Hair Transplant FUE is the most common method among hair transplantation procedures. As most of you know, a hair transplant procedure is considered the only solution for hair loss problems. So, how hair transplant procedures are done, and what is the most preferred technique used in hair transplant?
Hair Transplant Are Performed In Three Methods
Hair transplant procedures are performed since the late 1800s. Doctors have used so many methods so far. But the most accurate technique was Follicular Unit Transplantation in the mid-1900s. The Follicular Unit Transplantation method creates the base of the other hair transplant procedures like FUE and DHI.
Although all the hair transplant methods are performed similarly, they have minor differences when extracting hair grafts or planting hair grafts. As we mentioned above the first hair transplant method most likely the FUT method and FUT methods create the base of the hair transplant procedures.
Follicular Unit Extraction – FUE
Follicular Unit Extraction is the most preferred hair transplant method because of its price and success rate. FUE hair transplant methods also has the highest success rate with the DHI method. You don’t want to see whole
Hair follicles are extracted one by one using specific tipped micromotors under local anesthesia and inserted in balding areas while taking into account the natural hair growth angle and direction in the hair transplant FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) process.
Advantages Of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
Here some advantages of Follicular Unit Extraction – FUE:
- FUE method is good for patients who need small transplants such as younger patients. Because FUE works with individual hair follicular bases.
- Patients need to shave the whole head. But there is a technique called U-FUE which means unshaven so, you don’t need to shave the whole head in U-FUE.
- There is no linear scar on the donor area that means the back or side of the head caused by taking grafts.
- FUE treatment is more expensive than FUT. Because it’s a more technological method than FUT.
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