Eyebrow Hair Transplant (Eyebrow Hair Restoration)
Eyebrow transplant is quite similar with hair transplant, however, there is more attention given to how the donor grafts are arranged accordingly. It has to be done with respect to how natural eyebrow hairs grow. This means that instead of follicles arranged in units as they would in the head, brow hairs grow individually, therefore they have to be arranged accordingly. Also, it has to be arranged at a lower angle in relation to the skin.
Although there is only very little area that needs to be covered, this procedure takes a considerable amount of time to finish. There may have to be some up keeping that has to be done because donor hair grafts tend to grow much longer before it finally adapts to the characteristics of surrounding brow hairs. Compared to dying, tattooing or drawing an eyebrow on, this procedure provides a more natural-looking outcome.
Facial Hair Transplants (Beard, Moustache, Sideburns)
A facial hair transplant procedure is a new option for envious men who are unable to grow a complete beard. The donor hair will be taken from the back of the head, or from other parts of the body. It will then be transplanted into the recipient areas using micro-grafting technique so that any scarring is prevented, and also to come up with an aesthetically appealing result.
This hair transplant procedure, particularly beard hair transplant, is actually becoming more popular today. Aside from enhancing one’s features and improving confidence, facial hair transplants is also useful for those who are affected by hair loss due to genetics, surgery, burns, or injury. The procedure can vary from minor filling to full hair restoration.
Platelet Rich Plasma for Hair Restoration (PRP Treatment)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Hair Loss has been considered to be a nonsurgical therapeutic treatment for hair loss thanks to its wound and tissue healing properties. It involves using your own blood which is spun into a centrifuge after extraction. This is to separate the platelet from the rest of the blood components. Before it is injected into the scalp, a micro needling roller device would be used to stimulate the dermis of the scalp. This creates micro trauma to the dermis that stimulates healing and repair of the cells. Afterwards the PRP treatment will then be introduced to the scalp.
PRP contains growth factors that stimulate the healthy growth of hair follicles by stimulating the stem cells found near the dermal papilla. It can also be used as an adjunct treatment after hair transplant, to promote healing and promote good hair growth.