Dr. Yves Herbert

frequently asked questions

Who can benefit from hair replacement surgery?

Anyone prone to permanent hair loss is a candidate for this type of intervention, in particular:

  • Men with androgenetic alopecia
  • Women with female-type alopecia
  • Men and women who want to restore or modify the anterior line of hair
  • People with scars after a trauma, a dermatological pathology or an intervention like a facemask
  • Men and women who want hair where they have little or no hair.

How is a hair transplant done?

Anyone prone to permanent hair loss is a candidate for this type of intervention, in particular:

  • Men with androgenetic alopecia
  • Women with female-type alopecia
  • Men and women who want to restore or modify the anterior line of hair
  • People with scars after a trauma, a dermatological pathology or an intervention like a facemask
  • Men and women who want hair where they have little or no hair.

What happens after a hair transplant?

Anyone prone to permanent hair loss is a candidate for this type of intervention, in particular:

  • Men with androgenetic alopecia
  • Women with female-type alopecia
  • Men and women who want to restore or modify the anterior line of hair
  • People with scars after a trauma, a dermatological pathology or an intervention like a facemask
  • Men and women who want hair where they have little or no hair.

When should I start treatment?

Anyone prone to permanent hair loss is a candidate for this type of intervention, in particular:

  • Men with androgenetic alopecia
  • Women with female-type alopecia
  • Men and women who want to restore or modify the anterior line of hair
  • People with scars after a trauma, a dermatological pathology or an intervention like a facemask
  • Men and women who want hair where they have little or no hair.

How do I know if I am a good candidate?

Anyone prone to permanent hair loss is a candidate for this type of intervention, in particular:

  • Men with androgenetic alopecia
  • Women with female-type alopecia
  • Men and women who want to restore or modify the anterior line of hair
  • People with scars after a trauma, a dermatological pathology or an intervention like a facemask
  • Men and women who want hair where they have little or no hair.

What medical treatments are available?

Anyone prone to permanent hair loss is a candidate for this type of intervention, in particular:

  • Men with androgenetic alopecia
  • Women with female-type alopecia
  • Men and women who want to restore or modify the anterior line of hair
  • People with scars after a trauma, a dermatological pathology or an intervention like a facemask
  • Men and women who want hair where they have little or no hair.