It is performed in a session that lasts between 3 and 4 hours using the FUSS technique, and between 5 and 8 hours applying the FUE technique, all depending on the state of the patient.
The recovery of a hair transplant depends on the number of follicles grafted. You are dispatched the very same day of your procedure, may walk your way home, and can carry on with your regular activities the next day.
Transplanted hair begins to grow after the 3rd month.
At Capilea Tijuana we serve men and women of all ages.
Furthermore, we treat people with scars, alopecia, and burn marks on the scalp.
While the appreciation of value is given by the importance that one gives to aesthetics, the treatment is quite accessible to most people.
It can be prevented by taking a capillary DNA test, hormonal studies, but the most important thing is still the timely consultation with the appropriate professionals.
Transplanted hair is not affected by Androgenetic Alopecia (a hormonal and hereditary cause of baldness). The micro hair transplant takes these hairs from the donor area of the patient (lateral and posterior areas of the head) and transplants them, one by one to, the bald areas. The hair we transplant will never fall out.
Yes. Hair micro-transplant techniques are performed with the patient’s own hair, results are natural and imperceptible.
Not at all, as we use local anesthesia. During the procedures, the patient is fully awaken and in a comfortable position, may be watching TV, have direct internet access, listen to music, or read their favorite book or magazine.
When the patient presents baldness or advanced hair weakening.
Hair transplant is a technique in which a hair bulb is obtained from a donor area, which creates hair without the genetic predisposition to bald, and is transferred to another area where there is no longer hair or it’s heavily weakened. This makes the hair grow normally and looks totally natural. Although no guarantees are given in any aesthetic surgical procedure, hair transplants today have a 90% growth rate result.
Even though the vast majority of hair transplants are done to men, we have successfully performed hair transplants in women who have lost hair due to different circumstances. It must be taken to consideration that, with exceptions such as scarring, areatas, or trichomania, Alopecia in women is diffuse; results achieved with each patient must be evaluated in a case by case basis.
Yes. Transplanted hair was only moved from one area to another, so all kinds of usual practice can be carried out: dyeing it, styling it (using gel), cutting it, etc.
No, hair transplant is recommended for people who have lost their hair in its entirety, in specific areas, or have severely weakened hair. This procedure is recommended when other treatments were not effective, adequate, or taken at the right time.
Hair transplant, whether FUE or FUSS and performed by professionals, is completely natural-looking. You won’t be able to tell the difference between transplanted and non-transplanted hair.
Absolutely none, transplanted hair is taken from a donor area without the genetic predisposition to bald. However, it must be taken into account that patients who have areas with non-transplanted hair must treat it so as not to lose it.