- Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
- Over 20 years in practice and thousands of happy patients
- Voted one of the Best Doctors in America 2010 - present
- Honolulu Magazine Top Doctor ten years running
- Voted as a Castle Connelly Top Doctor
- Allergan Top 100 Plastic Surgery Practice
Medical Hair Restoration & Hair Transplant in Honolulu, Hawaii
Welcome to Asia Pacific Plastic Surgery. We’re an international leader in medical hair restoration and transplant. Honolulu, Hawaii, plastic surgeon Dr. Shim Ching uses the best hair transplantation approach available, as well as his artistic vision and scientific methodology.
Our Hair Restoration & Transplant Techniques
Hair restoration techniques at our clinic employ the most sophisticated hair transplant procedures available to create the most natural look for you. We perform Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair restoration. This technique can offer you the maximum amount of hair transplantation, minimal recovery time and the most outstanding scarless results. These procedures involve the implantation of follicular units that grow naturally on the scalp. By utilizing the smallest grafts possible, our hair restoration results appear completely natural and undetectable.
FUE Hair Transplants
FUE, or follicular unit extraction, is an advanced hair restoration method in which healthy follicles are harvested singly, rather than by surgically removing a strip of hear-bearing scalp. This minimally invasive hair restoration technique, when performed Dr. Ching, creates a restoration that appears completely natural, with rapid hair regrowth, a shorter recovery time, and a virtually scarless outcome.Learn More
FUT® Hair Transplants
Follicular unit transplantation, FUT, is the “strip method” of hair restoration, which can be the appropriate approach for patients seeking maximum fullness. The procedure involves removing a thin strip of hair-bearing skin from the back of the head. A high-powered microscope is used to meticulously separate each follicular unit for transplantation to thinning or balding areas. The incision is closed, camouflaged by the surrounding hair.Learn More
Thinning, balding, or excessive shedding can occur due to heredity, hormonal changes, a side effect of medications, or associated with a medical condition. The most common form of hair loss is hereditary, called male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness. In men, the hairline recedes, followed by thinning on the crown of the head, and advances to complete hair lossLearn More