on the FAS technique
At the BHR Clinic Spain we perform hair transplant techniques to treat baldness and alopecia and also provide other services like hair prosthesis for our patients. With the FAS no surgery is needed. It provides a perfect solution for alopecia patients who are not eligible or who do not wish to undergo a hair transplant.
Hair prosthesis are also called FAS (Follicular Alternative System) by Cesare Ragazzi. These fixed hair transplants differ from wigs and conventional hair prothesis because they are made to measure for every patient using real human hair. These prostheses are fixed to the scalp and are manufactured to respond the particular and individual needs of patients.
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The FAS Technique · Indications
The FAS Technique is highly indicated for patients who are not eligible or who do not with to undergo a hair transplant. The use of capillary prostheses can also be combined with hair transplant in some cases.
Patients with the following characteristics are eligible to undergo the FAS Technique:
- Women with androgenetic alopecia who are not eligible for transplant and are wishing to get more natural looks and increased hair density.
- Men with severe alopecia who cannot cover enough scalp surface or get enough hair density.
- Chemotherapy patients or patients with post-radiotherapy alopecia wishing to preserve their natural looks without using non-aesthetic wigs.
- Patients with scalp pathologies, where hair transplant cannot be indicated. Some of these pathologies are the Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia, the Lichen Planopilaris, the Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus, the Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia, among others.
The FAS Technique allows patients to lead a normal life. Daily habits can be maintained.
Patients choosing this particular technique to treat their hair issues go back to their daily routine quickly. There is no need to change any activity or alter their lives. They can
- Go to the swimming pool and to the beach for a swim.
- Sleep with their hair prosthesis on.
- Go to the hairdresser with their prosthesis on.
- Carry on their normal sporting activities.