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Hair Transplant Beverly Hills

Hair transplant surgical techniques continue to evolve becoming less invasive but more technically demanding. FUE, hair transplant beverly hillswhich has evolved over the last ten years, is now mainstream.

Patients are demanding it. Improved instruments and experience harvesting FUE grafts have led to decreased transection rates, more follicles per graft, and improved results. Experience is necessary to master FUE with low transection rates.

Transection: refers to the potential damage that can occur to the hair follicles during the hair transplantation. More specifically, transection is when there is damage to the lower portion of the hair follicle, often the hair bulb, which will prevent it from generate new hair. And this damage greatly increases the risk that the follicle will not grow, or survive, once transplanted. read more


Transection rates are very imortant just think, the process of a hair transplant deals with taking hairs from the back of the scalp and placing them most likely in the hair line, other places such as the crown and the tremple are usual as well. When these hairs are extracted, if the root of them arent transplanted in a timely manner the hair s die to the point where they cannot be used

Beverly Hills Hair Transplant

beverly hilla hair transplantDr. Sean Behnam has been a pioneer in the art of hair transplant in the Beverly Hills, area hand placing every single graft into the hair line of many of his patients, grafting up to 3,000 hairs per day. This mindless tedious work has led to him creating a customized machine that aids him in the process of the hair transplant procedures he does in Beverly Hills

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There has been much discussion on what an acceptable transection rate should be, as well as transection rates between different hair transplant techniques.

For instance, some hair transplant experts claim that there is less of a transection rate with a strip procedure, while other experts claim that the newest automated hair transplant tools, such as the NeoGraft, CIT and Safes scribe systems, have the lowest transection rates.

While the transection rate at many hair transplant clinics is usually lower than 5%, it is also possible for it to be much higher than that. There have been reports of clinics that have up to a 50% transection rate, which of course is unacceptable by industry standards. Some clinics pride themselves in having only a 2% transection rate.

While each and every hair transplant clinic have their own transection rate, and perhaps only they will ever know what it really is, preventing transection ultimately becomes a matter of training and skill.

An inexperienced doctor would simply have a higher transection rate than someone who knows exactly how grafts should be harvested and implanted. Using the latest and most refined microsurgical tools also plays a role in keeping transection rates low.

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There are several steps a hair transplant clinic can take to ensure that their transection rate is as low as possible. First and foremost, a hair transplant clinic needs to have very high standards in order to keep their transection rates low.

And in addition to having a very skilled and experienced team on hand, regular quality controls should also be conducted, to make sure that as many hair follicles as possible are being used to their full potential. Lack of staff, poor technique, no quality control and sloppy work are all factors that can contribute to a higher transection rate.

 

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2825 Santa Monica Blvd, #303
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (310) 829-4291
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