With this permanent solution to hair loss, you can say goodbye once and for all to the bald spots on your head. What exactly happens with a hair thickening? With which methods is a hair transplant carried out? And what costs do you have to expect?
Hair thickening in hair loss – how does it work?
In principle, it is the same process: If one speaks of a hair thickening, it means a hair transplant. In a hair transplant, bald patches are filled with own hair. This means that from a donor area (usually at the back of the head) strong hair roots are removed, in order to put them back in the affected areas. The result is permanently denser hair without renewed hair loss.
Such a hair thickening needs to be done only once at best. It involves little risk as a minimally invasive procedure, giving you more volume in your hair and a younger, younger look within a year. However, an important prerequisite is that enough strong hair roots are available in the donor area to be transplanted.
The FUE method, or individual follicle removal, is a minimally invasive procedure that leads to the best possible result. There is no complete trauma necessary for this, in addition, you have the treatment largely no pain.
You also do not have to worry about scarring. Because the hair follicles are removed with the FUE method with a hollow needle. Thus, not a whole strip of skin from the donor area is needed, which leaves behind an unsightly scar.
Their personal starting situation influences the costs insofar as it depends on the extent to which a hair thickening has to be carried out at all. It is examined here how far advanced your hair loss is and in what condition your remaining hair is. In addition, key data such as age, your state of health and your diet also play a role.
Because the FUE method is a very accurate, high-quality method, the price is higher than other treatments (such as the FUT method).
After an extensive initial consultation and the exact consideration of your initial situation by our experts, it is already possible to determine very precisely how many grafts are needed for a successful transplantation.
Hair transplantation is a permanent solution to hair loss. Why it is so simple can be explained by the genetic makeup of hair roots: they never lose their genetic information in the course of a lifetime. This means that particularly strong growing hair will continue to grow so vigorously, even if they have been transplanted to another location.