Hair Transplant Surgery
and Restoration by Dr. Bouhanna
In the hair transplant center of Dr. Bouhanna in Paris, before selecting the most suitable hair treatment, a complete assessment of the hair and scalp will be performed including a root exam using a microscope or a phototrichogram.
Keeping your hair or re-growing them will often be achieved through the use of the most modern medical hair treatments.
Rediscovering your hair painlessly and definitively will be possibly by choosing the grafting technique the most suited to your hair. This includes either the long hair transplant without shaving FUL, or the Follicular Unit Extraction FUE after shaving the relevant area.
Each procedure will be selected appropriately for the individual man or woman, taking into account any other factors such as age, ethnicity or other relevant factors for each individual.
The patient will be informed about the precise location of hair transplants on the scalp, beard or eyebrows.
Anesthesia (topical cream and/or injections) allows for the painless removal and implantation of hair grafts. Most often a bandage or dressing is not necessary and the hair can be washed the next day. Some of the long grafted hair can continue to grow.
How the center operates
Doctors, surgeons, medical assistants and secretaries will arrange everything necessary to finding the cause of the loss, assessing the severity of the loss and determining with precision the number of hair implants required either by FUL long hair implants or by FUE extraction to allow a definitive reconstruction of all affected areas.
The Doctor’s Philosophy
The goal of Dr. Pierre Bouhanna, a dermatological surgeon, hair transplant specialist, and his team is to practice the different variation of hair transplantation and to establish a treatment plan adapted and personalized so that each and every patient definitively rediscovers his or her hair with little or no scarring. It is part of the Doctor’s mission to continue his evaluation of the number of hair grafts (FUE or FUL) necessary as technology and medical advances evolve over the coming years.