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  • Opening hours

    Monday

    10 - 19

    Tuesday

    10 - 19

    Wednesday

    10 - 19

    Thursday

    10 - 19

    Friday

    10 - 19

    Saturday

    10 - 18

    Sunday and holidays

    Closed

  • Contact

    081 511 75 70

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    Gerichtsstrasse 4

    8610 Uster

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Our offer in Uster

HAIR & SKIN Uster offers consultations, hair transplants and PRP treatments for hair and skin in Uster.

Our treatments in Uster

You only pay for your treatment

Both consultation and check-up appointments are free of charge and without obligation at HAIR & SKIN. You only pay for your treatment. We accept most payment methods. Payment by instalments is possible.

Our prices

Our clinic

The HAIR & SKIN clinics have nothing to do with the ordinary appearance of a clinic. Here, modern architecture meets sleek design. Precision and aesthetics are at the forefront.

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Hair transplantation

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Long Hair Transplantation

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Frequently asked questions

  • What method of hair transplants does HAIR & SKIN offer?

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    We perform hair transplants exclusively performing the FUE method. With this method, hair follicles, or grafts, are removed individually with a very fine hollow needle. The follicles are transplanted to the new location immediately after removal. The small extraction holes of the hollow needle grow back within a very short time after the procedure.

    Advantages of this method of operation:

    • A complete shave is not necessary with the FUE method (but recommended). Only the donor area at the back of the head is shaved.
    • We "harvest" hair follicles gently, without cutting out skin with a scalpel.
    • No visible scars remain.
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