During follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplants, new hair follicles are removed from your scalp and placed anyplace on your body. As a result, the hair in the new place will seem thicker.
FUE is commonly done in a period of 2 to 4 hour sessions spread out over a few days. In extraordinary circumstances, a “large session” might run anywhere between 10 to 12 hours.
The removed follicles will be placed through a succession of tiny incisions made by the doctor with a needle or other short, sharp equipment.
Hair is restored through FUE hair transplants, which replace aged follicles with fresh cells that can still generate hair.
It is a surgical procedure in which hair follicles are removed from any part of the body, such as the forehead or legs, and transplanted to the bald area.
Hair clusters with their origins are physically removed and implanted at the hairless location in follicular unit extraction, and skin patches with decent hair development are implanted on thinning sites.
The donor region sutures are disguised by the person’s hair, which is brushed over them. after the hair transplant procedure, the sutures are removed.
On the treated region of the patient, small scars with short hair would be noticeable after the hair transplant procedure.