Welcome to The Dr. Alba Reyes Sagiv Skin and Hair
The Skin and Hair Transplant Institute was established
in the Dominican Republic in the year 2000, with the aim to offer full hair
restoration, providing personalized care and making use of the latest
state-of-the art surgical techniques.
Our ambition is to
To provide state-of-the-art, high quality care, we
feature the most modern facilities available with respect to comfort,
equipment, hygiene and sterilization . All this in the tropical island setting
of the Dominican Republic, which is just a few hours
Dr. Alba Reyes is the first surgeon in Latin America
to have been admitted by the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery
(ABHRS). Our services are exclusively dedicated
has trained her entire to staff to the highest medical and professional
standards. The trained members of institute assist Dr. Reyes with preparation
before executing a hair transplant.
The institute staff is trained with advanced microscopes to prepare and
increase the survival rate of grafts used for transplants.
Dr. Reyes has gained extensive experience with all
types of hair restoration procedures (FUT, FUE, Eyelash, Eyebrow, Beard,
Moustache and BHT). In addition we are the local
patients at The Alba Reyes Sagiv - Skin and Hair Transplant institute are
treated using MSFU (Mega Session Follicular Unit Transplant). A more advanced
version of this is the SMSFU (Super Mega Session Follicular Unit Transplant),
which is currently available by a few surgeons worldwide.
Reyes Sagiv - Skin and Hair Transplant Institute offers patients the newest a
most effective Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) techniques. This technique
requires a very skilled surgeon that can extract follicles directly from the
scalp to result in an an excellent appearance.
This procedure allows balding areas (recpient site) to be transplanted with
hair follicles from areas of your own scalp (donor site) that are rich in hair
Advantages of the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE):
- No use of traditional linear incisions
- Minimal scarring in the donor area
- Physical activities can be resumed quickly
- Incisions heal within a week of surgery