History & Development of Hair Transplantation
Modern transplant technique was first used in 1930s by Dr.Okuda, an expert dermatologist in Japan, for eyebrow and eyelash transplant. However, this method was not used for hair transplantation. For decades, the world was unaware of these studies of Japan, which became isolated after the World War II.
The first hair transplant of the modern age was heard in the 1950s, when dermatologist Norman Orentreich in New York, began to make hair transplants on male subjects. At first, the common opinion was that, if the hair is transplanted, it will not grow like the original. However, Orentreich proved that the transplanted hair remain stable and was growing as the original, by demonstrating this on the subjects. In 1970’s, dermatologist Dr. Orentreich issued the rules of hair transplantation.
By the end of 1998, American dermatologists Robert M. Bernstein and William R. Rassman published scientific articles describing the possibility of fully natural hair transplantation with Unit Exrtaction (FUE) technique.
It is noteworthy that these processes we apply today, are actually based on a quite long history. Hair loss treatments has made considerable progress with their evolving technology and handicraft; and hence they are providing very natural results.
Hair transplantation procedures are grouped under two main headlines:
– Folliculair Unit Transplantation (FUT)
– Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
+ Mikromotor Exrtaction
+ Manuel Extraction
Today, the more commonly used procedure is FUE. The extraction phase of this surgical procedure, which is becoming more and more common each day, can be performed in two different ways, Micromotor or Manual. Via Micromotor, extraction is rapid and without instant control. Via Manual FUE procedure, careful and elaborate extraction with instant control is practiced through hand sensitivity, which cannot be obtained by any machines, and at the same time, the control of the donor area is also covered.
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