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HSD Hair Transplantation: Micro FUE HD Technique with sectional explants

Il Micro FUE HD transplant It is an exclusive technique of the Pallaoro Clinic developed by the HSD trichological surgery department. This is an innovative procedure of micro hair surgery that involves the sectional removal of follicular units with the consequent preservation of the donor area and the implantation of high density UF with controlled inclination and direction. Our surgical team is able to transplant in a single session over 5000 follicular units (which correspond to about 13000 hair). The Micro FUE HD hair transplant is able to correct in a single session

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Micro FUE HD hair transplant

Explant follicular unit section

Preserved donor area

The explanted hair grows back

Guaranteed capillary regrowth

Warranty intervention

Accelerated capillary regrowth

Fast regrowth

Total absence of scars

No cicatricial outcome

Certified medical structure

Authorized operating block.

Result of hair transplantation with micro surgical technique

The results obtained by HSD hair transplantation with the FUE micro surgical technique are so natural and satisfactory that the patient receives a written guarantee of the Pallaoro Clinic of follicular regrowth. The result is therefore excellent and guaranteed. The procedure - characterized by the removal of individual follicular units with a 0.7 mm punch and the subsequent high density implant - allows to obtain an excellent result in a single surgical session.

The number of transplanted follicular units is high and the implant of the same respecting the original inclination of the hair makes the final appearance completely natural.

The appearance of the donor area with the HSD technique is another factor of pride. After a few weeks the hair that has been removed from this area grows back completely preserving (at least 92%) the follicular patrimony of the donor area.

Obviously there are no scars - even small ones - in the donor area and not even in the recipient area. The HSD technique leaves no traces of surgery.

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Micro FUE HD hair transplant in 4 phases

The HSD technique - an advanced version of the FUE transplant - consists of 4 consecutive phases that require special attention and professionalism in order not to compromise the result. The first phase consists of explanting follicular units. The second phase consists of the classification of UF. The third phase is the creation of channels in the area affected by thinning or baldness. The fourth phase consists in the implantation of follicular units according to specific capillary inclination.

An HSD hair transplant in micro surgery can also take eight hours of surgery because it often involves transplanting over 5.000 follicular units with microscopic instrumentation.

See: technical steps FUE

Hair transplantation without scar

The "classic" hair transplant involves a long incision in the donor area. This greatly decreases the pleasantness of the result obtained as well as being an important factor in the possible complications.

The traditionally residual scar does not exist with our technology. The HSD transplant offers a natural aesthetic result thanks to the very small size of the follicular units and the total absence of scars. In fact, the removal of hair from the donor area occurs individually, without the typical excision of the scalp. Postoperative pain is mild or absent.

The traditional surgical technique in performing scalp cutting subjects the patient to greater risk with regard to complications and side effects. The HSD - due to the reduced invasiveness and the particular surgical definition - is effective for the different types of baldness.

Any scars left over from previous hair transplant operations or from trauma present in the scalp with the HSD technique can be easily repaired. This involves taking follicular units from the donor area and implanting them directly over the scar. In these cases - taking into account the characteristics of the scar tissue - the transplanted elements will have a slightly larger diameter.

Less risk and more satisfaction. - The absence of cicatricial residues in the transplantation procedure makes the optimal result not only from a purely aesthetic point of view but also excludes all the inconveniences related to the healing of the scar and the complications related to the cut of the scalp. Since the advent of the HSD technique it is possible to proceed even in those cases of limited baldness in which the procedure was previously not recommended because "it was not worth the trouble".

Surgery in safety

It should be emphasized that all hair transplant operations performed in our facility take place in operating theaters in compliance with current health legislation. This - together with our instrument sanitization and sterilization protocols - guarantees the patient adequate intervention for the control of the risk of infection.

The transplanted hair comes from a scalp area with a low concentration of 5-alpha-reductase and therefore the transformation of testosterone into DHT has a lower intensity. This is the reason why these hair is not subject to fall. Although these are transferred to a "risk" zone, the tissue surrounding the follicle allows the preservation of the original metabolism.

Personalized and specific .- The transplant technique must be personalized according to the patient. The degree and type of baldness, the availability of donor follicles, the type of hair and the patient's sex should be taken into consideration.

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HSD Hair transplant - Hair Surgery Division
Palazzo Ezzelino Via S. Lucia 43
35139 Padua (Italy)
Tel. + 39 049 665431 - 665529 - 665655
Fax + 39 049 8753804
Email info@chirurgiatricologica.it

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