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Dr. Michalis is well known for his artistic sensibility, always respecting the patients' characteristics and his desires.
Trained in the most modern hair transplantation techniques by Dr. Cole, Dr. Michalis has been succesfully practising hair restoration since 2003.
In our clinic we are proud of the excellence of our highly qualified team, that always works with the maximum implication on each patient.
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FUE, or follicular unit extraction, is a minimally invasive method used to harvest and transplant hair. The treatment removes individual follicular units directly from the patient's donor site, which are then replanted into the scalp.
The newest hair transplantation method, Advanced Follicular Unit Extraction, involves extracting hair grafts from the donor zones and re-planting these grafts on the recipient sites. Donor zones, located at the back and the sides of the head, are areas usually unaffected by baldness.
Hairs harvested from these areas will continue to be unaffected by baldness even when transplanted into other zones. That is why transplanted hair will remain in the recipient zones and continue to grow, even if baldness progresses.
BHT - Micro Grafts Removal
Hairs from the head area are generally used for transplantation purposes. However patients sometimes do not have enough hair on their heads to achieve the desired result. In such cases it is possible to transplant body hairs, as such hairs are very similar to head hairs in structure and quality. Hairs may be taken from the legs, the arms, the stomach, the chest, the back, the armpits or even the face. Even beard hairs may under certain circumstances be used.
For certain patients, body hair can become the source of several thousand grafts. This large donor area can be used to achieve greater hair density, filling larger bald areas or performing corrections - results that would not otherwise be possible for patients with no or very little donor hairs on their heads.Body hairs are removed using the FUE technique, leaving no linear scar. Body hair grafts are then implanted in the same way as grafts of head hair.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is a hair restoration technique where a patient's hair is transplanted in naturally occurring groups of 1 to 4 hairs, called follicular units. Follicular units also contain sebaceous (oil) glands, nerves, a small muscle, and occasional fine vellus hairs.
In Follicular Unit Transplantation these small units allow the surgeon to safely transplant thousands of grafts in a single session, which maximizes the cosmetic impact of the procedure.
FUT is considered an advance over older hair transplantation procedures that used larger grafts and often produced a pluggy, unnatural look. In a properly-performed follicular unit transplant, the results will mimic the way hair grows in nature and will be undetectable as a hair transplant.
Scar revision surgery is meant to minimize the scar so that it is more consistent with your surrounding skin tone and texture.Scars are visible signs that remain after a wound has healed.
They are unavoidable results of injury or surgery, and their development can be unpredictable. Poor healing may contribute to scars that are obvious, unsightly or disfiguring. Even a wound that heals well can result in a scar that affects your appearance.
Scars may be raised or recessed, different in color or texture from surrounding healthy tissue or particularly noticeable due to their size, shape or location.
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Male-pattern baldness is not usually treated, as the treatments available are expensive and do not work for everyone.
Two medicines that may be effective in treating male-pattern baldness are:
Finasteride is available on private prescription from your GP. It comes as a tablet that you take every day.It works by preventing the hormone testosterone being converted to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT causes the hair follicles to shrink, so blocking its production allows the hair follicles to regain their normal size.Studies have suggested finasteride can increase the number of hairs people have (hair count) and can also improve how people think their hair looks.It usually takes three to six months of continuously using finasteride before any effect is seen. The balding process usually resumes within six to 12 months if treatment is stopped.Side effects for finasteride are uncommon. Less than one in 100 men who take finasteride experience a loss of sex drive (libido) or erectile dysfunction (the inability to get or maintain an erection).
Minoxidil is available as a lotion that you rub on your scalp every day. It is available from pharmacies without a prescription. It is not clear how minoxidil works, but evidence suggests it can cause hair regrowth in some men.The medication contains either 5% or 2% minoxidil. Some evidence suggests the stronger version (5%) is more effective. Other evidence has shown that this is no more effective than the 2% version. However, the stronger version may cause more side effects, such as dryness or itchiness in the area it is applied.Like finasteride, minoxidil usually needs to be used for several months before any effect is seen. The balding process will usually resume if treatment with minoxidil is stopped. Any new hair that regrows will fall out two months after treatment is stopped. Side effects are uncommon.
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