Fig. 2a - Scalp divided in half showing the confection of the slices.
Fig. 2b - Separation of excessive amount of fat from the slice of scalp and examples of "singIe-hair", micro and minigrafts.
Fig. 2c -Auxiliary ready for grafts implantation. Notice the wood stick, grafts placed in the introduction position, and the straight clamps.
Fig. 4 - Marking of the receptor area in quadrants. In the crown area, marking and disposal of the grafts must be done in a spiral shape.
Fig. 5a - New scalpel for baldness surgery. Note the common needles setting and protector cover, similar to a pen.
Fig. 5b - Mounted scalpel. It is similar to a pen.
Fig. 8e - In the frontal detail it is possible to notice the natural results of the grafts and the absence of scars around it.
Fig. 8f - Natural results. Left oblique view.
Fig. 8a - 28 years old patient anterior preoperative view. Notice the very thin hair.
Fig. 8b - 8 months postoperative view after the second surgical step.
Fig. 8c - Preoperative left oblique view.
Fig. 8d - 8 months postoperative view after the second surgical step.
Fig. 9a - 39 years old patient in left oblique view. Thick hair type.
Fig. 9b - 8 months postoperative, after the first surgical step.
Fig. lOa - Preoperative anterior front view of a 62 years old patient with very thin and gray hair.
Fig. lOb - 8 months postoperative, after the first surgical step.
Fig. lOc - Preoperative right oblique view.
Fig. 10d - 8 months postoperative., after the first surgical step.