techniques have been developed to help anyone overcome either widespread androgenetic alopecia or minor localized alopecia.
  • The strip harvesting technique is ideal for more severe cases of alopecia. It consists of removing strips up to about ten centimeters long from the donor area and transplanting these grafts to the bald area. The operation takes approximately two to three hours. 1,500 implants can be harvested, which is equal to 3,000 to 5,000 hairs. It takes eight months to see the final result. 
  • The follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique is ideal for mild to moderate alopecia. The procedure takes less time and is used to transplant fewer hairs but with a less painful recovery. It involves shaving the hair donor area, harvesting the grafts, then implanting them directly, one at time with a needle or blade. 

* Source: Blume-Peytavi et al., 2011; Norwood, 1975

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