The CMCC is organised around a multidisciplinary team specialising in scalp pathologies and surgery : dermatologists, plastic surgeons and general practitioners.
Thus, our patients benefit from comprehensive care, from diagnosis to treatment.
The effectiveness of the treatments is regularly evaluated using precise and objective methods of scalp exploration.
We offer customized therapeutic treatments, including :
- Hair grafts by FUE and FUT methods (with or without shaving)
- Removal of benign and malignant scalp tumors
- Mesografts of Rigenera type
- Microneedling and mesoneedling
- LED Light Therapy
OUR HAIR GRAFTING PROCEDURES
At the CMCC, we rely on a complete hair diagnosis for each of our procedures. We offer our patients four types of examinations: trichoscopy, TrichoScale, trichogramma and scalp biopsy.
We offer our patients treatments adapted to the nature of their alopecia: FUE transplant (with or without shaving), long hair FUT transplant, hair injections, light therapy/LED, dermatology and trichopigmentation.
Beard & eyebrow correction
Beard transplants, eyebrow transplants – the CMCC can perform surgical procedures to implant hairs, densify hair or conceal scars on beards and eyebrows.
The CMCC treats chronic inflammatory diseases of the scalp, such as seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, lichen planus pilaris, lupus erythematosus, fibrotic frontal alopecia and post-chemotherapy alopecia.
CMCC surgeons perform reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. They are specialized in hair surgery and have developed state-of-the-art hair transplant techniques.
Our CMCC researchers are recognized nationally and internationally for their contributions to improving the medical, surgical and cosmetic management of hair pathologies.
THE PATHOLOGIES WE TREAT
Androgenetic alopecia is the most common hair pathology. It is hereditary and causes progressive thinning of the hair at the top of the scalp. The hair gradually thins out before disappearing for good.Learn more
Telogenous effluvium is a temporary disruption of the hair cycle. It results in abundant and non-localized hair loss. It generally occurs after a traumatic episode (stress, childbirth, metabolic illness, emotional shock).Learn more
Scarring alopecia is caused by an inflammation of the scalp. It can be accidental, congenital, infectious or autoimmune. The hair follicles are destroyed and replaced by a smooth, shiny scar.Learn more
Facial Hair Loss
This refers to the hairy areas of the face such as the eyebrows, beard and moustache. These areas may become bald for congenital reasons or because of an accident, illness (thyroid) or frequent hair removal.Learn more
The scalp can present skin abnormalities such as benign tumors, cysts or nevi. The surgeon removes them by excision when they become uncomfortable or unsightly.Learn more
Seborrheic dermatitis, lichen planus pilaris, fibrotic frontal alopecia, psoriasis are inflammatory diseases of the scalp that must be treated quickly to prevent the appearance of scarring alopecia.Learn more
The CMCC is open every day from 9am to 8pm
CMCC office can be reached by phone +33 (0)1 84 83 14 00 or by email.
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