Andreas Obinna

During the transplant process the hair strands are removed individually, with a tiny amount of tissue surrounding it, from the surgeons and in the same way again in the bald spot transplanted. Surgeons call the hair strand, taken with a hollow needle, along with the surrounding tissue, as a graft. A so-called graft”consists of one to four strands of hair. From a graft with four strands of hair can be easily two grafts with two strands of hair. The loss of hair strands in this small amount is so low that it goes unnoticed. Only the lush, naturally growing hair, is perceived as a result. You may be wondering if you will have less hair on the job, taken from the hair, then. “” This question can both Yes “and no” answer are.

Yes, because the transplanted hair in the taken place will not grow. “No,” because the hair strands not only in a single place, but of all normal hairy regions of the scalp be removed. Since our hair to grow very close to each other, removing some less hair strands makes no visible difference. By a hair transplant with r & d or FUE3 method is of course growing full head of hair is achieved. The hollow needle with the grafts are transplanted, is still thinner than the already thin hollow needle, which is used in hair transplantation using r & d process of hair transplantation with FUE3.

An even higher hair density than when self hair transplantation with FUE method with a FUE3 hair transplantation can be achieved thereby. Also is the local anesthesia with a FUE3 hair transplant in three stages, which pain can be kept very low during the transplant. The cost of hair transplantation hair transplant costs are usually according to the number of required graft hair and treatment methods (r & d, FUE3). The exact price of the hair transplantation be determined individually, where the desired hair density is crucial. With an online calculator for the Haatransplantation, you can calculate quickly and easily the approximate price of a self hair transplantation. Andreas Obinna photo

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