Hair transplantation (follicular unit transplantation) is a method of treating baldness, where follicular units are grafted directly from the donor site without any surgery. The procedure is carried out using a circular scalpel that is one millimetre in diameter. The follicle is removed from the scalp and moved to the recipient site.

Is hair transplantation what I need?

  • Yes, my hairline is receding and it’s very thin.
  • Yes, my hair is falling out and I’m going bald on top.
  • Yes, I’d like thicker hair in areas that worry me.

If you have decided to undergo a hair transplant, please book a consultation time with our specialist, during which we will discuss your expectations and how they can be met with the procedure.
During the consultation, which lasts about an hour, the doctor will give you a detailed description of what happens before and after the procedure as well as of the procedure itself. We will ask you about your health and habits, and answer all of your questions. It is important for us to know about any allergies, whether you smoke and any other health-related habits you have.

Hair transplantation procedure

As a rule, the donor site from which the hair follicles are removed is the back of the head. The follicles are then prepared for transplantation using a stereomicroscope. The microscopic method makes it possible to prepare the follicles without damaging them. Using a microscope also makes it possible to remove the skin around the follicle, which prevents scarring. The follicular units that have been prepared for transplant contain one to three hairs.
Transplanting the follicular unit is a very important stage, as it determines how natural the results will look. Using an implanter makes it possible to check the depth of the transplanted follicular unit in the scalp, the angle (10-45 degrees) and the direction. This guarantees the most natural result possible. The implanter is used to transplant the follicular unit from the donor site to the recipient site. Covering a bald spot of average size takes 4-6 hours.
The surgeon will examine you after the procedure and give you a personal aftercare programme before discharging you from the clinic.


The implanter is a medical instrument developed for the transplanting of hair follicles (follicular units). Only a few clinics have begun using it.

Wound care

The hair transplantation procedure leaves no scarring or wounds. The transplant sites may be a little red and tender at first, and you may also get a low-grade headache. These symptoms will disappear within a couple of days.


Hair transplantation leaves no scars on your skin.

Final result 

The initial swelling will go down and the initial results of the procedure will become visible within a couple of days of the surgery. However, you will have to wait for up to ten months to see the proper results. The transplant procedure produces results that are permanent, and up to 90% of the transplanted hair will start growing if it is looked after properly.


"I had my hair transplant surgery done 11 months ago and have the most amazing results. Dr. Sertšenkov were very skillful and professional. Now I have a strong and thick hair. Great experience!"

Richard (52), from Denmark

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