The history of hair transplantation

Mikromotor FueThe hair transplantation was first conducted by the Japanese dermatology specialist Dr. Okuda in 1940’s. However, Dr. Okuda lost his life in 2nd World War and his scientific publications were discovered after years. In 1970’s, American dermatologist Dr. Orentreich published the principles of hair transplantation and American dermatologist Dr. Benstain released his scientific article, which laid the foundations of the idea that natural hair transplantation is completely possible by means of follicular unit transfer.

During this process up to today, heart transplantation has reached its most successful phase in terms of achieving the most natural hair appearance as the development of technology and accumulation of experiences. Fue method, is a heart plantation model that is based on receiving the each hair strand on the neck area between two ears separately with micro-motor.

Among these, The positive aspect of this method includes completely natural outcomes, very little bleeding, no forming of a visible scar an a short recovery period for the patient. By opening channel’s in the transplantation area, extracted grafts are transplanted in a one or two row tandem and similar to the patient’s own hair directions with the most natural appearance outcomes. At this point, success of the operation is of critical importance. We make use of the formulation of Leonardo Da Vinci fort he calculation of hair allocation.

The formulation is as follows: Half of the distance from the bros to the chin is this half distance from the upper side of the brow. Therefore, each patient has a different appearance. This gives our patients a unique specialty in terms of naturalness. The aim here is not only heart follicle transplantation, but also tp achieve maximum naturalness in the new hair.