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#1

Can you explain the donor recharging method and it what cases would Dr. Cole implement this technique? Has it been used much? and how are the results looking?


#2

» Can you explain the donor recharging method and it what cases would Dr.
» Cole implement this technique? Has it been used much? and how are the
» results looking?

It’s a neat concept to replenish the scalp donor area with body hair so that it doesn’t look thin out, when you think about it, it’s no difference from the typical BHT that we know of, taking donor from your chest and putting the grafts in balding areas in your scalp except that this time the balding areas are in the back of your head.


#3

» Can you explain the donor recharging method and it what cases would Dr.
» Cole implement this technique? Has it been used much? and how are the
» results looking?

This is a good method of reserving as much donor supply as possible. It’s a good idea.


#4

» Can you explain the donor recharging method and it what cases would Dr.
» Cole implement this technique? Has it been used much? and how are the
» results looking?

Minitor,

This method involves replacing extracted scalp hair with body hair. CIT farming is not always a 1 to 1 exchange and there are also many cases where only a percentage of the donor received CIT farming. The objective of the farming is to replete the donor, camouflage missing scalp hair and stimulate the production of melanin. Patients who use CIT farming are those who have extensive hair loss, need repair, and may expect significant hair loss at a later time.


#5

» Minitor,
»
» This method involves replacing extracted scalp hair with body hair. CIT
» farming is not always a 1 to 1 exchange and there are also many cases where
» only a percentage of the donor received CIT farming. The objective of the
» farming is to replete the donor, camouflage missing scalp hair and
» stimulate the production of melanin. Patients who use CIT farming are those
» who have extensive hair loss, need repair, and may expect significant hair
» loss at a later time.

CIT,

It sounds very good in theory, and this is probably the closest thing to “adding” hair to an individuals head as there will be for a while. Are there any pictures to display this? As long as the follicle can mature and grow and add pigment to a normal fue white “spot”/ lack of pigment it would be beneficial in my opinion.