Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
As cosmetic surgery continues to advance, the hope for both the surgeon and the patient is a procedure that is minimally invasive with the least amount of discomfort for the patient as well as a short recovery time. The same is true for surgical hair loss solutions.
Hair restoration today is one of the most effective permanent solutions for both men and women experiencing hair loss - and is becoming more mainstream than ever before. Malextra.com, a mens online magazine, listed hair transplant as the number one cosmetic beauty trend for 2012 in an article about celebrity trends on January 7. Once celebrities like Wayne Rooney began to open up about their satisfactory hair transplants, more people started inquiring about how they could improve their shrinking hairlines. And what has been trending more than ever is one technique adopted by many surgeons, Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). FUE is a hair harvesting method of hair transplantation.
How Follicular Unit Extraction works is each follicular unit is extracted individually from the donor area (the ring of hair around the back of the scalp), and then the follicular grafts are individually transplanted into the balding area (called the recipient area). There are several benefits of Follicular Unit Extraction for the right candidate. FUE is an option for patients who are looking to avoid the scarring typically left from Strip Harvesting, another technique for hair transplantation. Strip Harvesting leaves a small linear scar on the back of scalp that is covered up by the hair. FUE leaves tiny incision scars on the back of the scalp that are covered up by the hair as well -but they are tiny incisions that should be virtually invisible.
About Beverly Hills Hair Restoration
Beverly Hills Hair Restoration is a clinic dedicated to both hair transplant surgery and hair loss prevention worldwide. BHHR is one of the leading hair restoration clinics to offer minimally invasive surgical hair loss solutions that yield natural results for their patients.