Hair implantation or hair follicle transplantation is done either for aesthetic or remedial reasons.
Someone resorts to hair implantation when conservative therapies are insufficient, alopecia is already evident and disturbs or causes discomfort. In Medi Jeunesse, the process of hair implantation has evolved and simplified so the patient is able to return directly to his or her activities without any visible signs that he/she has been subjected to a hair implantation.
Hair implantation with the FUE technique, which is applied in Medi Jeunesse in a unique way, the pioneers in the field of hair implantation, is now gaining ground over the strip technique because of its minimally invasive nature, the avoidance of permanent scars, rapid recovery and natural results.

Key factors - conditions that determine the result of implantation

  • Ratio of dimensions and density between donor and dilute region
  • Expectations of the person concerned
  • Experience of the medical team who will take over the incident

In the following tables, you will see the dilution steps in male and female alopecia, respectively:

Androgenetic alopecia in men (The Hamilton and Norwood scales)

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Androgenetic alopecia in women (The Ludwig scale)

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The program of therapies you will follow for hair implantation is determined by the medical advice of our specialized staff and can vary from case to case.

Historical review of hair implantation

1959 The American Doctor Dr. Norman Orentreich is involved in the study of hair transplantation, from the back and lateral areas of the scalp, to the areas of dilution. In 1952 he applies the first kind of operative treatment. In 1959 he publishes his research entitled "Autografts in Alopecias and Other Selected Dermatological Conditions". Orentreich's researches proved that transplanted hair retained its genetic resistance to hair loss - regardless of where it was transplanted - and continued to grow for life. This point was the center of the Donor Dominance theory, which is the foundation of modern hair transplantation, and in short it is described as follows: "The hair follicles maintain and transfer genetic identity and in dilution area, and continue to grow seamlessly”.

1970 Hair transplants relate to grafts of a large diameter, consisting of 20-30 hair follicles and therefore yielding a non-natural result.

1980 The size of the grafts decreases (12-20 hair follicles), but the results - as normal - are unsatisfactory from an aesthetic point of view.

1990 The scientific evolvement of transplantation techniques has continued to its present form, with the application of the Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), which reproduces the natural way of hair growth and can result in a perfect natural and perfect aesthetic effect. In 1995, Bernstein and Rassman introduced the term "Follicular Unit", stating that hair transplantation should only be done by transfering hair follicles, since hair follicles are the natural way of germinating hair.

The grafts heal within 4 to 5 days, and in a week to ten days are difficult to detect. In a couple of months, a hair growth cycle has been achieved, and the patient has a natural appearance, something that did not happen before.

Today hair transplantation requires careful planning and advanced aesthetic perception. Using the improved techniques, someone can have both natural and stable results.
During the procedure, we can get 1,000 to 2,500 hair follicles every day, with an average of 2.2 bristles in the graft from the donor area in a session which lasts 4-6 hours.

DO NOT FORGET that at Medi Jeunesse, we are the only ones to give a written guarantee of a lifetime result!

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