Scarring alopecias are definitive, whether they are of infectious, inflammatory, accidental or congenital origin. In fact, they are the result of a process that has caused the irreversible destruction of hair follicles. These follicles are replaced by a smooth, shiny, fibrous scar. The more extensive the scar, the more visible it is. Some patients wish to conceal it.

Un chirurgien et son assistante en train de réaliser une chirurgie capillaire

The CMCC offers two types of surgery to address this condition:
  • hair transplants involves extracting hair follicles from the crown or temple to implant them on the scar. The implanted hair covers the scar and conceals it almost entirely.
  • restorative surgery to remove the scar surgically. The goal is to make it more discreet than it was.