Click for English language pages κάντε κλίκ εδώ για Ελληνικά
Hair Transplantation
Micro-Dense-Pack T-T
FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction)
Correcting the mistakes of others
C L I C K    H E R E

Make the most of the hair that you have. Don't leave it tucked away on the back of your head. Put it where it can be seen!.

Hair on the back and sides of the head is unaffected by hair loss and can be transferred to areas of hair loss where it will remain permanently. The photograph above shows the donor area - capable of yielding 10,000 hairs for transplantation. The diagram below shows how a new, natural-looking 'frontline' is established with single follicles. The space on the top of the head is transplanted with mixed-size follicular groups, from 1-6 hairs per graft.


No. Hair transplantation is, more accurately, hair relocation. Follicles can only be implanted into the same person from whom they were taken. Follicles moved from one body to another will be rejected by the body of the recipient.
Hair transplantations have been carried out for the past 60 years. During that time, knowledge, equipment and expertise have all made immense advances. So too have expectations.

All these years of advancement count for nothing, though, in the hands of a poor doctor.

Anyone considering a hair transplantation today should expect to achieve a permanent, natural-looking result with no scars or signs of intervention. It really IS possible to escape forever the stigma of baldness.

But a hair transplantation is only ever as good as the surgeon who performs the procedure. The Plastic Surgeons you will find here are very good. The doctors at the offer you specialised expertise, giving you the best possible chance to achieve your expectations. They want the best for you.

There is no one method or technique which is suitable for all kinds of alopecia. No two people are alike. Each case has to be considered individually. The Plastic Surgeons you contact here guarantee personal, individual, discreet and confidential treatment.

They have the aesthetic skills and abilities to create a natural-looking head of hair, to make your expectations a reality. They have the medical skills and expertise to perform the surgery needed to achieve these results without leaving any sign of intervention.

They use their specialised training in the art of aesthetic surgery to mimic nature. Carefully using the natural qualities of unevenness, irregularity and asymmetry and by precise placement of follicles in harmony with neighbouring hair, the doctors are able to make enhancements which look as though nature itself had created them.

Identifying and utilising fully the donor area is crucial to a successful hair transplant. The Plastic Surgeon is able to give you an assessment of the way your hair loss might continue and the possibility of needing to carry out further procedures in the future in order to rectify continued loss of non-permanent hair. The future extent of your hair loss is also an important factor in establishing the position of a new, credible, front line (hairline).

If you are young or have elected to transplant hair at an early stage of hair loss and plan to have other sessions at a later date, the Plastic Surgeon will ensure that the unused donor area is unaffected and can be fully utilised in future procedures.

Transplantation Methods

Hair follicles in the donor area are extracted and inserted into areas of hair loss. There are two methods of extraction - Multiple Follicular Extraction and Follicular Unit Extraction. Multiple Follicular Extraction (1) provides a natural ratio of sizes of follicular group, Follicular Unit Extraction is selective, smaller groups suffer less damage during extraction, larger groups are therefore avoided. Each method yields tissue from which the follicular units are isolated (2) for individual insertion. To achieve a natural-looking hairline, single-follicular units are used to establish a slightly uneven frontline (3) with units of 4-5 follicles used to build up density behind. A skilled Plastic Surgeon makes the best use of available hair, creating the highest density in areas which are most noticeable.
There are two parts to the transplantation procedure - extraction and implantation. Hair is extracted from the donor area and transplanted into the recipient area. There are two different methods of extracting the hair which will be transplanted. Each method has its own particular advantages and the Plastic Surgeon will advise you which method or what combination of methods are most suitable for your situation. One method extracts a piece of hair-bearing skin from which follicles are isolated (multiple follicular extraction), the other method extracts follicles one by one (follicular unit extraction). Both methods of extraction result in tiny grafts of follicles which are ready to be implanted.

Careful extraction is the first part of transplantation but the real proof of skill lies in the design of the placement of grafts, the density, the spacing, the alignment, the angulation. All of these qualities need to be considered carefully if the end result is to look natural, believable.

It is ironic, but the very best hair transplantations will go unnoticed. But that is the goal of the Plastic Surgeons here.
Click here to go to Group of Independent Doctors Introduction page
The Group of Independent Doctors are all Plastic Surgeons based in Greece, a centre of excellence in the treatment of hair loss. You will be guaranteed personal, individual, discreet and confidential treatment by the doctor of your choice.
Click here to go to
website introduction page
To speak to a Consultation Manager in the UK
call 0845 6977230



 © Copyright two bees together limited
Links to this site    Home Page    Introduction    Doctors    Consultations    Transplant Methods    About hair    Male Hair Loss    Female Hair Loss    Gallery
FAQs    The Costs    Advantages of Greece    Contact Us    Downloads
OTHER LINKS     A Short History of Hair Loss Treatment    Today's Birthday