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Bio Enhanced “Undetectable Donor Site”

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One of the fears patients have regarding hair transplantation is donor site scaring, but bio-enhanced hair transplantation by someone “skilled in the art” provides a scar less appearing donor site!

While newer techniques such as FUE promote the fact that there less donor scaring than strip harvesting, the inherent issue with FUE is the  “long learning curve” surgeon’s new to this technique. In the hands of those few skilled in this procedure a scar reduced donor area can be achieved, but the majority of experienced hair surgeons new to FUE experience high transaction rates and less hair yield”.

There is no question that experienced hair surgeons have less hair transaction, achieve a higher yield and can move more hair in one session utilizing strip donor harvesting verses FUE. Additionally, those experienced hair restoration surgeons skilled in the art of cellular therapy can use the patients healing cells to safely achieve an undetectable scar in the donor area.

Case Study

before and after of hair restoration” Bio-enhanced Donor Site” This is a hair transplant patient 7 months post strip harvesting. Prior to the procedure he had two small linear scars that are visible on the right side, but as you can see in “the video below” there is no detectable horizontal scar.

The best way to evaluate a patient is to arrange a personal, in-depth consultation. However, this is impossible for many patients who fly in from other parts of the country or world. For this reason we have developed the remote consultation package, which is an acceptable alternative to the in-person personal consult.

Once your photos and questionnaire are reviewed, we will telephone you to discuss your questions or concerns regarding the procedure. You will also be given a suggested treatment plan and the costs involved. Click here for more complete information on our free on-line hair restoration consultation process.

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