1. What are hair follicular unit grafts and micro-grafts?
A follicular unit is a group of hair as it naturally occurs. Individual follicular units are very small and grow in an irregular pattern. With MHR's technique, follicular units are usually preserved in their natural composition. This is important because it maximizes the supply of donor hair and contributes to the finest, most natural looking result.
A micro-graft is a graft with 1, 2 or 3 hairs. The goal of any hair transplant procedure is to provide the patient with a very natural look, maintaining virtually undetectable results and optimal density without compromising the donor area. Multiple techniques can be effective but it is the responsibility of the surgeon to select the best method for obtaining a patient's specific goal.
2. Am I a candidate for a hair transplant?
An MHR consultant can educate you on the causes of hair loss and available treatment options. After your evaluation by an MHR physician, a final determination will be made as to whether you are a candidate for a hair transplant procedure. They will analyze your individual hair loss, discuss expectations and outline your options.
Factors that determine candidacy for the procedure include the number of hair grafts that are necessary to produce the results your desire, availability and density of donor hair, hair color, skin color, hair texture, and potential future hair loss.
3. Have hair transplants been proven to work?
Hair transplants have been successfully performed for over 40 years. Recent advances in the use of follicular unit hair grafts have dramatically improved the results of hair replacement surgery.
Transplanted hair looks as natural as the rest of your hair because it is your naturally growing hair. One of the exciting and unique benefits of hair transplants is that the transplanted hair will grow for the rest of your life.
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