Hair and Skin Factory stands out as a leader in hair transplant treatment, thanks to our team of skilled surgeons who possess the expertise and precision necessary to deliver exceptional results. We prioritize natural-looking results, utilizing advanced techniques and artistic skills to create hairlines and densities that blend seamlessly with your existing hair, enhancing your appearance and confidence.
Hair transplant is a surgical procedure that involves extracting hair follicles from a donor area, typically the back or sides of the head, and transplanting them into areas experiencing hair loss or thinning. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and can be either follicular unit transplantation (FUT) or follicular unit extraction (FUE). FUT involves removing a strip of skin with hair follicles, while FUE involves individually extracting follicles. The transplanted hair follicles then grow naturally, resulting in permanent, natural-looking hair restoration. Hair transplant is a reliable solution for individuals seeking to address baldness or achieve a fuller head of hair.
Yes, Hair transplant is considered safe, and our advanced techniques and technologies have made the procedure minimally invasive with reduced pain and risks.
The first step is to consult with a hair restoration specialist to determine if GFC is a suitable treatment option for your specific hair loss condition.
Before the procedure, the patient's scalp is cleaned and numbed with a local anesthetic to ensure a comfortable and pain-free experience.
A small amount of blood is drawn from the patient, which is then processed to extract the concentrated growth factors.
The growth factor concentrate is injected into the scalp using a microneedle or syringe. This stimulates hair growth and promotes the production of new hair follicles.
Patients are typically advised to avoid strenuous activity and excessive sun exposure for several days following the procedure to ensure proper healing.
Follow-up appointments are scheduled to monitor progress and determine if additional treatments are necessary.