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INDICATIONS FOR FUE Following are the indications for FUE: Patients who want to wear their..
INDICATIONS FOR FUE
Following are the indications for FUE:
- Patients who want to wear their hair very short (and hence very thin linear scar is unacceptable)
- When a patient specifically requests an FUE procedure and enough grafts can be harvested to meet his or her needs.
- In patients with limited hair loss or those who require small sessions. This group includes patients with androgenetic alopecia in Norwood class 3 pattern or small vertex balding areas, limited cosmetic areas such as widow’s peaks (a triangular area of hairloss usually seen in the front of forehead in women), eyebrows, eyelashes, moustaches and limited areas of alopecia secondary to dermatologic conditions.
- In the treatment of widened scars resulting from traditional strip excisions.
- Patients having inadequate laxity for a strip excision (too tight skin).
- For scarring from dermatologic conditions, trauma or neurosurgical procedures.
- When previous scars of strip surgeries make further strips impossible, then FUE is an indication for further extractions.
- In patients, who tend to heal with wide or thickened linear scars.
- In athletes, who must resume full activity immediately after the procedure.
- For patients with an inordinate fear of pain or scars.
- When body or beard serves as a donor area.
- FUE technique is the only technique useful in body hair transplantation. The earlier indication of limited areas of donor site has been overcome by Body Hair Transplant.
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR FUE
Following are the contraindications for FUE:
- Inexperience in performing FUE techniques
- Unavailability of proper instrumentation
- Unrealistic patient expectations
- Inadequate donor supply
- Scarring that makes both the two- and three-step procedures problematic
- FOX grade 4 and 5 categories
- Patient who is not willing for long sessions for several hours or multiple sessions as needed due to the slowness of the process
- Patient who is not willing to cut his hair short and for this reason women are not good candidates for FUE
- Large bald areas needing more than 2500 grafts