Graft is a collection of tissue sections with hair follicles, which are prepared for transplantation in the problem areas. The graft consists of one, two, three or four hair follicles.
After the transplantation grafts are not rejected because they are not foreign objects to the body. Transplanted hair retains all its natural characteristics: color, texture, growth rate, as well as waviness, if the patient had it prior to the transplantation.
Donor site is an occipital and temporal region of the head (not subject to the hair loss process) from which transplants (grafts) are taken out for further transplantation in the problem skin area of the patient’s head. In some cases a graft may be taken from the body (the patient’s back, chest or thigh).