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6 Steps Towards a successful
Hair Transplantation


In-depth personal diagnosis


Hair graft extraction 


Dermatological examination of your scalp


Placement of the hair follicles


The local anaesthesia  administered


Post-operation procedures

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Personal Diagnosis


 The doctor determines the final hair transplantation plan and hairline design. We hold some physical and oral

examinations. In this stage, the doctor can tell you if the DHI method is suitable for the expected results. Blood is taken and sent to the laboratory for the tests. These tests ensure that the patient does not have any medical conditions that prevent him from having surgery.


Dermatological Examination

Timely Diagnosis

Proper and timely diagnosis is the basis for the best treatment of hair loss. For this reason, we provide our patients with a complete, personalized and in-depth diagnosis. During the diagnostic procedure, a thorough, dermatological examination of your scalp is carried out as well as recordings of the quality and density of the donor area to assess the suitability and capacity of the area.

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Local Anaesthesia

The area


The transplantation site is disinfected. This step takes about 30 minutes. Local anaesthesia is used and is administered to the donor area by using a series of small local injections and a very small needle.


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Graft Extraction

4 degrees celsius


The extracted hair follicles are kept at a specific temperature (4 degrees celsius) and in a unique solution that enhances their growth after placement. We do not separate, cut or generally process the cuttings to avoid any risk of damage, thus achieving an industry-leading graft viability rate of over 90%.


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Placement of Grafts

The area

Full control of the depth, direction and angle of the placement of each graft, ensures 100% natural results, maximum viability and that the implanted hair will never fall out and will grow for a lifetime.


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Post Operative Procedures

Careful Inspection

The doctor will carefully inspect the recipient areas, to ensure that the placement and positioning of the grafts are according to the patient’s preferences and gauze will be placed over the recipient area. The first total wash of the donor area will need to be carried out the following day after the procedure. The implanted recipient area should be washed 3 days following his or her hair restoration procedure. 


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