The donor area is the area from which the grafts are taken. In this section we describe the major advantages HST offers for preserving the donor area. One of the most significant differences with traditional techniques is that with HST only a tiny part of the hair follicle is removed. The majority of the follicle is left it in the donor area where it will produce new hair. This preserves the donor area for future treatments, which is why this technique should actually be referred to as hair multiplication, rather than transplantation. Thanks to the specialised instruments it is impossible to take too much of the hair follicle. These tools allow us to retain the hair follicles in the donor area, so there are no unsightly scars and no visible loss of hair density. We also guarantee that the hairs in the donor area will largely grow back. OMICS Group distributes 700+ peer-reviewed journals of which 100+ are medical related. Medical journals are international scientific best open access journals, providing a platform for advances in Medical field. Similar to different fields of sciences, Medical is a wide and multidisciplinary science that is divided into various related sub-disciplines. Hair Therapy and Transplantation is the one of the scholarly open access journal which publishes articles about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the hair.
Last date updated on June, 2014