History Of Hair Transplant Surgery
Early Stages of Hair Transplant
In the 19th century, the hair skin was scalped and implanted in the area in need. Modern transplant techniques were first introduced in Japan around the 1930s on eyebrows and eyelashes, but this method has not been applied in hair transplant operations.
After the second world war, Japan has been isolated, thus for several decades, the world had not been aware of these studies. The first hair transplantation in the modern age was made in the 1950s on male subjects in New York. It was fairly widespread that transplanted hair would not grow in its natural form before those operations. However, in these studies, the hair developed in its natural form and appeared to be stretched.
There have been various studies and practices on hair transplantation for 30 years, but generally positive results haven’t been achieved. In the 1980s small-scale studies were tried in Brazil and news of new methods began to spread around the world. With the micro-surgical method in the USA, thousands of hair roots could have been taken and transplanted at one time, thus now the idea of having a hair transplant has been increased.
Invention of FUE Method
The FUE Method was introduced in the medical world thanks to the 1mm punches developed in Japan in 1988. This particular procedure involved the removal of skin patches that contained hair follicles and move them to tiny holes in the damaged areas. Only a few years later, another Japanese dermatologist made the scale of the grafts smaller. Follicular Unit Extraction Method took place in medical literature in 2002.
FUT Method Applications
In 1959 the United States reached another landmark in the development of modern hair transplantation. Dr. Norman Orentreich found regions on the head that had been protected from inherited alopecia. The remaining hair usually forms a crown situated at the back of the head. They have the advantage of preserving their longevity, as opposed to where the hair already struggles.
Hair of Istanbul Establishment
Hair of Istanbul is a brand aimed at bringing a new dimension and breath to hair transplanting practices with Mehmet Fatih Akdemir. Since 2014, Hair of Istanbul has succeeded in capturing high naturalness and density in hair transplant operations with its very own methods and practices. With an average of 3,500 successful operations between the years 2012-2014, demand has begun to be echoed from all around the world. The founders of Hair of Istanbul have organized training sessions on how to get the greatest result with the FUE technique.
Hair of Istanbul Global Operations
Hair of Istanbul has proven its success and made its name all over the world, starting with United Kingdom, United States, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, France, Ireland, Netherlands, and Italy by offering benefits, in addition to the operation, such as interpreters, accommodation, and transportation.