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About Fue Hair Transplant

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant is a minimally invasive method that aims to restore hair growth in areas where there is thinning or baldness by removing bald follicles one by one from the donation area.

What is this method?

Unlike FUE, FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) method, bald follicles are removed one by one and transplanted to the target area. This method can be applied without the need for stitches and without the risk of permanent scarring.

Who can get a FUE hair Transplant?

FUE hair transplant is a suitable method for people with increasing hair loss or complete baldness. In addition, it is a situation where people who have previously had hair transplant by the FUT method may prefer the FUE method in order to avoid the appearance of suture marks left by the FUT method.

How is it done?

FUE hair transplant is applied to carefully select the bald follicles of the patient from the donation area and transplant them to the target area. The procedure can be performed under local anesthesia or using general anesthesia according to the patient’s preference. The follicles in the donation area are removed one by one with a special tool and transferred to the target area.

How long will it take?

FUE hair transplant may vary depending on the size of the patient’s donation area and the targeted number of hairs. Usually, an FUE hair transplant procedure can be completed within a day.

When are the results seen?

After FUE hair transplant, hair growth can be seen in the transplanted area of bald follicles, passing through the adaptation process in about 3-4 months. The full results can usually be seen within 1 year.

How many days does FUE hair Transplant take?

FUE hair transplant can be completed within a day. However, major hair transplant can take several days. The healing process may also vary from person to person, but they can usually return to their normal activities within 7-10 days.

Is FUE hair transplant painful?

FUE hair transplant is a procedure with minimal pain. Patients usually spend it comfortably without anesthesia or being put to sleep. However, patients’ pain levels may vary depending on personal factors, and doctors may use local anesthesia.

However, not everyone is suitable for applying this method. The Decencies below may be among those who are not candidates for FUE hair transplant:

The scalp is very hard: the most suitable condition for the FUE technique is that the scalp is soft and elastic. transplant hard scalp, unsuitable for planting and may cause the transplant result to be worse than expected.
Low hair follicle count: The FUE method is applied depending on the number of hair follicles of a person. If the number of hair follicles is insufficient, the transplant result may be lower than expected.
Diseases transplant not suitable for hair transplantation: Some diseases may make FUE hair transplant impossible. These diseases include serious diseases such as diabetes, tuberculosis and cancer. Dec.
The cause of hair loss unknown reasons: If the cause of a person’s hair loss is not fully known, it may not be appropriate to apply an FUE hair transplant.
Additional factors: Factors such as smoking, stress, poor diet and vitamin deficiency can prevent hair transplant and create a situation that is not suitable for its application.

Each person’s situation is different, and the factors that determine whether you are a candidate for hair transplant may be individual. Therefore, it is recommended to consult a dermatologist about FUE hair transplant.

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