frequently asked questions
the following are common terms used in the practice of hair restoration
Follicular unit a natural occurring structure in the skin that contains from one to four hair follicles and an oil gland
Follicular unit extraction a method of removing follicular units from the skin (most commonly from the scalp) one unit at a time (See details.)
Follicular unit grafting a surgical method utilizing stereoscopic microscopes to separate follicular units from the skin for use in hair transplantation. It is the gold standard in hair transplantation today (See details.)
Graft a general term in hair transplant surgery to describe a small piece of skin containing hair follicles; it may contain a single hair follicle, a single follicular unit (1-4 hair follicles), or many follicular units
Mega-session a hair transplant procedure involving the transplanting of at least 2000 follicular units during one surgery
Micro-graft a graft containing one hair follicle
Mini-graft a graft containing many follicular units; not cut with the use of a microscope these may result in a much less natural appearance
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50505 Schoenherr Road, Suite 325
Shelby Twp., MI 48315
285 N. Lilley Road
Canton, MI 48187
The Shelby Twp office is for consultations and procedures,
Our Canton office offers consultations only.
Our Shelby Twp. office is located in the Shelby Macomb Medical Mall on the west side of Schoenherr Road just south of 23 Mile Road.
Our Canton office is located on the northwest corner of Lilley and Cherry Hill near the KinderCare.