Hair transplant is a microsurgical procedure in which hair follicles are transplanted from one part of the skin to another.The final result of the transplant can be evaluated in 6 months.Transplanted hair fully maintains normal growth and is subject to normal care.
Modern medicine offers a number of microsurgery procedures for hair transplant.
FUE (follicular unit extraction) is one of the modern and innovative hair restoration methods. The surgeon, by the use of a special instrument (punch implanter) and under local anesthesia, takes the grafts from the donor section and transplants them into the bald section. A Graft is a hair donor unit that contains 1 to 4 hair follicles. Depending on the degree of baldness, the surgeon can take and transplant 500 to 5000 grafts.
FUE is a less invasive, suture-free and painless intervention.
Another hair transplant method in modern medicine is the FUT (follicular unit transplant). During the FUT surgery, the surgeon removes a thin layer of skin from the neck that contains enough hair, divides it into sections, and implants it into the bald section; sutures are placed in the donor section. FUT is considered a more invasive procedure, leaving thin scars on the neck, but at the same time it is a quick, painless and effective method.
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