The extracted grafts from the donor area contain different numbers of hair strands, as is known. A single graft comprises 2 or 3 hair strands; in some people it can even be found in a group of 4, varying from person to person.
For a good hair transplant process and a successful hair transplant result, it is very important to extract these hair strands groups from the donor area without any damage. These extracted roots are then shifted to the pre-determined recipient areas.
Here is it, it is very important to separate and weed out the grafts to be placed in the front zone of the implanted area, that is the front line zone.
It is vitally important to implant as many single hair strands as possible to gain a more natural and beautiful look after the follicles are transplanted into the front line area.
We call it microscopic hair transplantation. With the help of a microscope, we separate these follicles with single hair grafts and insert these separated grafts into the front line region. Through this approach, we can achieve an undetectable, and natural result with full density. We, as the Long Hair Center family, apply this procedure in every hair transplant operation, without exception.
The most important factor to remember is that a successful hair transplant is achieved by the implementation of all these finely detailed processes.
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