The donor area is at the back of the scalp taking from back or below the ears cutting from one end to the other. The angle and thickness of the donor strip is pre-determined at the consultation session at Harley Hair transplant fue (http://www.harleybodyclinic.co.uk/
The Donor Strip is cut in the length and depth that is pre-determined at the consultation session examining on the patient’s skin elasticity. Usually the skin strip is about 20cm long from one ear to the other and not more than 2cm thick. Once the strip of skin is safely removed it is put into a holding solution that mimics the same properties as the body fluids that is required to restore the hair follicles from shock. And the wound of the skin opening is closed and sewn together with either dissolvable sutures or staples.
Graft Dissection is the next step that takes place while the donor area is being closed and the recipient area prepared. The skin strip is placed under a stereo microscope; and in that one strip of skin will contain more than 2000 hair follicular units that are baldness resistant. The follicular units with 2-5 hair follicles will be carefully and skillfully dissected with a little amount of fatty tissue making a complete hair graft that is immediately placed under a holding solution. While the graft dissection is under process, the surgeons will create the recipient site, where the grafts will be ultimately implanted.
Recipient site is referred to the bald area that is prepared by while the graft dissection is being conducted at the laboratory. This is done with a scalpel specially designed with a fine tip and maintaining a consistent topography and angle making tiny slits to hold the hair grafts. This is made following a pre-marked pattern.
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