More than 30% of men face excessive hair loss by the age of 35-40. Baldness is associated with many factors, often with heredity or hormonal disorders. Regardless of the cause of alopecia, the only sure way to restore the density of hair is a hair transplant. There are many questions related to this method; how the procedure is performed and who is contraindicated, what its cost is, what results can be achieved, and how long it will last. The surgical technique is called the strip method or FUT. How do you do a hair transplant in this case? The technology is as follows: Part of the hair from the donor area is cut out with a scalpel. Then the skin flap is divided into several parts (grafts), which contain 1-6 hair follicles. In the area of transplantation, incisions are made in which the hairs are implanted. The FUE method of seamless transplantation is considered to be partially operational. Its essence is that the donor follicles are extracted without using a scalpel, using a microtubule (micro punch), which makes punctures up to 0.8 mm in diameter. Hair insertion requires an incision in the skin, resulting in small scars.