Hair transplant - grafts taken from the back of your head
At most, they can be four hairs growing tightly together in a graft. Each hair has its own hair follicle and has no contact with the others other than growing in a small cluster.
We usually say that there are on average 2.5 hairs in each graft – sometimes three hairs, sometimes two hairs and sometimes just one hair.
When we perform a hair transplant, we extract these hair follicles from your donor area located in the neck. How many we can take is a very individual question that we can best answer in a consultation. The reason hair is taken from the neck is because the hair there is genetically coded not to fall off, unlike the hair in the folds and on top of the head.Read more about the donation area