Biofibre hair transplant is a type of hair restoration surgery that uses a variety of artificial hair to replace lost hair.
Biofibre hair transplant is most commonly used to treat male pattern baldness.
How Does it Work?
Biofibre hair transplant uses a thin layer of synthetic fiber to replace lost hair. The fiber is inserted into the scalp using a small, fine needle, and it forms a temporary patch until the new hair grows in. Biofibre is most commonly used to treat male pattern baldness. Still, it can also be used to fill areas where hair has been lost due to chemotherapy or radiation therapy or as a cosmetic treatment for women.
Who is a candidate for biofibre hair transplant?
Several factors determine who is a candidate for a bio fiber hair transplant. First and foremost, the person must have significant scalp loss. Second, the person must have healthy hair follicles remaining on the scalp. Third, the person must have enough donor hairs available for transplantation. Finally, the person must have good skin quality and no significant medical conditions.
Bio-fiber is a new, minimally-invasive hair restoration procedure. However, there are some risks associated with it.