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What is the FUE Technique?

Hair loss is a common problem for both men and women. The causes are many, including age, genetics, behavior, and illness. Hair loss may directly influence a person’s appearance, which can be a serious problem for many men, and even more so for women.

Fortunately, medical science has progressed to help solve this challenge with a dramatic new hair transplant method – FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction).

The FUE hair transplant is a specialized technique to transplant follicular units from the donor area to the recipient area. The FUE technique treats alopecia in both men and women and is designed for patients of all ages who meet the criteria.

The FUE hair transplant is undoubtedly one of the best-known hair transplants of all times; consequently, it is the most demanded by those suffering from hair loss. When you think about hair transplant, it is inured to be the technique that first comes to people’s minds.

During the FUE process, individual follicles are removed under local anesthesia utilizing a specially designed micro-surgical extractor less than one millimeter in diameter. The surgeon then implants the recipient area with these individual follicles. Our surgeons are experts at blending in the donor hair, inserting the grafts at the correct angle and density to match the original hair, and creating a natural and realistic hair pattern.

A FUE hair transplant can be done in either one long session, or several shorter sessions. A procedure with 800 grafts may be completed in a couple of hours. A larger procedure up to 4,500 grafts will require a long day session.

Unlike strip surgery, FUE hair transplants do not require large areas of the scalp to be harvested. There is also no linear incision on the back of the head, nor does the procedure leave the obvious and typical strip surgery scars.

The individual follicles are removed utilizing small punctures which are nearly invisible to the naked eye. There is little post-surgical pain and discomfort and the average recovery time is less than seven days. The results are permanent. While the first transplanted hairs will shed a few weeks after treatment, they will grow back strong and healthy.

The most important key to success is shaving the donor area. In this way follicular units are easier to detect and extract.

The most important key to success is shaving the donor area. In this way follicular units are easier to detect and extract.

The surgeon marks the areas to be filled with the follicular units. The surgeon will carefully weigh the esthetic of the entire scalp to ensure there is a balance between the donor and recipient areas.

The surgeon marks the areas to be filled with the follicular units. The surgeon will carefully weigh the esthetic of the entire scalp to ensure there is a balance between the donor and recipient areas.

Once the surgeon has marked all of the areas to be covered in the procedure, the next step is to anesthetize the scalp. A local anesthetic is used so that the hair transplant does not involve any pain.

Once the surgeon has marked all of the areas to be covered in the procedure, the next step is to anesthetize the scalp. A local anesthetic is used so that the hair transplant does not involve any pain.

Once the local anesthesia has taken effect, the surgeon will begin to extract the follicular units and graft them into the recipient areas.

Once the local anesthesia has taken effect, the surgeon will begin to extract the follicular units and graft them into the recipient areas.

Recovery after a FUE hair transplant is short because the relative non-invasiveness of the procedure results in minimal scarring. In one or two days after the operation, the donor and recipient areas will be healed. FUE hair transplant patients may go out in public and back to work in less than a week. Patients should not, however, perform strenuous physical activity or exercise for 15 to 30 days after the procedure.

Recovery after a FUE hair transplant is short because the relative non-invasiveness of the procedure results in minimal scarring. In one or two days after the operation, the donor and recipient areas will be healed. FUE hair transplant patients may go out in public and back to work in less than a week. Patients should not, however, perform strenuous physical activity or exercise for 15 to 30 days after the procedure.

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