Manual process guarantees optimum results
With the many offers on the net, you can quickly lose track of things and mistakenly come to the conclusion that the most convenient method could be the best. However, this is not the case. With the manual method, the method we use, the grafts are implanted by hand into small prepared sections. These incisions are made with a special scalpel at a pre-defined angle to make the implantation discreet and natural.
The insertion of each individual graft is done by hand and allows – in contrast to the implantation by pen – a precise natural alignment – a considerable advantage when combing the hairstyle later, since the direction of growth of the remaining hair is taken into account. This is something that is not possible with the DHI method, for example, because the desired direction cannot be influenced in this way. This fact makes your hair look much more natural, almost as if you had never had anything done. That’s why the manual method is a bit more cumbersome, but ensures the best results.
The width of the incisions is adapted to the size of the grafts, whereby usually three column sizes are created. The first smaller columns are filled with only one hair. The medium size version has two hairs and the larger columns can hold up to four hairs. A decisive advantage of the manual method is the gentle aspect of the implantation. The graft must be treated gently in order not to be damaged. The follicles adapt quickly to the new region and anchor quickly in the skin.
In conclusion, the years of experience of our hair transplant professionals have shown that the highest satisfaction rate can be achieved with this method. These are precisely the advantages that have led us to standardise the manual method:
No damage to the grafts
Direction of growth can be influenced
The density can be distributed more consciously
Hardly any scars visible