FUE - TO GET HAIR BACK NATURALLY
FUE (follicular unit extraction) Hair Transplantation is one of the most recent procedures for hair transplant surgery. Basically, it is a simple technique to develop regular hairs on one's scalp. In this methodology each follicular unit is independently separated leaving the donor area for all intents and purposes scar less and then the Follicular units are implanted and arranged with the goal that they can be transplanted in the thinning up top zones.
With this sort of transplantation the hairs extracted in little follicular units (1 - 3 hairs) and transplanted directly into your scalp. FUE hair transplant gives upgraded self-confidence as hair develops in a more natural way with this technique. One particular point of preference to this technique is it won't leave a critical scar on the donor area.
EXTRACTION OF FOLLICLES
DONOR AREA BEFORE HAIR
DONOR AREA AFTER
HAIR TRANSPLANT PROCEDURE
DONOR AREA AFTER
8 DAYS OF SURGERY
Based on the number of Follicular Units, Hair follicles are individually removed from the scalp by using the micro punches with diameters of 0.6-0.9 mm. During extraction process, punches leaves the small holes on the donor area. These small holes left behind, heals over the next few days. It leaves no scars on the head, this the most considerable point of extraction.
ADVANTAGES OF FUE
FUE is a technique requires more skill to practice on one's head and result in a very natural appearance of hair growth on the scalp. One of the major advantages of FUE technique is, no scar marks left behind after this procedure.
FUE is a minimally invasive procedure and take less time approx. 5 days to recover.
DISADVANTAGES OF FUE
Since the FUE method involves placing follicles one by one, the process is much more laborious, so sessions are needed with large periods of time for completion. Of course, depending on the patient suffers baldness.
In some cases, to practice the transplant procedure, it is necessary that the area is completely shaved so that growth can be made uniformly. Although the end result is much better, it may represent an aesthetic problem for some patients.