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New Hair Clinic

5 Hunter Street (Suite 704), SYDNEY NSW 2000

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Cosmetic Surgeons - Sydney, NSW

New Hair Clinic’s ability to deliver a thicker and natural looking head of transplanted hair can be attributed to our unique surgical techniques.

Performed and developed by our clinic’s specialist hair transplant doctor, Dr Sara Kotai (MBBS), our Optimum Density Technique (ODT) draws on new generation surgical techniques, extensive specialist professional training as well as ongoing research and development.

Having trained extensively under renowned pioneer of undetectable hair restoration, Dr Jennifer Martinick, Dr Kotai is highly proficient in ensuring donor's hair is transplanted at the same angle, orientation and density of natural hair.

Our unique optimum density technique draws on this discipline of replicating the angle and orientation of natural hair while also ensuring each patient has optimum opportunities for a thicker head of hair.

The end result for our patients is transplanted hair that flows just as their natural hair does as well as enhanced density – a feature extremely important for avoiding the ‘sea through look’ sometimes associated with some transplants.

You may ask how the ODT achieves youthful density and natural flowing lines?

Superior instrumentation and surgical technique enable our physicians to transplant the donor follicles closer together than conventional surgery.

That much desired increased density is delivered by transplanting single grafts containing multiple follicles. This typically results in grafts with one, two, three and four hair follicles being replanted through the mid-scalp and crown.

A different approach is taken to achieve a more youthful and natural hairline whereby single hair follicles are meticulously replanted along the hairline.

To learn more about the optimum density technique or anything about hair transplantation please call New Hair Clinic today!

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