For men and women who wish to restore their own, growing hair, hair transplant surgery is the only proven, permanent solution. Simply put, hair transplant surgery consists of harvesting “donor hairs” from areas of your scalp that are genetically programmed to resist balding and transplanting them to bald and thinning areas.
The success of your hair transplant will be judged by how natural the transplanted hair looks and by how much coverage the transplant provides. It is important to know that you will never regain the density you had before you began losing your hair, but a good hair transplant could make your hair appear as thick as it did previously. To achieve the best possible outcome, it is crucial to place yourself in the hands of a qualified surgeon who, like Dr. Siporin, has significant experience performing the most advanced hair transplantation techniques.
Recent advances in hair transplantation technique have revolutionized the procedure. Performed on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia, state-of-the-art hair transplant surgery is not only minimally invasive, leaving no visible scar, but the results are impeccably natural.
Instead of the telltale “plugs” that characterized now-outdated methods of hair transplants, hairs are transplanted exactly the same way they grow, in naturally occurring follicular units of one, two, three, and four hairs. The hairs are placed at the precise angle and in the same direction they naturally grow and will blend seamlessly with your native hair. Your hairline will look natural because it is natural!
As you begin to explore the option of hair transplant surgery, it is important that you educate yourself about the procedure, your surgeon, and your suitability for hair restoration surgery. The results of hair transplant surgery are permanent so it pays to do your homework! To ensure that you get the coverage and natural hairline you deserve, please review the following topics and browse our photo galleries for examples of the results that Dr. Siporin has obtained for his patients: