Home | News | Find a Doctor | Ask a Question | Free

Grafts vs. Hairs

Could these follicular groups more than likely be classified as a 7 or 6 hair unit? The answer may more than likely be based on a specific patient’s donor density. Almost every patient has a percentage of larger follicular units by definition. Either way, this graft could be used as two or more 2 to 3 hair grafts. Results are more natural if 3 hair units or smaller are predominately used on a transplanted scalp. This concept involves knowing and understanding the patient’s needs to be met for the most significant cosmetic outcome.

Our ability to extract all follicular units without a significant transaction rate is enhanced with CIT. We prefer to transplant fewer grafts per procedure for very natural looking results. The initial cost per graft may be more but a better overall result will be achieved with fewer grafts. Many patients wonder why we are able to achieve superlative results with fewer grafts and the answer is simple, CIT. CIT allows selective harvesting of both smaller and larger follicular units to recipent areas. Some clinics quote the number of hairs they will transplant and don’t disclose graft counts but we quote only graft counts as you will get the best coverage per hard earned dollar.

Tel: 800 368-4247

» follicular units by definition. Either way, this graft could be used as
» two or more 2 to 3 hair grafts. Results are more natural if 3 hair units
» or smaller are predominately used on a transplanted scalp.

It will be ok to cut this follicle in half ?

» » follicular units by definition. Either way, this graft could be used as
» » two or more 2 to 3 hair grafts. Results are more natural if 3 hair
» units
» » or smaller are predominately used on a transplanted scalp.
»
» It will be ok to cut this follicle in half ?

Sure Mr. Frodo. This particular unit can be used many ways. The demand on the recipeint areas would determine the placement.

Home | News | Find a Doctor | Ask a Question | Terms of Use & Privacy

This is an advertising site for paid advertisers to showcase successful hair restoration results only. It is not the mandate of this site to engage in the discussion of failed, unsuccessful procedures, lawsuits, litigations, refunds or complaint cases. Surgical hair restoration procedures carry risks. Please do thorough research, consult your own physician and investigate a doctor's background carefully before making a decision. By proceeding to use our site, you agree to abide by our Terms of Use & Privacy Policy at http://hairsite.com/terms-of-use/ where you can also find a list of HairSite's sponsoring physicians.