Hair transplantation is a safe and simple cosmetic procedure that involves moving healthy hair follicles from one part of the scalp to areas that are either bald, or balding (grafting). This procedure is most commonly used to treat male pattern baldness as well as female pattern baldness (Alopecia).
For patients from the USA, the Dominican Republic and especially Santo Domingo can be an excellent option. This is foremost because of the high quality care that patients receive as well as the competitive costs. This can help patients who are looking to proceed with hair transplantation who are looking to combine their treatment with a vacation.
Known for its cultural heritage and natural beauty, the Dominican Republic offers patients great opportunities to proceed with hair transplantation in Santo Domingo and adore a relaxing holiday.
A recent progress in hair restoration technology means that you now have a choice. A variety of effective hair loss treatments are available. Clinics in Santo Domingo are completely devoted to looking after patients’ medical and surgical requirements.
FUT in Santo Domingo:
Follicular Unit Transplantation or FUT in Santo Domingo is a practice, in which hair is transplanted from the permanent zone in the back of the scalp into areas affected by genetic balding, using only the naturally occurring, individual follicular units.
FUE in Santo Domingo:
Follicular unit extraction or FUE in Santo Domingo is a hair transplant practice in which a small round punch is used to extract follicular units from a patient's bald resilient donor areas. These hair follicular unit grafts are then transplanted into a patient's balding areas.
Santo Domingo, the endlessly inhabited European city is the active capital of the Dominican Republic.
Explore the Zona Colonial, exploding rich in astonishing architecture, and fast-step paces of cultural music and events. Santo Domingo's Zona Colonial boasts some of the most important buildings in the Americas, including the cathedral built to cajole the region.
The Museo Del Hombre Dominicano is a must see. Explore in style at Santo Domingo's most significant museum with exciting anthropology structures and amazing sculptures and artifacts relating to the Tainos, the island's original occupants.
Play a round of golf under the Caribbean sun. Early morning tee-off grants you dramatic ocean-facing settings.
Immerse yourself in Santo Domingo's grand nightlife by dancing to pulsating merengue with the locals or enjoy a late night walk on the city boardwalk.