What does the FUE hair transplant technique consist of? How is it performed and which are the results on the long-term?
FUE hair transplant is a surgical treatment for hair loss or alopecia which due to recent improvements has become a highly reliable solution for cosmetic hair transplantation.
FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction is a surgical but minimally invasive hair transplant technique that refers to the extraction of healthy follicular units (groups of 1-4 hairs) using a specialized punch tool from a donor area which is usually in the back of the head and their implantation in the bald areas. The implants will grow normally, providing you with natural-looking hairlines.
The advantages of the FUE hair transplant procedure is that it is stitchless, leaves no scarring whatsoever (the donor area heals completely in 7-10 days), there is no future infection, the patient can wear short hair and can style it in various ways and it is completely painless as we can use local anesthetics to numb the donor and receiver areas. A rather small disadvantage of the FUE hair transplant procedure is that it can take 4-5 hours or more, depending on the patient's alopecia degree, sometimes the FUE hair transplant requiring completion in two consecutive-day sessions.
You can get all the information you need and even see for yourselves in before-and-after pictures the benefits of the FUE hair transplant. All you need to do is contact us at Renew Skin & Health Clinic in Leamington Spa and be amazed by this revolutionary hair transplant procedure!
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