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Mustafa Yilmaz


My vision of hair transplantation is totally in line with this perspective: to be at the service of regained well-being through effective techniques that give natural results. The hair, in women of course, but in men, it is the force of life, it is the finery. Losing them is truly an injury, a trauma. It’s terrible!

Also, I enjoy listening to my patients and never judging them. I am then able to give them the best advice and allow them to regain their self-confidence.

I naturally surrounded myself with a caring, expert and extremely rigorous team in its field to be sure to offer men and women who suffer from baldness solutions that work, without ever ignoring safety and reliability.

The used techniques depend on Dr. Mustafa Yilmaz decision after doing the medical diagnosis, Choi Pen / DHI - Sapphire - Micro FUE are used normally in our operations.

Emine Karabash


I started dermatology almost 15 years ago now and thanks to my encounters with other dermatologists, I quickly turned to medical aesthetics.

More and more women and men want to feel good about their hair, and when this is the case, one gains confidence in oneself, in everyday life, in social life and in work.

I have also always remained "classic", in this movement that is now called the "Soft touch", namely to privilege discretion, elegance, and of course, naturalness. Not ostentatious! I prefer to repair what is damaged, rather than change or modify.

The used techniques depend on Dr Emine’s decision after doing the medical diagnosis, Choi Pen / DHI - Sapphire - Micro FUE are used normally in our operations.

Ayshe


She is the one who sees you in consultation and who makes the diagnosis. On D-Day, Ayse. starts the procedure with local anesthesia in your donor area. She is present throughout your intervention, ensuring its perfect completion, with the support of her team of experts.

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  • Tags: FUE technique, hair transplantation without scars

    FUE technique, hair transplantation without scars

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    FUE: DIRECT FOLLICULAR UNIT EXTRACTIONHomeFUE: Direct Follicular Unit ExtractionNo linear scarPreservation of the donor areaSelection of the best graf..

    FUE: DIRECT FOLLICULAR UNIT EXTRACTION
    HomeFUE: Direct Follicular Unit Extraction
    No linear scar
    Preservation of the donor area
    Selection of the best grafts
    Gentle extraction
    Short haircuts
    Implantation en dense packing
    Titanium punch for isolation of ultra-thin grafts
    The FUE follicular unit extraction technique is the least invasive hair transplant technique. This procedure leaves no linear scar in the donor area as it does not use a scalpel or stitches. FUE consists of removing follicular units one by one from the donor area using circular micro-punch of the diameter corresponding to the patient's follicular units.

    Hair transplant without scar
    The strip sample scar: Some patients do not want any traces of the intervention and in particular a scar following the sample strip sample. FUE leaves almost no trace visible to the naked eye. Patients can regain their hair and the freedom to wear their hair as they wish.

    The advantages of FUE: short cut and absence of linear scar
    The so-called “FUE” graft procedure meets these criteria: the absence of a recognizable linear scar, and the widening of the sampling area.

    Why FEU?
    Today the main advantage that patients see in FUE is the absence of linear scarring due to FUT in the donor area. But when FUE was developed, the first motivation of doctors was not the absence of scars but rather the widening of the sampling area.

    History of the FUE
    After the ISHRS conference in October 2003 in New York where the first results on FUE were presented, the best clinics in the world began their own trials and began to market the procedure known as FUE – Follicular Unit Extraction – The enthusiasm generated by a transplant of hair without scars is very important because many men treated for male alopecia do not want traces of a hair transplant procedure.

    FUE and the donor area
    The new sampling areas offered by the FUE have opened up new possibilities for hair transplants.

    Prior to the arrival of FUE, doctors faced the problem of patients who had already undergone one or more operations and whose donor area by FUT had been exhausted. These patients no longer had a sufficient donor area to cover the needs of the recipient area. FUE enlarges the donor area by 30 and 50% compared to FUT. By allowing the exploitation of the temporal zones and the high and low zones of the occipital region, the donor zone is found widened.

    FUE and Cherry picking
    In modern FUE, doctors prefer this procedure to select grafts from different places on the scalp. Doctors can thus take hair of different diameters that they can place in different places in the bald areas.

    For example , the slightly thinner 1-hair follicular units found on the lower part of the donor area will be used exclusively on the new hairline, thus perfectly copying the natural placement. This technique is called Cherry Picking.

    FUE transplant techniques
    Today there are many FUE transplant techniques on the market. But it is not fair to indicate that such and such an appellation is a technique in its own right.

    We hear FUE Sapphire, DHI, FUE Waw, FIT, FUE ICE and other names. In reality, these are only designations that differentiate the tools used by the practitioner. Some of these tools facilitate certain steps and allow a faster intervention or allow not to cut the hair.

    In all cases, these are procedures without linear scars and allowing a large number of grafts respecting the key stages of FUE.

    Step 1: Shearing and preparation for the intervention
    For FUE the hair in the donor area is usually shorn. It is impossible to remove a follicle if the hair is longer than 1mm.

     

    However, a "total" mowing can sometimes be avoided depending on the case. We then speak of “Patchy” or “Unshaven” FUE. Normal FUE requires full mowing. Shearing is done without a comb. The ultra short cut is nevertheless quickly forgotten because 15 days after the operation, the hair has already grown back by 0.5 cm

    hair transplant consultation
    Step 2: isolate the hair follicles
    The follicles are then selected directly on the patient's scalp, the hair is isolated with a titanium punch with a diameter varying from 0.7 to 1.0 mm. This step is one of the advantages of FUE, we can then select each graft and therefore favor grafts of 1, 2, 3 hairs according to the needs of the recipient area. This step is part of “Cherry Picking” – we select the best grafts!

     

    To isolate the grafts, the punch goes down 3 to 4 mm into the skin along the hair and follicle. This is the only step that requires the FUE punch. The grafts then isolated and separated from the epidermis and the dermis. But these remain in the skin for now. They are not extracted yet.

    it was punch
    The punch isolates the follicles on the scalp
    Step 3: extract the hair follicles "Cherry Picking"
    Using micro forceps, either a micro-forcep or a "mosquito" forceps, the selected follicles are extracted one by one. Each graft is then deposited in physiological serum and/or in a mixture of PRP and physiological serum. The grafts are then sorted and checked and prepared for implantation. The extraction procedure is then complete. We can start the procedure of incisions and implantation which is the same in FUE or FUT.

    Hair transplant extraction Dr Beyhan
    Step 4: incisions in the recipient area
    Using blades cut to the size of the follicular units, the practitioner draws the new hair using micro-incisions in the area to be grafted. Slides are cut and prepared for each patient. They are for single use. This technique is called “custom-blades”. Some tools have been developed for this step, including FUE Sapphire and DHI.

    It is at this stage that factors decide the result of the hair transplant performed. These factors are:

    The angle of the hair
    the distribution
    The density
    The stage of the incisions determines the design of your hair transplant.

    front line drawing
    Step 5: placing the grafts in the incisions
    Each graft of 1,2 and 3 hairs having been previously separated and sorted, they are now inserted into each incision. This step is often done with several hands because up to 3 people can work at the same time and insert the grafts on the patient's scalp.

     

    The grafts will now re-oxygenate and then reconnect to the patient's vasculature.

     

    The FUE operation is over. Then begins the wait for the regrowth of the graft. Patients benefit from their results 7 to 8 months later, but at least 12 months are necessary for complete regrowth, and up to 15 to 18 months for hair thickening.

    Postop Hair Transplant
    After the FUE transplant: the postoperative
    After about ten days, the traces of extraction fade and the donor area resumes its normal appearance after 15 to 20 days.

    If the patient does not wish to have their hair cut, then the procedure must be performed in so-called “patchy” or “unshaven” FUE.

    It usually takes 15 days for the redness on the recipient area to subside.

    About 1 month to 2 months after the FUE operation, all the implanted hair falls out. This is a normal process. 12 months will be necessary for complete regrowth. Treatments can be used to speed up the process (PRP, Minoxidil, Help Hair Shake….)

    Fue 15 jours post op
    The taille des punches WAS
    FUE punches have evolved a lot since the beginning of this procedure. In the beginning, the first FUE transplanters used punches used for biopsies. Quickly, the punches evolved into versions exclusively designed for FUE varying in size and shape. Today the punches are machined almost entirely in Titanium because of the biocompatible property of this material.

     

    Punch sizes mostly range from 0.7 millimeters to 1 millimeter. The extremely small size of the punches helps to make the FUE almost invisible and without visible scars. Of course, the size of the FUE punches is not the only factor contributing to the more or less visible traces left by the removal. The quality of the punch blade – more or less sharp – and the genetic heritage of the patient are factors of the same importance as the size of the punch.

    FUE punch without scar
    Les punches de FUE.
    FUE VERSUS FUT, can these methods be combined with each other?
    A good aesthetic result does not depend on the sampling procedure. It is therefore totally false to assert that the aesthetic result would be better in one procedure rather than another. Many more other factors such as the design of the hairline, the natural appearance of the transplanted hair, and the ability to produce density are much more determining factors in the aesthetic result of a hair transplant.

    Is FUE a technique with denser results?
    A good aesthetic result does not depend on the sampling procedure. It is therefore totally false to assert that the aesthetic result would be better in one procedure rather than another. Many more other factors such as the design of the hairline, the natural appearance of the transplanted hair, and the ability to produce density are much more determining factors in the aesthetic result of a hair transplant.

    From our point of view, it is not. Extraction is a sampling method that has these advantages, but does not change the elements determining the outcome of an intervention:

    Whatever the technique, it is important to remember that the elements determining the result of a hair transplant intervention are:

     

    The donor area/recipient area ratio of the candidate
    The type of grafts harvested
    The quality of the donor area
    The artistic skill of the surgeon
    Its ability to implant with density
    How to determine if you are a good candidate for FUE: Here are the things to check:
    Patient's age
    Advanced hair loss (beginning / advanced / in progress / stopped). Checking family history of hair loss helps.
    Donor area yield (UF/cm2) and caliber.
    Need the recipient area (cm2) see our density page.
    Goal of patient reconstruction.
     

    You can contact one of our doctors to discuss these elements.

    Strip or direct extraction, in which case to choose?
    It is important to remember that both FUT and FUE sampling techniques are useful and are techniques with each advantages and disadvantages

     

    Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) should be preferred for the following cases:

     

    A patient who wears or wishes to wear their hair very short. Patients who wish to keep the freedom to choose all types of haircuts. If the desired hair length is less than 0.5cm, the fine FUT scar may be detectable even with the trichophytic suture.

    The patient desiring the least invasive surgery, because there is no risk of damaging the nerves.

    The patient desiring a quick return to social life, as the healing and recovery period of the donor area is much faster. A return to sports activities and a normal social life is generally faster.

    The patient needs a small transplant, the number of grafts being better controlled. With this minimally invasive procedure, FUE is ideal for small transplants or corrections in recipient areas.

    The patient having retained an unacceptable scar from a previous operation. Strip scars cut by inexperienced surgeons become large, unacceptable scars that can be repaired by the FUE procedure.

    The patient simply wishing not to have a scar.

    The patient does not benefit from a sufficiently dense donor area. Follicular extraction considerably enlarges the donor area. Even more when using donor areas of the body such as the torso or the back (see our BHT page).
     

    Follicular transplantation by strip, FUT should be preferred for the following cases:
     

    Patients with a large area to be implanted, and who wish to achieve maximum grafting in a single operation. A Combo is then made, i.e. a combination of FUT and FUE.

    The patient whose donor area is hypo-dense (density below the average), in this case, FUE is impractical. FUT is a better option if the patient maintains a certain length of hair.

    The patient for whom a fine scar does not pose a problem and who does not wish and will not wish a haircut with a length of less than 0.5cm. As long as they measure more than 0.5cm, the hair in the donor area completely covers the scar (which should only measure between 1 and 1.5 mm) which is now systematically carried out with a trichophytic suture.

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