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Assist to Hairline Device (AHD)

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ManufacturerCole Instruments Inc.
Availability:in stock 957 item(s)
Product Code:22AHD

Product Dimensions and Weight

Product Length: 15.0000IN
Product Width: 10.5000IN
Product Height: 0.5000IN
Product Weight: 0.2000LB
Sales price $90.00
Cole Instruments AHD is used to assist in the design of the hairline during hair transplant procedures.
* Reusable AHDs are available in 6/pack


The AHD-Reusable (AHD-R) is a one-of-a-kind device designed to help create the most symmetrical and natural hairline placement possible. This is the quickest, easiest, and most cost-effective hairline design tool available.

The AHD-R is made of lightweight plastic. The reusable version includes an elastic strap to secure the device on the patient’s head and is perfect for use during consultations or prior to hair transplant surgery.

To use the AHD-R, align the vertical center line with the patient’s nose and center it between the eyes. The horizontal “0” line should be aligned with the eyebrows or the glabella while ensuring horizontal alignment with the lateral canthi. Hairline points are then marked along the vertical scale.

Reusable AHDs are available in 6/pack.


  • Disposable or Reusable
  • Vertical Scales
  • Horizontal Reference Lines
  • Vertical Reference Lines
  • Self-Adhesive


  • Speed
  • Symmetry
  • Ease of Use
  • Cost Effective
  • Accuracy ±1.3%


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