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What are the advantages and disadvantages of the FUE and FUT surgical hair transplant procedures at Renew Clinic?

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Answer for What do the FUE and FUT procedures involve in Birmingham? from Renew Skin Team
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To begin with, the surgical FUE and FUT hair transplant techniques are cosmetic procedures that have permanent or long-term results. FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction hair transplant is a less invasive procedure and consists in the harvesting of follicular units (groups of 1-4 hairs) from a donor area which is usually in the back of the head. The healthy hair is then implanted in the bald areas where it will grow normally restoring your natural hairlines. FUT or Follicular Unit Transplant technique is a more invasive surgical procedure which implies the removal of a strip of tissue from the donor area. The follicular units are harvested from this strip of tissue and then implanted in the bald areas, ensuring the same results as the FUE hair transplant technique. The only difference between the two hair transplant procedures is that FUE takes longer (up to 4-6 hours, or even two consecutive-day sessions) and the FUT leaves a linear and quite visible scar, so you should always leave your hair grow a bit longer in order to conceal it.
At our Renew Skin and Health Clinic branch in Birmingham our hair restoration consultant will provide you with all the information regarding the causes of alopecia (baldness), and will also present you with the best option to go with, established by your individual condition and lifestyle. All consultations that take place within our cosmetic clinic are set in a relaxing and private environment with highly trained and experienced hair loss specialists, ensuring that you will make the right choice making you look healthier and younger.


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