Hair transplantation is a minimally invasive surgery that can be performed in both men and women with androgenetic alopecia.
Not all people with alopecia can be transplanted, so it is important to see a specialist to see if you are a good candidate for hair transplantation.

The most important factors to know if you are a good candidate are: type of alopecia, capillary density in the donor area, thickness of hair, age, degree of alopecia and stability in the medical treatment of alopecia.

Capillary transplantation with micrografts consists of individually extracting follicular units (UF) from the occipital region of the head to the area of ​​alopecia. There are UF of 1, 2, 3 and 4 follicles.

There are two techniques to perform hair transplantation with micrografts: the strip technique or FUSS technique and the FUE technique (follicular unit extraction).

FUSS OR FUT TECHNIQUE: Technique in which a scalp band or strip is extracted, from which the follicular units are obtained, by means of a microscope classification and division and then reimplanted one by one in planned areas devoid of hair.

FUE TECHNIQUE: The most innovative technique of hair transplantation, consists of the extraction of follicular units one by one from the donor area of the patient using a millimeter punch to later reimplant them in areas devoid of hair.