HFE (Hand follicle extraction) The HFE method allows hair transplant without surgical intervention.
This allows not only to achieve more positive results on the density and adhesiveness of hair but also to avoid the usual postoperative complications. This technology has already proved itself in the world of cosmetology and medicine.
What is hair transplant?
A hair transplant is a form of skin graft that rearranges the hair you have by taking hair and skin from one area of your head and moving it to another. It’s an effective, permanent treatment for hair loss. A hair transplant involves significant cost and recovery time. In most cases, it requires multiple procedures over time to get the best results. Therefore, hair transplants generally are used only when other hair-loss treatments have not worked.
“To achieve a good cosmetic result in hair transplantation, a natural-looking hairline with adequate density shall be established. There are numerous modifications of defined techniques with each one explaining and suggesting verified solutions.” said the authors of the article Evolution of hair transplantation
What is HFE method?
Directly hair production (follicular associations FU) is carried out by the FUI (follicle unit implantation) method without a single incision and therefore absolutely painless. FUs are not cut and do not divide into grafts, as in the Strip and FUE Machine methods, but are already ready transplants for transplantation. Actually, the implantation of hair FU in the area of alopecia is carried out by microneedles of 0.5-0.8 mm with the help of a special Choi implant tool. Choi allows you to adjust parameters important for growth and engraftment, such as the depth of immersion of the hair follicle, the angle of the transplanted hair, the density that the patient will receive as a result of the transplant procedure.
The concept of transplanting hair dates back to the 1950s, when it was discovered that sections of hair and skin could be moved from the back or sides of the scalp — areas typically unaffected by age-related hair loss — to bald sections of the scalp. The hair in the transplanted areas would continue to grow as it did before it was moved.
A hair transplant technique used for many years involved relocating skin grafts with 10 to 15 hairs per graft — about the size and shape of a pencil eraser. Small spaces were left between each clump of hair. The look of these transplants gave rise to the term hair plugs. That technique is no longer commonly used. Instead, hair is transplanted via micrografts, in which only one or two hairs are included in each graft. This achieves a more natural look.
As you decide whether to pursue a hair transplant
Consider the hair-loss genetics in your family. Picture how your male relatives on both sides of your family look (or looked) in their 50s and 60s. If you see commonalities in how they have lost their hair, it can give you a good idea of how your hair loss may progress.