Hair Transplantation

Whether you’re a man with male-pattern baldness or a woman with hereditary hair loss, the result is often embarrassment and loss of confidence. Our safe, permanent, and natural-looking process can restore your hair and your confidence so you can get back to enjoying a full life.


How It Compares to Traditional Hair Transplantation

Traditional transplantation, known as follicular unit transplantation (FUT), requires removing a strip of scalp and then harvesting the follicles for transplantation. This requires stitches and will leave a scar where the strip was removed, so if you plan to wear your hair very short, the scar could be visible. Healing time is 2 to 3 weeks.

In our method, follicular unit extraction (FUE), each follicle to be transplanted is removed individually. Those who like to wear their hair very short can rest assured they won’t have a clearly visible, unsightly scar. Unlike with FUT, healing time is 3 to 4 days.

Hair CPR

Our stepwise approach to hair restoration focuses on an effective 3-part HAIR CPR plan to get the best results.


We conduct a medical evaluation to identify and address the specific factors causing your hair loss, with bioactive shampoos to provide essential nutrients to hair follicles.



We do what we can to preserve the active hair follicles using PRP mesotherapy and scalp microneedling

  • PRP mesotherapy. In mesotherapy, nourishing substances are injected into the layers of skin where cell growth and repair occur. The substance we use is your own platelet-rich plasma (PRP), extracted from your blood. Because it already occurs naturally in your body, you’re not in danger of an allergic or hypersensitive
  • Microneedling. During microneedling, a roller covered in fine needles is rolled over the scalp, causing microinjuries. As these injuries heal, collagen is produced. In addition, it induces stem cells that lead to hair growth.

After the Conserve and Preserve steps, we restore your hair using FUE. In an FUE procedure, individual hair follicles are extracted from the donor area one at a time (usually the back of the neck), then inserted into the hair transplant site with a specialist microsurgical needle. Because transplanted hair is resistant to DHT (the hormone that causes hair loss), hair that is successfully transplanted will be permanent.