Hair transplantation

Very simply put, we harvest healthy and well-functioning hair follicles from the donor area(s) and transplant them to a less dense or bald area. Read more

With the FUE hair transplant method (Follicular Unit Extraction), also sometimes called hairstemcelltransplantation, grafts (groups of hair roots) are extracted one by one from the donor area and then transplanted to the target area(s). A treatment with the FUE method takes about eight hours to complete. Read more

The FUT method (Follicular Unit Transplantation) involves the removal of a strip of skin from the back of the scalp. Then all single or multi-hair follicles are removed from this strip of skin and implanted in their new position. On average an FUT treatment lasts between four to six hours depending on the number of follicular units that need to be transplanted. Read more

Very simply put, we use a well functioning hair follicle from a dense donor area and we transplant it to the eyebrow. Such transplanted hair follicles (grafts) keep producing hair and the likelihood that they ever stop is nil. The grafts that we transplant come from an area that is part of the permanent body hair, which remains throughout normal life. Read more

Additional Treatments

Hair loss and thinning hair in men and women is very common. Although the causes may differ between men and women, the result is the same: a decline in self-confidence. The sooner you start treatment, the greater the chance of success and to retain your hair. This new PRP Plasma treatment can provide good results without surgery. With a thin needle, the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is injected into the scalp. Read more

Hair Pigmentation is a technique where tiny dots of pigments are applied to the head just below the skin surface. This will make it look like that there are tiny hairs. Read more