The history of hair transplantation began in 1931 in France, where the French surgeon Passot moved some hair of a hairy area to a bald area, creating what was later regarded as the first hair transplant.
In 1939, a Japanese researcher, Dr. Okuda, published its findings in a medical journal about his technique of insertion of small hair grafts via the bite of switcher receiver who had defects in the eyebrows. This publication was lost during World War II and later discovered in the 1970 years.
Dr. Norman Orentrich, a New York dermatologist and researcher foreground reinvented the hair transplant process 1956. At that time, he did experimental work on skin grafts, and noticed that hair transplants performed in rose after.
In 1970 years, many doctors have begun to hair transplants, to areas of 4 mm, round taken from the donor area at the back of the head to the top of the head. Unfortunately, many doctors tended to the plant more or less like trees so it was easy to notice the recipient areas on top of the head and, of course, this produced an unsightly natural.
Since then, progress has meant that they are more bands "scalped" skull (FUT) method but small grafts taken one by one (FUE) and then positioned on the recipient area. Painless and quick, this technique makes the success of many clinics around the world. Turkey, Hungary, Switzerland, France ... the choice is no shortage, rates may soar doubled with no real explanation. It is therefore appropriate to request quotes from several renowned hair transplant clinics.