DESCRIPTION OF THE METHOD, FUE method, FUE, FUT surgery, How is the procedure carried out, TRANSPLANTATION TECHNIQUE, RESULTS
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FUE method FUE (Follicular units extraction) hair transplant surgery was first performed in the 90s of the last century, but to this day re..
FUE (Follicular units extraction) hair transplant surgery was first performed in the 90s of the last century, but to this day remains the most effective method of transplantation. This method is seamless, but it cannot be called completely non-surgical, since there is still a violation of tissue integrity during the FUE operation.
How is the procedure carried out?
- Seamless FUE hair transplantation is carried out in several stages:
- First, donor material is taken, namely grafts, consisting of several hair follicles. Such a fence is carried out using mechanized hardware tools - FUE punches, which are sharp rotating punches. In diameter, they exceed the size of the follicles, so small scars will still remain, but they will be almost invisible.
- Microscopic incisions or punctures are made in the receiving area (if the grafts are small). Such manipulations can be painful, so local anesthesia is often used during FUE operations.
- Grafts will then be placed in the incisions (or punctures). The placement is done with tweezers
Follicular Unit Excision (FUE), formerly called Follicular Unit Extraction, is a method of extracting, or “harvesting,” donor hair in a follicular unit hair transplant procedure. In FUE hair transplant surgery, an instrument is used to make a small, circular incision in the skin around a follicular unit, separating it from the surrounding tissue. The unit is then extracted (pulled) directly from the scalp, leaving a small open hole.
This process is repeated until the hair transplant surgeon has harvested enough follicular units for the planned hair restoration. This process can take one or more hours and in more than one session, may be accomplished over two consecutive days. The donor wounds, approximately 1-mm in size, completely heal over the course of seven to ten days, leaving tiny white scars buried in the hair in the back and sides of the scalp.