It is a surgical procedure to treat baldness, comprising the transfer of hair from the back of the head to an area that lacks hair.


Yes. The transplanted hair lasts for life and will grow naturally. After eight months to a year it will have a very good appearance.

This depends on the extent of your baldness and the number of surgeries to be carried out. However, you will not have the hair you had when you were 14- or 15-year-old.

No. The surgery is painless and so is the post-surgery period.


No. Prior to surgery, the doctor checks your state of health and the surgery is painless with the use of a local anaesthetic.

After three days you can return to your routine, but you must avoid some tasks which the doctor will explain.

It depends on your degree of baldness and the donor area/bald area ratio. Normally we suggest various surgery appointments in order to monitor the evolution of the patient’s baldness.

There may be some cases of infection but these will only occur if the medical advice is not followed.
If this is carefully followed then there will be no difficulties.

Of course, provided there is considerable loss of hair, surgery is recommended unless the problem is due to some other cause.

Several, although everything depends on the amount of hair available in the donor area, it is vital to manage this area well.

It varies from case to case, usually no more than a 5% loss.


No. In our case, we choose to carry out several small surgeries in order to lower the cost per surgery and we monitor the evolution of our patients’ baldness throughout their lives.


You should discuss this with the doctor and, depending on your specific case, a decision can be taken on which technique to choose.

No. You should consult the doctor and even start medical treatment prior to surgery. You can have the surgery when you are slightly bald.