Transplant FAQs


What makes Capilia Victoria different?

1. Our experience

Choose Capilia for its team of qualified transplants experts, doctors and technicians with over 20 years of transplant experience.

Our Competence

Choose Capilia for the qualifications, the competence and the experience of the surgeon and technicians, crucial to the success of the transplant. Thanks to their artistry, they will be able to create thicker hair by strategically positioning the follicular units, taking into account their size, angle and the desired density.

Our Unique Approach

Choose Capilia for its unique approach that will let you visualize, on your first visit, the final result that corresponds to your expectations, with the use of pictures.

Our Surroundings

Choose Capilia for its concern about your physical and psychological well-being and for the cozy, calm and peaceful atmosphere that makes it easy to relax. If you are seriously considering a hair transplant, note that your surgery will be performed in one of our Capilia medical clinics.

Transplant Sessions Optimization

Choose Capilia for its unique microfollicular transplant sessions during which a maximum number of hair grafts are removed and redistributed, achieving your desired result faster.

Global Approach

Choose Capilia for the service you will receive from your very first consultation up to your first hair cut after the transplant; Capilia will guide you every step of the way incorporating cabin treatments and products for home-care that promote hair regrowth and a healthy scalp.

Why meet a Capilia consultant before opting for a transplant?

1. To help us really understand your expections and goals . The consultant will be able to determine if a transplant will help you achieve the expected result. 

2. Before making your final decision,, the transplant consultant will help you visualise what the outcome of the transplant will look like, He will be able to perform a transformation to design a style and look to help you immediately see what your transplant results will be. 

How does a hair transplant work?

Hair transplantation began in 1955 and over the years has improved to such an extent that it is practically undetectable and produces a perfectly natural result. Without doubt, it is a real option for permanent hair loss.

Hair transplantation involves harvesting the hair and follicles (grafts) from one area of the scalp (Donor Area) and skilfully transplanting them to the area in need of hair to achieve a permanent solution to hair-loss

The doctor takes into consideration the amount and type of your donor hair, and your age and general health when evaluating your potential for an optimum outcome.

The main goal in hair transplantation is to achieve hair density while retaining complete naturalness of appearance. The challenge is to reach the ultimate goal with limited hair from the donor area (generally, the "crown"). In other words, a person can add only as much hair to the bald area(s) as can be provided by the donor area.

This is where the surgeon's and the surgical assistants' qualifications and experience play a major role. It is their artistic skill that will create the illusion of more hair than actually exists through the size and strategic placement of each graft, the angle of the hair and how closely the grafts are spaced amongst themselves.

Micro Follicular Unit Transplant

For many years, hair was thought to grow in single strands. But in 1984, the follicular unit, consisting of 1 to 4 hair follicles packed together and bound by collagen fibres, was discovered to be the starting point for the growth of hair. The follicular unit technique is to cut the smallest grafts possible by removing the naturally occurring group of follicular units from the surrounding bald skin.

Dense packing

Transplants nowadays are carried out using extremely small needles that enable the surgeon to implant the grafts so finely and densely that there is virtually no hint of surgery. Due to these major advances, just one transplant session is now required to implant the same density that previously necessitated two or more sessions.

Is hair transplant a solution for women?

Androgenetic Alopecia, otherwise known as the Female Pattern Hair Loss, is the most common type of hair loss experienced by women. The hair is genetically programmed to gradually fall out and affects 25% of the female population. Other causes for the loss of hair are: aging, hormonal changes after the menopause, as well as ill health. Women's hair tends to grow thinner all over, as opposed to large bald patches that are seen among men. Hair transplant surgery is an excellent option to tackle such conditions.

How affordable is a hair transplant?

No other hair replacement solution offers a permanent result the way a hair transplant does. But as for anything else, cost can be a legitimate concern.

When considering hair replacement options, it is important to find a solution that suits your needs, but that is affordable too. Contrarily to other options such as hair systems that need year long care and regular replacement, a hair transplant only requires a single procedure which means a single expense.

This means it is not only an affordable choice but also less expensive in the long run. The cost of a hair transplant depends on each individual's requirements and circumstances. The best way to find out is to meet your local Capilia specialist for a free consultation. He will show you your new look with a hair transplant, and what the real cost will be.

Capilia understands you want to look your best today rather than tomorrow. Thanks to CitiFinancial, we offer 12 months financing at 0%, so you can start now and pay nothing for a year. Ask your Capilia specialist for details (conditions apply).

As a leader in hair replacement, let us show you how our experience and expertise can achieve what you thought was impossible.

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