A new hair transplant technique is creating waves in the billion-dollar hair replacement industry-the Cole Isolation Technique (CIT®), witch allows physicians to harvest single Follicular hair groupings and immediately implant into balding areas of the scalp. Developed by John Cole, CIT® is the first in the United State to harvest hair from other parts of the body including chest, stomach and back. Traditionally , Physicians would remove a strip of hair from abundant source of the head , transplant it to the bolding area and then sew the removal area back up leaving a permanent scar in the scalp, CIT® involves cutting down around the base of the Follicular or Follicular Grouping and removing each one individual without damaging the surrounding follicles. each individual grouping ,which can contain anywhere from one to five hairs each, is then planted in the balding area where it continues to grow and thrive. The area where the follicles where removed from is left with a minute nude scar virtually invisible to the naked eye even in closed inspection. Similarly, no scars are visible in the areas in which the hairs are implant. According to Cole, the average male will receive anywhere from 1,000 to 2,500 graft per session. In a typical session of CIT®, between 500 to 1,200 follicular groups (aprox 1,000 to 3,000 hairs) can be grafted, enabling the whole procedure to be performed in 1 to 3 days. CIT® is also compatible with other hair restoration methods that men and women may already be using such as drugs, creams, or cold lasers.