Saturday, 18 October 2014

Hair Transplants – what can they be used for?

Most people realise that hair transplant surgery is most commonly used to treat males who are suffering from Male Pattern Hair Loss (MPHL) or androgenetic alopecia. However, hair transplants are often used to treat other things like –

- Occasionally Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL)

- Brow lift scars

- Hair loss that has resulted from a face lift

- General scalp or facial scarring (traumatic or surgical)

- Eyebrow hair loss (from over plucking, trauma, scarring, loss due to medication, and genetically thin/fine eyebrows)

- Cleft lip scars in adult males

- Patchy beards in males

Dr Rhett Bosnich has been performing hair transplant surgery for 8 years and has performed over 3000 hair transplant procedures. He performs hair transplant surgery for a number of different conditions – not just hair loss. But to do this he has had to undergo specialised training in a variety of techniques so that can apply his hair transplant skills using the correct surgical technique to achieve a good patient outcome.

At Newin Institute, Dr Rhett Bosnich and his technical staff perform manual and motorized FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction), FUG (Follicular Unit Grafting), combined FUG and FUE hair transplants and BHT (Body Hair Transplant). This enable Dr Bosnich to treat many of the less common conditions that require hair transplant surgery.

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