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After trying everything from shampoos, lotions, special creams, even electrical devices and hair pieces with poor results, a hair transplant is probably one of your best options.

It is very important to know and understand your treatment options. At Nader Medical, we will evaluate all the surgical and non-surgical options with you. A simple personal email can start your road to recovery, so what are you waiting for? All consultations are complimentary and free of charge. Dr. Nader will personally answer all your questions.

   

 

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Hair Removal Frequently Asked Questions

 

An e-mail is fast, free, and efficient. Consultation with Dr. Nader is free of charge, so why not send him an email and write down any questions you may have for him.

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What is Male Pattern Baldness and what causes it?

What are grafts?

Are the grafts microscopically dissected in Nader Medical?

How much experience do the technicians have using microscopes to dissect follicular units?

Does Dr. Nader use multiple blade knives to take out the donor area?

Do you have a sales representative or administrator that helps you with your consultations?

If I have a previous transplant, will you remove the old scar from the donor area?

Is there any risk of infection?

Does the transplanted hair actually grow?

Do you use nitrous oxide anesthesia?

 

 

What is Male Pattern Baldness and what causes it?

Normal hair growth can be considered as a balance between normal cyclic growth and hair loss, therefore hair loss can be considered when hair loss exceeds hair growth. Male pattern baldness begins with hair loss, and more specifically when more hair is falling than the one that is growing. This can begin from teenage years and becomes more apparent as men age. Don't think this is not common, as it affects 50% of the male population. This is because 50% of the population is genetically susceptible to a hormone called 5-dihydrotestosterone, or 5-DHT, which comes from testosterone produced normally in the body. All the genetically susceptible hair follicles which are located typically in the front and top of the scalp will begin to grow thinner and slower over the years, until eventually they completely stop growing and disappear.

What are grafts?

A graft is the medical term we use to call a small portion of skin with hair follicles. Initially there were punch grafts with 10 to 15 or more hairs (the doll plug effect), then minigrafts which consist of 5 or more hair follicles or a group of follicular units, micrografts which are a group of 1 to 4 hair follicles, and follicular units which is microscopically a unit of 1 to 4 hairs that lives together and grows together with the same blood and nerve supply.

Are the grafts microscopically dissected in Nader Medical?

Yes, we use only follicular units correctly identified and cared for under stereoscopic microscopy. Our precision and attention to detail gives our follicular unit preparation an excellent survival rate.

How much experience do the technicians have using microscopes to dissect follicular units?

Dr. Nader and his surgical staff are the same since the beginning of Nader Medical, our surgical staff have each dissected more than 1 million follicular units just in two years alone, and nothing less than fourth generation stereoscopic microscopes have been used, no magnifying glass to dissect or other instruments.

Does Dr. Nader use multiple blade knives to take out the donor area?

No, we wouldn't even think about it. Multiple blade knives are being used to excise the donor area, which makes the doctor and the surgical staff's work easier, but in that process the donor area suffers greatly when killing and transection of the hair bulbs occurs.

Do you have a sales representative or administrator that helps you with your consultations?

No. Dr. Nader is the only person that gives hair consultations, the only one that reads emails received, and the only one that can provide you with information regarding a hair transplant procedure. No other person is authorized in Nader Medical to provide personal or medical information about the procedures.

If I have a previous transplant, will you remove the old scar from the donor area?

Yes, and not only that, but we will leave a very thin scar where the previous one was. Where tension is a problem, we will use special protocols to alleviate the tension and help the scarring process heal properly and perfectly.

Is there any risk of infection?

We are proud to say that we have not had one single patient infected. We use only top sterile and disposable equipment, and we are very strict with sterility protocols and national as well as international safety procedure standards.

Does the transplanted hair actually grow?

The answer is yes, it will grow for the rest of your life, will turn grey as you age, and will continue to grow as it would in your donor area.

Do you use nitrous oxide anesthesia?

No, we do not use “laughing gas” to anesthetize you. Our protocol is local anesthesia and analgesics to ensure your comfort. No general anesthesia is used.

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