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Fleche Luxury Hair Transplant

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Quintessential services, Refined tailored made treatment and Cutting edge technology

Our surgeons will determine the best technique and will customize your experience based on your needs in order to reach the best results. Our center offers all surgical treatments available in the world.

FOLLICULAR UNIT EXTRACTION (FUE)

With Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE harvesting, individual follicular units containing 1 to 4 hairs are removed under local anesthesia; this micro removal typically uses tiny punches of between 0.6mm and 1.0mm in diameter. The surgeon then uses very small micro blades or fine needles to puncture the sites for receiving the grafts, placing them in a predetermined density and pattern, and angling the wounds in a consistent fashion to promote a realistic hair pattern.  

UNSHAVEN FUE

Hairs are extracted one by one from a donor area. The UNSHAVEN FUE treatment is more delicate and requires huge skill on the part of your surgeon to spot the healthiest hairs. Once the hair is extracted, the strands of hair are cut off, leaving only the grafts to be implanted. The grafts are then blended into the thinning or balding areas in such a way as to match the natural growing characteristics of your original hair

PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)

PRP is a treatment for hair restoration. It is a simple, non-surgical procedure where a patient’s own Platelet Rich Plasma from their blood is injected into the scalp to stimulate hairgrowth and provide fuller and healthier looking hair. The procedure takes approximately 60 minutes and provides reliable results with a very quick recovery period. It is perfect for patients looking for a cheaper alternativeto a full hair transplant but is also used to supplement a hair transplant procedure.

BODY HAIR TRANSPLANT

Body hair transplant uses the same principles of extraction as FUE, however hair is extracted from the body instead of the scalp. The procedure is recommended when there is insufficient scalp donor hair. The doctor who performs body hairtransplant must already be able to competently perform FUT/FUE surgery . Body hair can be used to densify a bald area in the scalp when the donor area is not enough productive in follicular units to cover the bald area.

FACIAL HAIRTRANSPLANT

Facial hair transplantation is a commonly performed surgical procedure designed to transplant scalp hair to facial regions lacking density and fullness. This procedure can be performed on beards, mustache areas, sideburns, cheeks and goatee.

SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION

Micropigmentation is an aesthetic technique that foresees the introduction of specific pigments into the skin in order to modify, to correct, to embellish and to balance some parts of the body and of the face. In order to achieve the perfect and precise deposit of the pigment in the superficial dermis, specific needles are used. Through the years, thanks to the research and the experience, it has been possible to identify different application fields for this technique that in the beginning was linked to the permanent makeup. Nowadays, micropigmentation is divided in three categories: aesthetic, corrective, reconstructive

BEARD AND MOUSTACHE TRANSPLANT

Reconstruction of Beard and Mustache We can reconstruct a beard, a mustache or a goatee from hair that come from the scalp. Once the hair have been transplanted, it will grow up as facial hair. We can cut, shave or leave them to the desired length. Today more and more men grow beards, goatee and mustache. The demand for reconstruction of the beard and mustache is on an increasing rate. Many people are being influenced by many Hollywood stars like George Clooney, Ryan Gosling and Ben Affleck.





Frequendly Asked Questions
Hair transplant is generally used to treat MPB & FPB, but not Alopecia Areata or Trichotillomania cases. Just because people retain hair around the sides and back of their head does not mean they are suitable for a transplant. Extensive research must be done to ensure that the person is aware of what can be achieved and the doctor is clear on realistic goals. After a thorough consultation process, transplants are often a compromise between . doctor and patient.
The idea here is simple. Male-pattern baldness does not affect the hair on the sides and back of your head. This allows the movement of grafts to an area of thinning while maintaining its natural characteristics
Hair transplants are not just about technical ability but also a talent for design, especially when creating the front hairline. A doctor with a gift for design will create the most natural looking head of hair, virtually indecipherable from original hair. This will be the difference between a good transplant and a great one.
This depends on the procedure and the amount of grafts placed. Strip procedures of 5,000 grafts plus are completed in one day while FUE procedures over 1,500 grafts are budgeted for consecutive days, i.e., 3,000 FUEs over two consecutive days.
Hair transplants are considered minor surgical procedures performed with just a mild sedative under a local anesthetic. Many say the administrative element is the worst part of the procedure. Strip procedures can be slightly more uncomfortable, particularly post-op, with tightness around the suture, and this may last for a few days. Post-op is less dramatic with the FUE procedure than a FUT/Strip although in general a mild painkiller will relieve any discomfort.
There is no simple answer to this question. Each technique has its pros and cons. That is why a consultation is vital in deciding which procedure is best suited for the individual’s goals, stage of hair loss and long-term happiness.
There are very few health risks associated with hair transplant, but we still take all necessary medical precautions with surgical procedures. Risks are typically related to the healing process and even post-op infection is very unlikely if you follow the instructions and take the medications provided.
This can depend on the procedure. Recipient sites heal at the same speed for either procedure but donor healing may vary. In the recipient area there will be short shafts of hair surrounded by a small scab. You begin to wash your hair the day after the procedure. The scabs are washed away gradually and the shafts of hair fall out. This normally takes 10-12 days until there is very little to see.
With the strip in the donor area, the suture can be hidden if your hair is kept long. The suture can be removed 10 days post-op but the area will remain a little red for a month while the skin tissue relaxes. With FUE in the donor area, the punches are hidden by your hair growth. Even after seven days it is hard to see any signs of the transplant while they heal.
Swelling can occur on the forehead, especially in large procedures that involve hairline creation. This is normal, starts the day after the procedure and typically last three days. There is no danger to your health or the success of the procedure. Gentle massage and an ice pack will keep this to a minimum.
Although the procedure is classed as minor, it is still surgery so a couple of days rest is advised. The cosmetic signs of the Hair Transplant will last for a couple of weeks, so depending on your lifestyle and/or job you may wish to wait until there are no visible signs. Medically speaking, however, it is perfectly feasible to return to work within couple of days.
Physical activity is not advised for a number of weeks after the procedure. There are a number of reasons for this. The cardiovascular system should not be tested while the grafts are still embedding themselves into the recipient area and any scar line could stretch if there is pressure or pulling on the scalp skin tissue.
Post-op care helps stop infection and speeds the healing process. Products include anti-bacterial cleansers and shampoos, which are generally used for the first two weeks before returning to your regular products.
Donor management is vital to the long-term happiness of the patient. Obviously we have a finite amount of hair to transplant, so it is important to use it wisely. The patient must be aware of the limitations as well as of factors such as future hair loss, age, hair loss classification and desired goals. Some men have home-run hair and can treat any degree of hair loss whereas others are limited in terms of coverage.