Biofibre hair transplants are a novel technique to artificial hair transplants. It permits hair restoration for those who are not candidates for a natural hair transplant.
This treatment expands the pool of candidates for hair restoration to include individuals with disorders that preclude a natural hair transplant, such as scarring alopecia, late-stage male and female pattern baldness, and hair graft Overharvesting.
This procedure has been demonstrated to be fully safe in trials conducted over a two-year, three-year, and up to five-year period following the implantation of body-compatible synthetic hair fibers.
Biofibre hair transplants, like FUE transplants, involve scalp incisions and local anesthesia. The business claims 800 hair implants can be implanted in one hour. However, one session should not exceed 1,000 hair implants.
Biofibre hair transplants modify implant angles to seem natural. The scalp needs 2mm between implants to heal and secure them. Local anesthesia makes surgery painless, while paracetamol and ibuprofen can relieve soreness afterward.
A biofibre hair transplant is a restoration treatment involving implanting synthetic hair fibers made of a biocompatible substance into the scalp. This procedure is also known as a biofibre hair transplant. The following are some of the benefits that biofibre hair transplants offer: