Capillary implant consists on transplanting follicular units from an occipital zone to the zone where there is lack of hair.
De follicular units have 1, 2 or 3 hair follicles depending from the area where this might be implanted in order to obtain the most natural result. It is obtained from the back part of the scalp, which is known as donor zone, later on they are put artistically in the zone where the hair is needed (receptor zone).
In order to isolate each of the follicular units a microscope of augmentations is used and afterwards a special tools for microsurgery is used to introduce the hair in the selected zone.
WHY IS THE HAIR FROM THE BACK PART OF THE SCALP TAKEN?
The follicular units from the occipital zone have less number of hormonal receptors and, therefore, the mail sexual hormones have less effect on them. That is why, when you move them from one place to another they are not affected by the male hormones and they grow in a normal way.