Strip Hair Transplant in Talizi
The Strip method obtains hair from the back of the head in the form of strips of skin covered with hair.
The surgeon cuts a strip from the back of the head and then stitches the skin back together using degradable thread. The stitches dissolve a short time after the surgery. Then, 9-12 months later, following full hair growth, the scar tissue from the extraction becomes virtually invisible.
The Strip method of hair restoration is suitable for patients with levels III–VII of androgenic hair loss, as defined by the Norwood scale. It is possible to extract a large number of grafts (up to 6,000) per surgery using the Strip method.
If necessary, a repeat surgery can be performed within one year of the procedure.