The HHH Natural Hair Transplant Clinic was established by Dr. Viroj Vong, the developer of the Line Thai Micro Hairline, with the goal to provide evidence-based and patient-centered solutions to individuals from all over the world who experience unwanted baldness. Serving patients for more than 30 years now, Dr. Vong is very confident of his services that all the treatments offered in his clinic comes with a warranty.
Dr. Vong understands that the success of his private practice relies on building trusting relationships with patients. For this reason, he invests heavily not just in procuring the most advanced equipment in the field of hair transplantation but also in furthering his knowledge in this area by learning the most recent, tried and tested techniques that make the procedures less painful and more effective.
HHH Natural Hair Transplant Clinic, which is staffed by a highly trained team of hair transplant experts who boasts commitment and creativity, is easily accessible via the subway or taxi. It is also in close proximity to beautiful, rural landscapes that feature amazing hillsides and sunny beaches, which patients from around the world find therapeutic and relaxing.
Dr. Viroj Vong, the developer of the Thai Micro Hairline and a member of the prestigious American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, is deeply committed to providing aesthetic, natural appearing hair restoration to both local patients and medical travelers. He achieves this goal in each case that he handles through his expertise, years of experience, and the use of the most advanced techniques and state-of-the-art medical equipment.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
Follicular Unit Transplantation, also known as Strip Harvesting, is a hair transplantation method that involves removing strips of hair from the patient’s donor site (usually at the side or back of the head), to obtain follicular units and transplanting them to the recipient site. A hair restoration procedure will require around 3,000 to 5,000 follicular units. The patient is first given a sedative and local anaesthesia is applied to the donor area. The surgeon then uses a special scalpel to remove a thin strip of the scalp. Follicular units obtained from the strip are transplanted into the recipient site. The incision is then closed using sutures. Results are noticeable ten weeks after the procedure.
Strip harvesting is one of the two methods commonly used in a hair transplant procedure to extract hair from the donor site, which is usually located at the side or the back of the patient’s head. The procedure takes around 6 hours. The patient is first given a sedative, and a local anaesthetic is administered to the donor site. The surgeon then removes a strip of hair around 1.5cm x 15-30 cm long from the donor site. The strip is then carefully divided into follicular units. Small holes large enough for a single follicular unit are created at the recipient site. The units divided from the strip are then transplanted into the holes.