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Frequently asked questions

General Questions

  • Which payment methods are accepted by HAIR & SKIN? Is payment by installments also possible?

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    At HAIR & SKIN you can pay by credit card, debit card or bank transfer. You can either pay the entire amount at once, or comfortably in monthly installments. In principle, installments starting at 2% of the total price are possible. You can determine the amount of your installments yourself and it will be discussed in each individual case. Thanks to our 0% financing, there is no interest on the remaining amount for the installment payment.

  • How much does the initial consultation at HAIR & SKIN cost?

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    The initial consultation with our doctor is free of charge and without obligation.

  • What form of hair loss do I have and what helps against it?

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    You will find out which form of hair loss is present in your case from our doctors during an initial, non-binding consultation. As part of this initial consultation, a medical examination of your scalp will also take place, which is based, among other things, on our HairMetrix procedure. In our HairMetrix procedure, special images of your scalp are taken. It is not necessary to cut your hair. Thanks to fully automated analysis in real time, the results are available for immediate evaluation. Based on this initial examination, our doctor will recommend a suitable therapy for you and create an individual treatment plan for you.

  • What are the most common forms of hair loss?

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    The two most common forms of hair loss are androgenetic alopecia and diffuse alopecia.

    Androgenetic alopecia:

    • is hereditary,
    • occurs in almost 90 percent of all men over 21 years of age
    • increasingly occurs in women as well.

    In androgenetic alopecia, the temples and back of the head are affected.
    Initially, receding hairline areas form at the temples.
    This is followed by the back of the head with hair loss in the form of tonsure.

    Diffuse alopecia:

    • manifests with progressive hair loss,
    • is distributed over the entire scalp,
    • occurs very frequently in women,
    • is accompanied by thinning, feeble hair.

    Causes of diffuse alopecia include, for example, malnutrition, various medications and stress.

  • Questions about PRP Autologous Hair Blood Treatment

  • What is PRP treatment / mesotherapy?

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    The PRP hair root treatment a completely natural therapy against hair loss and for increased growth especially after hair transplantation.

    The treatment is based on the body's own blood concentrate, which consists of platelet-rich plasma and contains therapeutically valuable stem cells. The highly effective therapy with autologous blood stimulates hair growth, supplies your hair roots with essential nutrients and promotes cell renewal and cell regeneration. Uncomplicated, outpatient and, due to the body's own active ingredient PRP, without undesirable risks. For you, however, simply tangible and visible in thicker, denser, healthier hair!

  • How does PRP treatment affect the hair?

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    Three good reasons speak for PRP:.

    1. PRP hair root treatment can reduce hair loss.
    2. shaky, thin, brittle hair can become dense, full and strong again following the therapy.
    3. transplanted hair is more likely to grow in a new place in combination with PRP hair root treatment.
  • Does PRP help with androgenetic and diffuse alopecia?

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    Studies have scientifically proven that PRP autologous blood treatment shows significant improvement in both forms of hair loss. And this both in the quality and growth of the hair.

  • Is PRP treatment painful?

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    The scalp is a pain-sensitive area. Consequently, PRP treatment can also be perceived as painful. We use a pain-relieving ointment to ensure that your treatment is more pleasant. Thanks to the latest technology, the depth of the puncture can be individually adjusted and adapted to the patient.

  • Was muss ich nach der PRP Behandlung beachten?

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    Man sollte am selben Tag nicht in die Sonne und auch sportliche Tätigkeiten meiden. Dann kannst du jeder Tätigkeit nachgehen.

  • How long does a PRP treatment take?

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    One session lasts about 30 minutes.

  • Is PRP treatment suitable for women?

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    Yes, diffuse hair loss is common, especially in women. PRP treatment is very effective in this case.

  • Will I be able to work after PRP treatment?

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    Yes, you will be able to work and socialize after the treatment.

  • Can I pay for my PRP treatment on a monthly basis?

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    Yes, thanks to our partner company it is possible that you can afford the PRP treatment or transplantation even with a small wallet. If you prefer to pay for the treatment in installments, it is possible from CHF 40 per month. However, you can then discuss with our partner company MF Group in which installments you would like to make the payment.

  • Do I need to have long hair cut before PRP treatment?

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    No. Hair length does not play a role in the treatment.

  • Who performs PRP treatment at HAIR & SKIN?

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    Our doctor accompanied by the medical practice assistants.

  • Do scars remain after PRP treatment?

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    No. PRP is injected via tiny needle sticks. No scars of any kind remain.

  • Is there a guarantee of success with PRP treatment?

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    Specialist literature and practice show that PRP noticeably improves hair quality and strengthens the hair roots. In addition, short-term studies show that hair density can be increased by 12 to 50 percent. A positive effect is thus clear, even if the effect of the treatment varies individually in its strength. In the case of diffuse hair loss, the treatment leads to success in 80 percent of the men and women treated. However, there is no guarantee that the treatment will be as successful as desired.

  • What are the most common forms of hair loss?

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    The two most common forms of hair loss are androgenetic alopecia and diffuse alopecia.

    Androgenetic alopecia:

    • is hereditary,
    • occurs in almost 90 percent of all men over 21 years of age
    • increasingly occurs in women as well.

    In androgenetic alopecia, the temples and back of the head are affected.
    Initially, receding hairlines form at the temples.
    This is followed by the back of the head with hair loss in the form of tonsure.

    Diffuse alopecia:

    • manifests with progressive hair loss,
    • is distributed over the entire scalp,
    • occurs very frequently in women,
    • is accompanied by thinning, feeble hair.

    Causes of diffuse alopecia include, for example, malnutrition, various medications and stress.

  • General questions about PRP autologous blood treatment

  • What is the abbreviation PRP?

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    PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma.

    This is highly concentrated plasma, rich in platelets and numerous growth factors. These fine platelets contain the body's own collagen and hyaluronic acid and serve as a valuable growth concentrate for the cells of the skin and also as a biological filler material for wrinkle injections.

  • How does a PRP treatment at HAIR & SKIN work?

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    During PRP treatment, a maximum of 20 milliliters of the patient's own blood is taken with a syringe. The platelets are isolated from this blood using a special centrifuge. PRP extraction takes place in a closed system under sterile conditions. After only 10 to 15 minutes, the body's own PRP concentrate is ready for use. The kits used are specially designed for this treatment and are used only once for your maximum safety.

  • How long does a PRP treatment take?

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    One session lasts about 30 minutes.

  • Can I pay for my PRP treatment on a monthly basis?

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    Yes, thanks to our partner company it is possible that you can afford the PRP treatment or transplantation even with a small wallet. If you prefer to pay for the treatment in installments, it is possible from CHF 40 per month. However, you can then discuss with our partner company MF Group in which installments you would like to make the payment.

  • What are the risks associated with PRP treatment?

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    • Since PRP is made from your own blood, the risk of allergy is zero.
    • The risk of infection is almost as low due to our sterile working method.
    • Side effects such as redness, swelling and minor bruising cannot be completely avoided and will subside on their own.
  • What are the contraindications?

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    PRP treatment should not be performed in the following cases:.

    Autoimmune diseases, blood coagulation disorders, hepatitis, HIV, cancer, liver diseases, neurodermatitis, psoriasis, pregnancy.

    PRP treatment is also not recommended for acute or chronic skin diseases in the area of the scalp and face.

  • What are the most common forms of hair loss?

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    The two most common forms of hair loss are androgenetic alopecia and diffuse alopecia.

    Androgenetic alopecia:

    • is hereditary,
    • occurs in almost 90 percent of all men over 21 years of age
    • increasingly occurs in women as well.

    In androgenetic alopecia, the temples and back of the head are affected.
    Initially, receding hairlines form at the temples.
    This is followed by the back of the head with hair loss in the form of tonsure.

    Diffuse alopecia:

    • manifests with progressive hair loss,
    • is distributed over the entire scalp,
    • occurs very frequently in women,
    • is accompanied by thinning, feeble hair.

    Causes of diffuse alopecia include, for example, malnutrition, various medications and stress.

  • Questions about Medical Needling

  • What is a Medical Needling treatment/vampire lift?

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    Medical Needling/Vampire Lift is a minimally invasive treatment for skin rejuvenation and wrinkle treatment using autologous blood therapy. First, your blood is taken, centrifuged, and after the plasma is specially prepared, it is injected into the desired areas.

  • What is the effect of a Medical Needling treatment?

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    During a Medical Needling treatment, certain components from your blood are targeted for skin rejuvenation. The plasma used is rich in platelets, regenerating proteins and growth factors. These growth factors stimulate skin regeneration, stimulate collagen production. As a result, the skin becomes firmer and fresher. In addition, the skin looks visually rejuvenated and the skin structure improves. The focus here is not only on injecting severe wrinkles, but also on natural skin regeneration.

  • On which areas can a Medical Needling treatment be performed?

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    Medical Needling is used in the field of aesthetic medicine for skin rejuvenation and wrinkle treatment. Slight facial wrinkles, scars and wrinkles on the neck and décolleté as well as stretch marks can be smoothed with a Medical Needling treatment. For more pronounced expression lines, another treatment method may be more suitable depending on the severity of the wrinkles.

  • How often is a Medical Needling treatment performed? At what interval?

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    Current studies recommend at least four treatments at four-week intervals.

  • Can side effects occur with Medical Needling treatments?

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    Only slight swelling and redness of the skin may occur after a Medical Needling treatment. The risk of infection is very low.

  • How often is a Medical Needling treatment useful?

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    There is no universal rule for repeating a Medical Needling treatment. However, scientific studies have shown that four treatments at intervals of one month achieve the best results. To maintain the results, it is recommended to repeat the four treatments every six months or annually.

  • Is the result directly visible after a Medical Needling treatment?

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    After a Medical Needling treatment you can see a freshness in the face. However, since the remodeling and regeneration processes for processing the plasma in the body take time, results are visible after eight weeks at the earliest. To maintain the effect of the Medical Needling treatment, it is recommended to repeat the four treatments in six to twelve months.

  • What is a vampire lifting?

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    The trendy term vampire lifting is often used as a synonym for the Medical Needling treatment. However, the term vampire lifting can also be misinterpreted. A Medical Needling treatment is not a lifting effect on the face like a face lift.

  • Wie läuft eine Medical Needling Behandlung ab? Wie lange dauert eine PRP Skin Behandlung?

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    Es wird dir eine kleine Menge Blut vor der Behandlung entnommen, welche zentrifugiert und gefiltert wird. Anschliessend wird das so gewonnene Blutserum mit dem U225®️ Mesoinjektor in die betreffende Hautregion injiziert. Die Zahl der Injektionen variiert je nach Zustand der Haut, der Faltentiefe bzw. der zu behandelnden Menge. Die gesamte Behandlung wird ambulant durchgeführt und dauert von der Blutentnahme über die Aufbereitung bis zur eigentlichen Medical Needling Behandlung ca. 45 Minuten.

  • What do I have to pay attention to after a Medical Needling treatment?

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    After a Medical Needling treatment, the skin is initially still red. This usually subsides after a few days. To avoid swelling and bruising, the treated areas should be cooled. Therefore, you should temporarily refrain from sports, sauna and solarium visits and not use any cosmetic products for the first few days after the treatment. These can additionally irritate the skin. Our doctors will advise you in detail and explain to you individually what you should pay attention to.

  • How much does the initial consultation at HAIR & SKIN cost?

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    The initial consultation with our doctor is free of charge and without obligation.

  • What form of hair loss do I have and what helps against it?

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    You will find out which form of hair loss is present in your case from our doctors during an initial, non-binding consultation. As part of this initial consultation, a medical examination of your scalp will also take place, which is based, among other things, on our HairMetrix procedure. In our HairMetrix procedure, special images of your scalp are taken. It is not necessary to cut your hair. Thanks to fully automated analysis in real time, the results are available for immediate evaluation. Based on this initial examination, our doctor will recommend a suitable therapy for you and create an individual treatment plan for you.

  • What are the most common forms of hair loss?

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    The two most common forms of hair loss are androgenetic alopecia and diffuse alopecia.

    Androgenetic alopecia:

    • is hereditary,
    • occurs in almost 90 percent of all men over 21 years of age
    • increasingly occurs in women as well.

    In androgenetic alopecia, the temples and back of the head are affected.
    Initially, receding hairlines form at the temples.
    This is followed by the back of the head with hair loss in the form of tonsure.

    Diffuse alopecia:

    • manifests with progressive hair loss,
    • is distributed over the entire scalp,
    • occurs very frequently in women,
    • is accompanied by thinning, feeble hair.

    Causes of diffuse alopecia include, for example, malnutrition, various medications and stress.

  • Questions about hair transplants

  • Is hair transplantation also possible without shaving the head?

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    We also offer hair transplantation without shaving the scalp. However, there are only a few indications where we consider hair transplantation without shaving this area. This is currently only possible for clients with long hair and only if the hair transplantation is for the receding hairline. In this case, the head is not completely shaved, as in the case with normal hair transplantation, but only the donor area and about 2 cm of the recipient area towards the middle of the head, in order to insert the hair without a transition. Shaving the donor area is always necessary, because only in this way hygiene and correct removal of the grafts can be guaranteed.

    However, it is recommended to always do the procedure with a shaving if there is a desire for a good and lasting result. Therefore, it should always be weighed up with our specialists on a case-by-case basis whether a hair transplantation without shaving is worthwhile.

  • At what age can a hair transplant be done?

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    Theoretically, there is no age limit for hair transplants. For example, hair transplants for children who lost parts or all of their hair due to accidents or burns, are a medical necessity.

    Practically, hair transplants are not recommended for people under the age of 25, because in most cases the hair loss is not completed yet. If transplanted too early, the grafted areas are resistant to progressive loss, but the natural hair would continue to be lost. This would leave lonely islands of hair on the bald head if the hair loss continues.

    It is therefore recommended that a hair transplant is only executed when the hair loss has stopped or is in a late stage. The anamnesis and the examination results are therefore decisive so that the transplantation is executed at the right time in life.

    If a patient decides to have a hair transplant at a young age, contrary to the recommendation, it is possible that more interventions need to be carried out in the future.

  • What are the special features of an eyebrow transplant?

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    The great thing about an eyebrow transplant at HAIR & SKIN is that no shaving of the eyebrows is necessary. The eyebrow transplant specialist transplants the new hairs between the existing eyebrows. Only the donor area at the back of the head needs to be shaved for the removal of the hair follicles. In the case of an eyebrow transplant, the donor area is located at the lower back of the head, as the hair is thinner at this part and for that reason it fits better for the eyebrows.

  • Is an eyebrow transplant painful?

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    The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. The local anaesthetic is injected with a thin needle in different parts of the donor area (back of the head) as well as the recipient area (eyebrow region). The anaesthetic itself is the only unpleasant part. However, the local anaesthetic can be minimised by using a pain-relieving technique. If you are interested, please ask us directly during the first consultation. This way you will not feel anything from the transplantation - neither the subsequent removal of the hair follicles from the donor area, nor their transplantation into the eyebrows.

  • Why should I have this procedure done at HAIR & SKIN?

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    As the Swiss market leader in skin and hair treatments, we look back on a steep success story in the field of hair transplantation as well as autologous blood treatments. The expertise we have gained in this field is now being extended to the specialty of eyebrow transplantation, as we consider the desire for beautiful eyebrows to be just as understandable as the need for full and vital hair. At HAIR & SKIN, we can fulfill this wish for you - without the need to travel abroad - with regular follow-up examinations, as well as with the associated close, personal care. Thanks to payment in installments with 0% interest (on the remaining payments), this treatment is accessible to everyone.

  • Where can I have an eyebrow transplant?

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    Since eyebrow transplantation is a special procedure that can only be performed by a trained eyebrow transplant specialist. We currently only perform this treatment at our clinic location in Basel.

    Only after these preliminary discussions the actual transplantation takes place. Here, the transplant specialisthair transplanter first devotes himself to the donor area, which is usually located on the back of the patient's head. The reason: here the hair roots are virtually immune to the notorious hair loss hormone DHT. But that's not all: the hair roots at the back of the head also closely resemble the eyebrow hairs in terms of structure and thickness. The advantage of this is that the greater the similarities, the more harmonious the result.

    Now the transplantation specialisthair transplanter removes the hair follicles from the donor area using the FUE method (Follicular Unit Extraction - Method) and immediately after the removal, he reimplants them one by one along the natural growth direction into the patient's eyebrow area. Thanks to this innovative gentle method, the removal holes heal again in a short time, so that and no scars remain. Important: On the head our hair grows in small groups, which include up to four hairs. However, eyebrows are different: they are composed of many individual hairs. Consequently, eyebrow transplantation and head hair transplantation differ decisively in this point. Therefore, eyebrow transplantation - despite a smaller number of grafts - also takes several hours. However, during the entire procedure, the patient remains completely conscious. Nevertheless, the procedure is absolutely painless for them, because thanks to local anesthesia they do not feel anything from the individual treatment steps.

  • Why eyebrow transplantation and not microblading?

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    We believe that there are many reasons that speak in favor of eyebrow transplantation and against the approach of permanent makeup or microblading. The results that have been achieved with microblading have often been described as good at the beginning. However, the most important aspect that speaks for eyebrow transplantation is the natural look, which, according to experience, can only be achieved with real eyebrows. In addition, thanks to their resistance to the hair loss hormone DHT, transplanted eyebrows do not fall out again and thus offer a permanent significantly longer lasting and natural result. Moreover, transplanted eyebrows also fulfill the protection for our eyes foreseen by nature, which can be mentioned as another notable plus.

  • What do I have to have in mind after eyebrow transplantation?

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    The time after the treatment is planned individually for each patient by our specialists. You will be guided in the correct behavior after the transplantation according to the doctor's recommendation. We will help you with the care in the beginning and instruct you in detail about the further process. It is important to know that the eyebrow must be trimmed at regular intervals, as the transplanted scalp hair in the eyebrow region continues to grow constantly.

  • How long do the set eyebrows take to grow back?

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    The speed of our eyebrow growth is as individual as our eye color. How quickly and densely they sprout therefore depends entirely on our genetic predisposition. Depending on the genetic predisposition, the new eyebrow hair of some patients can grow back in record time, while others take more time to grow back. As a rule, it can be assumed that the hair grows by about 0.3 millimeters per day during the growth phase - which lasts about one month in the case of the eyebrows. This is followed by a resting phase in which the hairs in the brow remain but no longer grow longer. In the next phase, the newly gained eyebrow hair falls out for a short time, and then grows back completely. Here’s a little patience required to finally marvel at the permanent end result. Experience shows that it takes about 4 months until the newly formed hair roots begin to sprout. Since eyebrows are shorter than the scalp hair, it can generally be said that the result of an eyebrow transplant is more quickly recognisable than that of a hair transplant.

  • What exactly is done in an eyebrow transplant?

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    Eyebrow transplantation is closely related to classic hair transplantation. First, there is a detailed consultation with the responsible hair transplant specialist. Here the patient has the opportunity to express their wishes, ideas and concerns. Afterwards, the hair transplant specialist explains the medical options and draws the outline of the desired eyebrow. In order to obtain the most natural result possible, the transplanter includes the already existing eyebrow area in the planning. He always includes the existing eyebrow hair.

    Only after these preliminary discussions the actual transplantation takes place. Here, the transplant specialisthair transplanter first devotes himself to the donor area, which is usually located on the back of the patient's head. The reason: here the hair roots are virtually immune to the notorious hair loss hormone DHT. But that's not all: the hair roots at the back of the head also closely resemble the eyebrow hairs in terms of structure and thickness. The advantage of this is that the greater the similarities, the more harmonious the result.

    Now the transplantation specialisthair transplanter removes the hair follicles from the donor area using the FUE method (Follicular Unit Extraction - Method) and immediately after the removal, he reimplants them one by one along the natural growth direction into the patient's eyebrow area. Thanks to this innovative gentle method, the removal holes heal again in a short time, so that and no scars remain. Important: On the head our hair grows in small groups, which include up to four hairs. However, eyebrows are different: they are composed of many individual hairs. Consequently, eyebrow transplantation and head hair transplantation differ decisively in this point. Therefore, eyebrow transplantation - despite a smaller number of grafts - also takes several hours. However, during the entire procedure, the patient remains completely conscious. Nevertheless, the procedure is absolutely painless for them, because thanks to local anesthesia they do not feel anything from the individual treatment steps.

  • Can you tell the difference between existing hair and transplanted hair?

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    No. We want to achieve a natural result and pay attention to the placement of the grafts (hair follicles).

  • How painful is a local anaesthetic?

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    The sensation of pain is subjective, it is not possible to make generalisations. Most of our patients find local anaesthesia bearable. Others find it unpleasant. In such cases, HAIR & SKIN offers the possibility of anaesthetising the skin with a pain-relieving technique. In this way, the pain experienced during anaesthesia is minimised. If you are interested in this option, please ask us about it during your consultation.

  • What is hair transplantation?

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    Hair transplantation or hair transplantation is the transplantation of body hair. Hair transplants are performed for hair loss in both men and women.

  • Will I be able to work after the hair transplant?

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    In principle, yes. Mental performance is not minimized by the procedure. However, we recommend that you do not engage in any physical activities for 1 week and do not expose yourself to extreme weather conditions.

  • Can you tell I've had a hair transplant?

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    Not necessarily. In one of the most common problem areas of men, tonsure, after the treatment you can see practically nothing. The hair is taken out and put back in place without cutting a bald spot. Due to the localization at the back of the head, there is no need for a headband to prevent swelling of the face. And the patient can sit at his desk and work the very next day. In case of a full hair transplantation in a bald patient, the red dots with the inserted grafts would certainly be seen on the scalp for 2-3 weeks and this patient would also have to wear a headband for the first few days.

  • Can I pay for my hair transplant on a monthly basis?

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    Yes, thanks to our partner company it is possible that you can afford the autologous blood treatment or the transplantation even with a small wallet. If you prefer to pay for the treatment in installments, it is possible from CHF 60 per month. However, you can then discuss with our partner company MF Group in which installments you would like to make the payment.

  • Who performs hair transplantation at HAIR & SKIN?

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    Our doctor accompanied by our hair technicians and medical office assistants.

  • Do I have to wear a headband after the surgery?

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    Not mandatory, it depends on the section of the hair transplant. In some cases it is necessary to wear a headband for the first three days after the treatment.

  • Can I have a transplant with long hair?

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    Yes! Our Longhair variant is especially popular with women, but is also offered for men.

  • Is there a guarantee of success with a hair transplant?

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    Normally, after twelve months, the patient has fuller hair than before the treatment. In individual cases, however, not all transplanted hair may grow as desired, so that a new procedure is necessary.

  • When will I see the hair growing back after my hair transplant?

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    Slow grower or fast grower - basically your hair growth depends on which growth type you are. In general, however, new sprouting hair becomes visible after about three months. Finally, after 12 to 18 months you will see the final result.

  • Is PRP treatment included in hair transplantation?

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    You are looking for a hair transplantation including PRP treatments? At HAIR & SKIN we call this the "Hair Bundle". The price of the Hair-Bundle includes your hair transplant, at least 4 PRP treatments and a 10 year guarantee of good results. In addition, with the Hair-Bundle you receive a CHF 700.– price advantage.

  • Why is PRP treatment so important after transplantation?

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    Because the transplanted hairs are optimally supplied with a PRP hair root treatment. PRP treatment improves the growth rate and thus the success of the therapy!

  • What is the procedure for a transplant at HAIR & SKIN?

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    On the transplantation day, you will first have another conversation with the doctor in charge. We will explain the whole procedure to you again and clarify any unanswered questions with you. Then the treatment area on your head is drawn in, for example the hairline. We do this until you are satisfied. Then the head is shaved in preparation for your hair transplant. It is important to mention here that the shaving step is not mandatory. If you prefer to have your hair transplanted with long hair, we will be happy to advise you about the possibilities in a personal consultation. The next step is the removal of the grafts from the back of the head (i.e. the donor area). This is done in the prone position while your donor area is locally anaesthetised. The local anaesthetic is painless, and you will not feel anything during the extraction itself. After the grafts have been removed, there is a short break. Then the canals are opened in the recipient area in preparation for the implantation of the grafts. The grafts are then implanted into the target area of the head. You can return home to your family on the same day. We will show you all the precautions and care measures in detail. However, we will accompany you for 12 months after your hair transplantation. Together we will assess your results in at least 5 follow-up appointments.

  • What does an eyebrow transplant cost?

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    At HAIR & SKIN, eyebrow fillers cost CHF 2900.- and eyebrow transplants are at CHF 3900.-. If you would prefer to pay for the treatment in deferred payment, this is also possible from CHF 60.- per month, depending on the number of used grafts. Our staff will be happy to inform you about the possibility of 0% financing.

  • How much does a hair transplant cost?

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    You can find all prices in our overview here.

  • What are the risks associated with hair transplantation?

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    Swelling and redness are frequently observed after the treatment. Very rarely, inflammatory reactions may occur in the grafts removal or transplantation area, or tissue trauma, also called shock loss in the removal area, which may lead to temporary hair loss in the removal area or bald patches due to non-growth of the transplanted hairs. Repeating the treatment is the method of choice in this case.

    Hair transplantation using the FUE technique is minimally invasive and is performed under local anesthesia.

    • There is no risk of anesthesia!
    • No visible scars remain!
    • The risk of infection is minimal!
  • How painful is a hair transplant?

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    The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. The local anaesthetic is injected with a thin needle at various points on the scalp. The anaesthetic itself is the only unpleasant part. However, the local anaesthetic can be minimised by using a pain-relieving technique. If you are interested in this, please ask us directly during the consultation. You will not feel anything from the subsequent removal of the hair follicles and their insertion into the scalp.

  • Is hair transplantation also suitable for women?

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    Yes. If indicated, hair transplantation is suitable for both women and men. Particularly popular: The Longhair transplantation, which is offered by us for male and female patients. In longhair transplantation, the hair in the problem area is not shortened. Only a strip at the back of the head, which serves as the donor area, is shaved. The size of the shaved strip varies according to the amount of grafts needed. After harvesting, the shaved area can be covered with the existing hair so that no bald spots are visible.

  • What do I have to pay attention to after the hair transplant?

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    The time after the treatment is planned by our doctor individually for each patient. We will train you on the correct behavior after the transplantation according to the doctor's recommendation. We will help you with hair washing in the beginning and instruct you in detail about the further process.

  • How long does a hair transplant take?

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    Hair transplantation takes 2.5 to 8 hours - depending on the treated section.

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

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    We perform hair transplantations exclusively according to the FUE method. Here, 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. 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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