The MaxHarvest Technique creates maximum density for a fraction of the cost"
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) June 28, 2011
Dr Brett Bolton, Medical Director at GreatHairTransplants.com has launched his new MaxHarvest surgical hair restoration procedure. In today’s economic conditions and the employment market being what it is people need to look their best. Most of the workforce has always been image based and losing your hair will certainly not help in creating more opportunities. People need to look their best. More hair has always meant a more youthful and complete presentation. When you look at different hair loss options, by creating this hair surgery technique and the number of hairs it moves, the procedure is more affordable than all other hair transplants which price by the graft. When searching for a permanent solution for hair loss, the MaxHarvest procedure should be at the very top of the list.
The MaxHarvest hair transplant is defined as a maximum yield of donor tissue. Dr Bolton and his team, then dissect the tissue according into custom groupings or bundles that are referred to as multiple follicular unit bundles. “I use only single hair follicular units for the entire frontal hairline and temporal peaks. However, my issue has always been about the density that a common follicular unit transplant does not provide,” quotes Dr Bolton. It is for this reason the MaxHarvest technique was born. The actual hair density created behind the hairline has always been an issue. By grouping follicular units together you can the best of both worlds. The hair remains in its natural state which is extremely important to all patients. However, after one full year of recovery and growth, it seems mostly all patients are asking about the density. That is where the MaxHarvest has the advantage. Let’s take a look at how the MaxHarvest technique is changing the industry of hair transplants.
The science behind the MaxHarvest technique is simple. The donor area or also referred to as the safe zone, is the area in the back of the head where hair is genetically programmed never to fall out. Conventional hair transplants have always been planned based on a number of follicular unit “grafts” the patient would need in any given area. The main issue with a conventional follicular unit hair transplant procedure is the majority of all grafts only contain one or two hairs. Another issue is called tissue manipulation. When an assessment is made by the graft, it opens the door to dissecting the tissue into as many grafts that may be needed to hit a number. When the procedure is assessed by the hair, there is no opportunity for tissue manipulation. Dr Bolton’s MaxHarvest technique leaves no margin for error. The procedure is based on hairs, not grafts. That way you know exactly what you are getting. Using this same example, Dr Bolton will bundle follicular units together to create more density. However, the units will still lie in their natural state. This insures a completely natural result. The combination of a maximum number of hairs to start with, multiple follicular bundle groupings, and artistic angulations will create a thicker, fuller result in just one procedure.