Hair Transplant

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

FUE is the technique used most often by Dr. Thierry Jacquemin and our Surgical Technician Patricia Salgado, where he utilizes his custom-designed Fue system to optimize hair growth while minimizing scarring.

With FUE, patients are able to shave the head in the future without worrying about any linear donor site scar. The transplanted hairs are placed into recipient sites in the scalp (or beard or eyebrows) for optimal hair growth direction, pattern, and angulation. This is an essentially painless procedure, usually performed under oral sedation and local anesthesia but, if desired, twilight sedation is available.

No-shave FUE

With this modification on FUE, rather than shaving all the hairs in the donor area as with conventional FUE techniques, only the hairs that are to be harvested for transplanting are trimmed, leaving all the other surrounding hairs in the donor area their original length.

Hair loss and other changes affect different people in different ways. If you are suffering from hair loss or hair thinning and want to do something about it, I urge you to do your research, ask us questions, and then take action. When you are ready, we are here to help you restore and maintain a great looking head of hair. At Diolaser , we specialize in treating men and women who are looking to enhance, maintain or restore their hair. In general, the vast majority of patients we treat are experiencing mild, moderate or severe hereditary hair loss–also known as male or female pattern hair loss–which is the most common type of hair loss. We also have medical solutions for other types of alopecia (hair loss). If you are experiencing thinning or receding hair, we encourage you to browse our website and learn about what you can do to address your hair loss concerns. Dr. Thierry Jacquemin is available to help you by designing a results-oriented treatment program.

  • Some Types of Hair Loss We Treat :
  • Male Pattern Hair Loss (Hereditary Androgenetic Alopecia)
  • Female Pattern Hair Loss
  • Plastic Surgery-Related Hair Loss (browlift/facelift scars)
  • Traumatic Scars from Injury or Burns
  • Hereditary High Hairline
  • Hair Loss due to Medications, Nutritional Deficiencies, Stress, Hormone Imbalances
  • Hair Loss due to Hair Breakage
  • Hair Loss due to Scalp Inflammation