Your hair plays a huge role in your appearance, as well as your self-confidence. If you want to make sure you look and feel as good as possible without balding and thinning patches, no need to worry! Baja Hair Center provides hair transplant in Mexico. With our Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) procedures, you will find that you have all that is needed to regain thicker hair on your head and boost your self-confidence! Our hair transplant procedures offer several advantages:
Sara Lea Salas is a Board Certified Dermatologist with a sub-specialty in hair restoration.
Natural-looking hair. One of the key benefits of hair transplantation is that it uses your own hair, so you don’t have to worry about synthetic materials giving your secret away. Our skilled team also makes sure that we help you harness the full potential of the procedure. We do this by creating hairline zones that look seamless.
Permanent solution. DHT is among the main causes of balding. This hormone inhibits the dermal papilla’s ability to carry out its most important function: facilitate the growth of hair. In some areas, the follicles are so damaged that they begin to miniaturize and thin out. Hair transplant involves picking grafts from your donor site (any of the healthy hair zones) to be transferred to the problem area. This new graft contains healthy cells from the dermal papilla, so you can look forward to normal growth.
Convenient method. Most sessions are finished in less than a day. You can conveniently book the procedure to suit your schedule, and you’re safe in the knowledge of going home with the results that you wanted.
At Baja Hair Center, surgical hair transplantation is a simple, outpatient procedure. During your consultation, Dr. Salas has a video she can show you of the process. You will go through these steps: Your hair transplant procedure, Anesthesia, and donor hair removal, Once your plan is confirmed, you will receive a local anesthetic and your physician will remove the donor strip. The donor area is then sutured; this will usually leave a thin scar that is easily concealed by the remaining hair. Separation of follicular units Our skilled surgical hair transplantation staff divides the donor strip into its follicular groupings, or units, each containing one, two, three or four hair follicles (a much more refined technique than plugs).
Perfectly Random Nature’s hairlines are perfect because they are random. Hairs don’t line up in a row like the bristles of a toothbrush—they randomly grow here and there, follicular units are artfully placed, our of sequence, so they mimic the randomness of nature. Preparing the recipient sites You’ll receive local anesthesia in the recipient area of your scalp and the physician makes a tiny incision for each individual follicular unit. The detailed attention to location, depth, and angle ensures a completely natural-looking hairline and graft area. You get 100% attention from Dr. Salas as she is the ONLY Dr. to perform your procedure.
Placement of grafts
Under the direction and supervision of Dr. Sara Lea Salas, the surgical hair transplantation staff places the grafts into the donor sites. and two hair follicular units are placed in front, while three and four hair follicular units are placed at the top and back for maximum coverage and density.
Solutions for Hair Loss
Hair loss affects men and women, young and old alike. This leads to millions of dollars being spent on hair restoration products every year by people suffering from hair loss. More often than not, these hair loss products fall short of their promise of total regrowth.
Non-surgical Hair Growth Options
Although you may find a variety of hair loss products on the market, there are only two drug categories used to treat common hereditary hair loss that are FDA-approved.
Hair Growth Stimulators
Hair growth stimulators are topically applied to the scalp. They stimulate hair growth by adding a positive growth-enhancing substance to follicles. Topical Minoxidil is the lone direct hair growth stimulator with an FDA approval. Typically used twice a day, this drug is simply applied to the scalp. While a 5% foam and solution for men and a 2% solution for women are approved, there are marked differences in Minoxidil’s effects on both genders. Men have reported a positive drug experience with decrease in hair loss and hair count increase. There are no conclusive reports about the effect of Minoxidil use in women. Continued use of Minoxidil has to be ensured or hair growth and other improvements will eventually cease and the hair loss pattern will return.
Sold as Propecia, the FDA-approved drug Finasteride is a synthetic 4-azasteroid compound. The main action of Finasteride is to inhibit the enzyme type one 5 alpha-reductase – the enzyme that converts testosterone to DHT in men. DHT is a male hormone that shrinks follicles until hair can no longer be produced. A prescription pill, Finasteride can only be taken by men and must be continually taken or any improvement will be reversed. The Permanence of hair transplants remains as the only medically-approved permanent solution to hair loss issues. Applicable to both men and women, hair transplantation has been established as the most effective way to restore hair. The simple procedure involves transplanting follicles and hair from an area of the head to the area with hair loss or thinning. While results may not be the same for everyone, hair transplants are favored by people who prefer a permanent and natural-looking solution for hair loss.
Here at Baja Hair Center, we provide permanent and medically-approved hair loss treatment. Our Board Certified Dermatologist and Hair Restoration Specialist, Dr. Sara Lea Salas, has performed numerous hair transplants in Mexico and several in other countries, with highly-successful results. We are proud to be the only hair restoration clinic in Tijuana that offers certified Follicular Unit Extraction AND Follicular Unit Transplantation in a surgical facility with the highest certification by the AAAASF of any facility in Mexico. AAAASF is an international certification agency located in the US.