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Hair Transplant

Follicular Unit Extraction(FUE)

ABOUT FUE HAIR TRANSPLANTATION

In FUE procedure the hairs which never fall out will be used as the donor area. This area is the backside of your head between your ears and above your neckline. With the FUE technique which has much smaller impact on your donor area compared to FUT technique the extraction sites of the hairs are so small that they are barely noticeable.. It should be noted that the fue hair method achieves a more natural look than the fut method.

Follicular Unit Extraction Pros and Cons

While FUE sounds like the ideal solution for a wide range of patient types, it actually does have its limitations. This type of procedure is not for every patient, and you need to consider the pros and cons of FUE before you get the procedure done.


Pros of FUE

• Lack of scarring
• Recovery time is much faster
• Reduced amount of pain and general discomfort when the process is complete
• Offers the option of a larger donor space
• Makes the process easier for patients prone to scarring
• Can be used to repair or alter existing scarred areas
• Expands the harvesting area to body and beard hair
• Can be more beneficial to younger patients
• Could be ideal for those who only need a frontal transplant

Cons of FUE

• For a clean procedure, the donor area must be shaved extremely close
• Does not yield as many follicles as other methods
• Pricing tends to be more than other options
• There is the potential for donor area distortion that would make future FUE procedures impossible
• The lack of fatty tissue on the grafts can decrease their survival rate
• Patients needing larger donor areas could see scarring
• The procedure can take up to two days to complete
• The potential exists for buried grafts
• The surgeon may not be able to focus on the artistry angle of your FUT because of the excessive time involved

Follicular Unit Extraction Technique

Because an FUE requires that each follicle be removed individually in preparation for a Follicular Unit Transplant, it can become an extremely tedious process. Instead of dealing with strips of follicles, the surgeon is handling individual groups.


The FUE process uses a 0.8 mm to 1.0 mm surgical incision on the scalp where the follicles are to be removed. In order for the process to be done correctly, the patient’s head is completely shaved in the donor area.
After collecting and properly storing the grafts, the surgeon then prepares the transplant area with an eye towards artistically placing the grafts in ways that will look and feel natural. Then the surgeon meticulously places the grafts in the transplant area to get the desired effect.
One of the benefits of FUE is it gives the surgeon the option of removing individual follicles and placing them in such a way as to enhance the final effect.

How is it different?

OUR PROCESS



FUE differs from normal hair transplants in several ways. The first is that it is noticeable for not leaving any linear scars, or any noticeable changes (other than a renewed lease of life for your hair.)


Strip transplants, a method by which a piece of scalp covered in hair is removed in order to get hair follicles needed for transplantation, usually from the back of the head, leaves very distinctive lateral scars across the back of the head.


Strip transplant surgery also has a long recovery time, especially compared to FUE. FUE leaves some initial bleeding, but usually recovery is complete within 7 days. However, with strip harvesting, as a part of the scalp is removed, it can take weeks for the scars to heal over.

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