Professional hair transplant solutions for black or african hair restoration 

Not few are the men who expe­ri­ence hair loss or even bald­ness, a com­mon con­di­tion that is also known as alope­cia. Black or African men face this prob­lem too and there aren’t many clin­ics where surg­eries that treat this type of con­di­tion are per­formed. For­tu­nate­ly for them, at our Renew Skin & Health Clin­ic there are spe­cial­ized sur­geons who are high­ly trained to per­form black or African hair restora­tion surg­eries with great pre­ci­sion and using pro­fes­sion­al equip­ment. If you are a part of the African com­mu­ni­ty you can leave all your fears behind because the hair spe­cial­ists are renowned for their extra­or­di­nary results so far.
There are two hair restora­tion tech­niques applied at our Renew Skin & Health Clin­ic, one sur­gi­cal and one non-sur­gi­cal. The non-sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant pro­ce­dure is cho­sen by those peo­ple who don’t want or do not have the time to have a com­plex surgery per­formed on them. In order to hide the lack of hair growth the non-sur­gi­cal pro­ce­dure con­sists in the place­ment of a thin, trans­par­ent mem­brane with human hair on the patient’s scalp, with all the aspects tak­en into con­sid­er­a­tion. It will have to match the skin and hair’s col­or and tex­ture and our spe­cial­ized sur­geons will make sure that the mem­brane is attached per­fect­ly, so the patient can go back to his/her life and return to the activ­i­ties and sports that he/she likes to prac­tice.
The sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant pro­ce­dure for black and African hair restora­tion treat­ment is divid­ed in two meth­ods, the fol­lic­u­lar unit extrac­tion or FUE hair trans­plant and the fol­lic­u­lar unit trans­plan­ta­tion or FUT hair trans­plant, which have basi­cal­ly the main strat­e­gy of work with only one dif­fer­ence. Both of these sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant cos­met­ic pro­ce­dures con­sist in the extrac­tion of 1 to 4 strands of hair from the back of the patient’s head, which is called the donor area and its trans­plan­ta­tion to the so-called recip­i­ent area, the one affect­ed by alope­cia. Dur­ing the FUE surgery the fol­lic­u­lar units are extract­ed indi­vid­u­al­ly and in the case of the FUT surgery the fol­lic­u­lar units are col­lect­ed using strip-har­vest­ing, mean­ing that an entire strip of tis­sue con­tain­ing the future hair grafts is col­lect­ed from the donor area.
As it was men­tioned before, the black or African hair trans­plant treat­ment is more dif­fi­cult than the reg­u­lar one, because the mem­bers of these com­mu­ni­ties have nat­ur­al curly hair which is hard­er to han­dle, that is why we rec­om­mend you our Renew Skin & Health Clin­ic because here the spe­cial­ized hair trans­plant sur­geons have the exper­tise to assure you excep­tion­al cos­met­ic results.

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