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Hair Micrografts

The hair micrografting is a surgical technique in which hair is extracted from the occipital region in forms of follicular units and taken to the areas where the alopecia has developed and through small microincisones thereby achieving the required density and progressive input for a complete natural result.

It is indicated in androgenetic alopecia origin, although there are special cases in which both men and women hair micrografting can be made to correct post-trauma alopecia.

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Procedure

The hair micrografting is a surgical technique in which hair is extracted from the occipital region as follicular units and contributes to areas where the alopecia has developed by small microincisones achieving the required density and progressive input for a complete natural result. It is indicated in androgenetic alopecia origin, although there are special cases in which both men and women Hair micrografting may be performed to correct post-traumatic alopecia.
 
This procedure of surgery is performed in hospital, using local anesthesia and the administration of a sedation by an anesthesiologist.

Duration

The duration of surgery varies depending on each case and patient, although the usual average is of 4 hours.

Recovery.

Recovery is rapid, in a short span of time you can resume your normal life, but sports and other strenuous exercises should wait for a few weeks.
 
The stitches on the posterior region (donor area) are left in for14 days. In the grafted sites there may form small scabs which will fall gradually in the early days.
 
The growth of the grafted follicles are not formed immediately It's not uncommon that they commence within the first month, most often around the second month and in some exceptional cases within three to four months.

Risks

The risks are small and complications are exceptional because it is a surgical procedure in which only works on the skin. The customary premises of any intervention and so including arteriovenous fistulas.