Smart-Selection Method – A full head of hair is one of the most important physical assets for any human being. Just as it is the case with the rest of the body, it is important to take good care of hair. Many men and women are facing hair loss problems today, and from a very early age – due to various causes such as poor diet, lack of physical activity, insufficient sleep or rest and a generally unhealthy lifestyle. Hereditary causes are also responsible for many cases of balding and hair thinning. This makes hair transplant in Turkey so important. Find out why it is important to separate single, double, tripled and quadrupled haired grafts. Smart-Selection Method
Follicular units can be typically found in single, double, tripled or quadrupled graft groupings. When implanted, this is the way they usually grow. Sometimes, however, surgeons tend to “split” the bigger grafts to create single units for achieving a more refined hairline. Surgeons begin by the extraction of hair that they use during the latter part of the session. Once hair is extracted, they are separated by staffs into triple, double or single hair piles. After this, incisions are created in the recipient areas where hairs are supposed to be grafted.
In some cases, more than hair follicular units have to be dissected for making single hair grafts, particularly while making a new hairline. In all transplant techniques, as conducted in reputed hair restoration clinics such as SHIFT Hair Transplant, hair is moved in natural clusters – whether they are single, double, triple or quadruple grafts. However, the hair follicles are those that are transplanted in actuality. In case 3- 4 hair follicles are transplanted into a single recipient area; 3 hairs are supposed to appear at the end of the cycle. This method is called Smart-Selection and it got the name by SHIFT Hair Transplant medical team. Smart-Selection Method
When it comes to dealing with acute cases of baldness, covering more area, more than one graft or micro-grafts can be needed. As these are transplanted and harvested in more than one group, the whole process might not be too challenging like the single graft transplantation. The process is also more cost-effective as a result.
There is just one disadvantage with micro-grafts, as the scalp can look patched and patients are unable to wear too short with this technique. However, the surgery time is quicker with this kind of hair graft – given that it is possible to transplant more hair follicles in just one session.