As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility, Seneca performs hair transplants, free of charge, to patients who have lost their hair due to a fire or an accident.
In collaboration with the Greek burn and burn victims’ organization Salvia, Seneca’s medical team offers people who have suffered such a traumatic experience the opportunity to regain their self-confidence.
Together, Seneca and Salvia gave the patient free scalp rehabilitation. The patient had an accident in her early days, resulting in hair loss on her right temple. She had been searching for years for hair restoration solutions, which were costly, time-consuming, and with a low success rate. Seneca’s medical team took on this case and proceeded with placing hair follicles on the burned surface of the patient’s scalp using the Direct FUE method.
Seneca’s Direct FUE hair transplantation method is a minimally invasive procedure performed under local anaesthesia and therefore is practically painless. The procedure is performed only by physicians certified by SENECA’s Training & Research Centre, who adhere to Seneca Medical Group’s strict quality protocols.
Images before the surgery