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Hair transplant for men

Hair loss often leads to psychological problems, especially in young men. Fortunately, we have the optimal solution for every type of problem, whether it be thin hair, set back, hair loss at the temples, a bald crown or bald spots in the beard. A hair transplant with our patented method offers an effective solution to your baldness.

To determine if the entire area is suitable for hair transplantation, it is necessary to evaluate the stage of baldness and the condition of the donor area. o understand if it is hereditary baldness or caused by other reasons. Getting the right diagnosis is important when deciding on treatment based on the results you want to achieve. Request a personal consultation with our doctor to receive all the information to decide and evaluate the best solution for your case.


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Hair loss at the temples is often the first sign of baldness in men. These photos before and after the treatment show that the original hairline can be restored with a hair transplant. This method restores the look but not the full coverage of the hair. Whether the entire area can be treated depends on the stage of baldness and the condition of the donor area.


Before the treatment

9 months after treatment with 1,280 grafts


We focus a lot of attention on the original hairline. A common mistake is to create a hairline that looks unnatural or too sharp and doesn’t fit the face very well. That’s why we will discuss the ideal hairline with you before the treatment. We can create the most natural looking hairline for your physiognomy.


Before the treatment

9 months after treatment with 2,490 grafts


Patient-Related Outcome Measures-PROM is extremely important in medical treatments. A PROM is a patient-related outcome of a treatment. A study of patients who were treated with the HST method revealed that their quality of life improved immediately after treatment. In addition to the proven cosmetic result, this improvement is important for people considering having a hair stem cell transplant.


Before the treatment

9 months after treatment with 1,240 grafts


Do you suffer from bald spots in your beard? Or is your beard and mustache not growing well and you wish they were fuller? We can solve the problem. The HST method is also suitable for facial treatments. Almost no scars are left, making this technique much more suitable than conventional hair transplant methods.


Beard and mustache before treatment

Beard and mustache after treatment


Discover the tailor-made solution

Advice can be very useful for both you and us. You will discover the technique, receive personal advice and have the opportunity to ask questions. Together with your doctor, you can discuss your options, wishes and expectations in detail. An individual treatment plan will then be developed specifically for your specific situation.

Hair transplant for men in Milan / Italy

The life of the hair is characterised by three phases: growth, then a period of transition and rest, and fall. The duration of the cycle varies from person to person, but generally it lasts between two and seven years. Depending on the type (blond, brown-brown or red), there are about 140 000 hairs for a blond person, 100 000 for browns and brunettes, 90 000 for redheads. Hair follicles carry between one and four hairs, and on average one bulb produces around 20 hairs in its lifetime.

Areas of the head subject to hair loss in the male

From a genetic point of view, only certain parts of the scalp are prone to hair loss. The parts most prone to falling off are the top of the temples, the top of the head and sometimes the whole head. The nape of the neck and the lower area of the temples are free from hair loss. Areas of hair loss are presented in a printout called the NORWOOD scale.

Causes of hair loss in men

The first symptoms of hair loss appear at the age of twenty, and amplify in their thirties. The consequences are aesthetic as well as psychological in many cases. One of the causes of hair loss is hereditary and therefore genetic: ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA. It is to be looked for in the maternal ancestry if males have been affected by hair loss. This alopecia is caused by the reduced ability of the 5-alpha-reductase enzyme, DHT, to synthesise the androgenic hormone dihydrotestosterone. This alopecia is caused by the reduced ability of the 5-alpha-reductase enzyme, DHT, to synthesise the androgenic hormone dihydrotestosterone. Hair loss is also caused by dysfunctional sebaceous glands in the production of sebum.

In adolescence, hormonal disturbances lead to the production of dandruff, which, soaked in sebum, disrupts the normal life cycle of the hair and can cause the bulb to atrophy. Stress ALOPECIA is another cause of hair loss; stress is also thought to cause a hormonal disturbance as already seen. In addition, stress can lead to continuous manipulation of the hair and thus ultimately to hair loss. ALOPECIA as a result of diets causing dietary deficiencies especially those intended for keratin synthesis, which occurs when the diet is deficient in proteins and amino acids. There are also medical treatments that cause temporary hair loss, such as chemotherapy.

Transplantation techniques

There are various hair transplantation techniques. Those that take the bulb from the donor area and transplant it into the recipient area by simply moving the same follicle from A to B (FUT, FUE). There is another technique that allows the follicles in the donor area to regenerate hair as they existed before the operation – the HST Hair Stem Cells technique. In this way, the hairs are multiplied in number and, if necessary, multiple transplants can be performed over time without depleting the donor area.

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FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) in the operating theatre a strip of scalp (STRIP) is taken from the donor area. A suture is then applied, creating a scar in the sutured area which remains evident with short hair. It is a technique that has to be performed by experienced surgeons, and is therefore expensive due to the use of operating theatres and skilled surgical staff. This is a real surgery.

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction)

With FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction), follicular units are taken from the donor area with circular scalpels (from a diameter of more than one millimetre to 0.8 millimetres). Sampling is done manually or with robotic units. Depending on the type of scalpel used, damage may be done to the follicles removed or to neighbouring follicles. This affects the percentage of regrowth of the transplanted hair. Each extraction corresponds to a small scar. All scars made cause fibrosis of the scalp which hardens. This may limit the number of subsequent transplants. This technique is often practised by novice doctors or less qualified personnel.

The health regulations of each country authorise the operators who can intervene: for Italy only qualified medical or nursing staff (the operating theatre is not necessary, only the surgery). In Turkey and other low-cost foreign countries, regulations are less demanding and unqualified or unsuitable operators may pose a risk to the patient. The economic impact of operations that do not comply with the most demanding health rules is certainly lower than that of FUT (unnecessary operating room and less qualified staff) or FUE performed in Italy. It is therefore necessary for the uninformed patient to beware of financially very low proposals for all the above risks.

HST (Hair Stemcell Transplantation)

HST (Hair Stemcell Transplantation) also called PL-FUT (Partial Longitudinal Follicular Unit Transplantation). This innovative and patented technique, which is the result of research by Dutch professor Conradus Chosal Gho, involves only partial extraction of the hair bulb. Specially designed surgical instruments measuring 0.5/0.6 millimetres are used. Partial extraction contains only a minimal amount of epidermal tissue: the stem cells of the regrowth are exposed and present in both the partially extracted portion and the portion remaining in the epidermis. The non-removed portion of the bulb regenerates within a few months the same type of hair growth as before the operation. In contrast, the harvested part has the hair stem cells directly exposed to the environment. The sample is immersed in a patented medicine complex: to allow it to survive, the sample is otherwise extremely free of adipose tissue and therefore extremely thin.

This patented medium, which among other medicinal components contains exosomes, gives the sample the strength and energy needed to survive and take root in the recipient area. The survival rate of this type of transplant is very high at between 95 and 98%. Bleeding is extremely low, the 0.6 millimetre incisions allow very close and very natural density. No bandaging is done at the end of the operation, unlike all other techniques.


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