How does bosley hair restoration work?
Not medical advice: Bosley does a Hair Transplant Surgery. It is described as a simple, outpatient procedure.
First the donor sample is collected: The patient is given a local anesthesia. Then a strip of of hair is taken. The area is sutured and is usually concealed by the remaining hair.
Next, the Bosley hair transplantation staff separates the strip into "follicular units", each containing up to four hair follicles.
The last step is putting the follicles into the "recipient" area. This involves making a small incision for each follicular unit. After the surgery the hair should grow naturally and with maximum coverage.
Bosley also offers Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), a hair transplant technique in which follicular units are removed directly from the donor area (non strip method) and transplanted to desirable areas.