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  • How to take your photos

  • 1. Front and Top

    These angles need to be photographed clearly as they usually represent the areas you want to transplant. On the photos we want to clearly see the temples, the scalp and the hairline.

  • 2. Slightly Back and Side

    We need to be able to see the temples from a different angle, but also the donor area that extends the longest of the neck.

  • 3. Rear view and top

    We need to see the donor area in the neck, to indicate whether it is even possible to carry out a transplant. Then we also want to see the scalp as it is usually one of the transplanted areas.

If you have questions regarding a hair transplant but have difficulties visiting us at the clinic? Now you have the opportunity to do an online consultation.

We are aware that many lives in other cities or have a hard time getting time to visit us at the clinic for a consultation. We therefor now offer online consultations for those who are considering a hair transplant.

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Hair Loss

To suffer sudden hair loss or watch your natural hair grow thinner can be a very difficult experience.

Hair loss has many different causes – genetic, heredity, diet, physical or psychological trauma, or possibly different medications. In most cases there is however a suitable solution and with 12 years of practice we have great knowledge and experience.

About hair loss

To suffer sudden hair loss or watch your natural hair grow thinner can be a very difficult experience.

Hair loss has many different causes – genetic, heredity, diet, physical or psychological trauma, or possibly different medications. In most cases there is however a suitable solution and with 12 years of practice we have great knowledge and experience.

Hair diseases

There are several hair diseases – some of them are easy to cure while others can only be decelerated as there is no permanent cure.

Here we describe some of the most common hair diseases, what they mean and what can be done about them.

The construction of a hair

Hairs have an onion-shaped root that is enclosed by a hair follicle. If there is no nerve or blood supply to the hair, you could say that the hair is dead.

The growth of the hair is at its fastest between the age of 15 to 35 years, and on average the hair grows approximately 1 cm per month. The hair is typically divided into three different parts: the cuticula, or the sheath cells, that are the hard-outer layer of the hair. The cuticula consists of translucent, overlapping and scale-like cells that grow from the head towards the end of the hair.

The scale-like layer is thin and colorless and is meant to protect the middle layer – cortex. The cortex constitutes the largest part of the hair and is built by round cells. The cortex is important for the strength and elasticity of the hair, and it is also where the pigment that gives us our hair colour exists.

The innermost layer of the hair is called medulla, or the medullary space, and consists of round cells. People with very thin hair might be missing the medulla in their hair.

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