For nearly three hours, as I leaned back in a surgical chair that left my scalp exposed for their work, they employed a device called a microfue with synthetic saffire that is harder and more precise than a steel blade.
They encircled each graft, made a small incision into my scalp to encapsulate the roots, and removed my follicles. They were able to capture one to three follicles in each graft.
They then began reversing the earlier procedure – instead of extracting hair follicles, they spent the next three hours planting them in rows around the area outlined on my scalp.
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