Dr. Seiadatan, with his team, extracts manually and delicately the follicular units to guarantee the highest quality
Dr. Alexandros Seiadatan is the founder of the Sigma clinics in Madrid and Athens.
He is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS).
He practices exclusively the manual FUE, with his team
Free consultation (book online)
FUE MANUAL : 2.5 € per graft (+ 21% VAT = 3 € / graft), same price for all procedures (hair, afro hair, beard, eyebrows, BHT)
Significant discounts (scar repair, eyebrow reconstruction, aesthetic repair after trauma or burns)
TREATMENTS OF HAIR LOSS: PRP
Useful for some forms of alopecia, especially androgenetic alopecia in menopausal women.
Therapy to be used in addition to other forms of treatment (eg minoxidil or finasteride).
This is a completely safe procedure, since the PRP and the growth factors used are those of the patient.
FUE MANUAL: 500 to 2000 grafts per session
The FUE technique is a very precise "art". Dr. Seiadatan, with his team, extracts manually and delicately the follicular units to guarantee the highest quality, which is not possible when using a motorized punch.
Preparation: shaving the donor area, local anesthesia.
Extraction: extraction of 10% of the Follicular Units in the donor area, to maintain a 90% density of the natural hair, and so that the effects of extraction are undetectable. Manual punches of small diameter (0.75 mm) allow faster healing and fewer marks. Extracted follicular units are stored in a refrigerated serum to prevent their deterioration. Digital counter of the extracted UFs placed next to the patient. The UFs are classified by the medical team according to the number of hair they contain (1 to 4 hairs).
Design of the zone of implantation: drawing of the receiving zone, distribution of the extracted UFs.
Implantation (DHI) : Direct implantation of the grafts with an implanter, without prior incisions, results in less skin trauma, less damage to the local blood supply and no visible scarring. Density up to 60-65 FUs / cm2.