George Clooney’s Hair Transplantation

George Clooney's Hair Transplantation

Silver-furred fox George Clooney, one of Hollywood’s most famous actors, may have reversed his hair loss and never had to deal with the daily agony of watching his hair fall apart in the shower or while combing.

Hair loss is common among men of all races, ages, and ethnicities, as male pattern baldness can strike men as early as their twenties or later in life, adding to the stress of daily life routine or when trying to manage a new family.

It happened to George Clooney, too, but George didn’t give it much thought before doing the opposite and restoring his hair. In the late 2000s, he took advantage of medical advancements in hair transplantation, and he continued his long career as an actor, screenwriter, and movie producer without pausing.

We can’t even say if George Clooney had a hair transplant today because his hairline density and structure aren’t up to par.

If you’re unfamiliar with hair transplants and how they’re typically performed, here’s a quick rundown:

In short, Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure that involves removing hair follicles from one part of the body, known as the ‘donor site,’ and transplanting them to a bald or balding part of the body, known as the recipient site.’ The procedure is mostly used to treat male pattern baldness or even female. Patients who undergo hair transplantation regain their own hair permanently, as if they had never lost it. 

Hair Transplant Techniques & Methods  

FUE Hair Transplant Procedure 

Apart from conventional needles that cause a lot of pain, the latest methods and techniques  in the anesthesia world are used in the FUE technique A device that injects anesthesia into the scalp without feeling pain

  • The second step is graft extraction. It is performed by a micro-motor, a device made of titanium metal. Works to pull the follicles from the angle of inclination naturally and stored in the device called ice grafts
  • After extracting the follicles, the follicles are placed in a liquid called Ice Graft

This fluid maintains the follicle, nourishes it, and protects it from external factors

  • After placing the follicles in Ice Graft liquid, the doctor will move to the stage of opening the channels. 

The channels are opened with a tool similar to scissors to a large extent, and the channels are opened in the head from the top in order to place the follicles.

  • And in the final step, the follicles previously placed in Ice Graft liquid are taken and placed in the place of the channels that were opened and implanted. 

DHI Hair Transplant Procedure 

  • Just like the other techniques, the DHI hair transplant will start with local anesthesia, after applying the local anesthesia, the donor area would be shaven off by a normal shaving machine 
  • The second step would be the follicles will be extracted from the back area using the modern Micromotor Device, which does not affect the neighboring follicles.
  • After the extraction, the extracted follicles will be placed in a saline liquid called Icy Graft to preserve and nourish the follicles until they are transplanted in the front and central region. 
  • After that, the doctor will start opening new channels in the balding area and transplanting the follicles using the DHI technique (Choi pens), which gives about 120 grafts per 1 square centimeter. This technique is considered one of the latest technologies in the field of hair transplantation. The DHI technique consists of Choi pens, these pens open the channels and implant the follicles at the same time, which provides greater density and does not cause any damage to the old follicles. (No need to shave the hair from the top)
  • The process will last from 5 to 6 hours. The patient will have a break every two hours. After the surgery, you will be given the necessary medications and instructions to follow. And The donor area would be bandaged after the operation. 

And To know more about other different hair transplant techniques and procedures such as organic hair transplant, or stem cell transplantation, you can contact us and we will be more than happy to walk you through the steps and details of the procedure involved. 


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