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First Choice Hair Transplant & Cosmetics - Hair Transplant in Amritsar

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FUE Hair Transplant Procedure!

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6 months ago
I am Awadesh from Asr,today I have done my transplant here..thnx for all your guidance and help,awesome staff,neat and hygienic conditions..
- Avdhesh K
a year ago
- Gurpreet S

Hair Transplant Method

Which hair transplant method should I prefer? 

  Hair transplant techniques have taken a substantial leap. The advanced methods of hair restoration grow natural hair in a natural way. These grafted hairs are taken from the patient's own scalp only. There is no mismatch of color or the genetic structure of the hair. In the past, transplantation had involved weaving artificial hair made of fiber into the scalp. The look was not-so-natural, and the feel wasn't good either. The hair was synthetic and did not grow. There had been a lot of advancement since that. Nowadays, the two most widely popular techniques are FUE and FUT surgeries. Both have their pros and cons.    

The FUT Hair Transplant is a more traditional surgical hair transplant technique, which is still infrequent use. It involves cutting off a strip from the back or sides of the scalp. During this procedure, follicular units are dissected from a piece of tissue and then implanted in the recipient area. It is called follicular unit transplantation. This type of hair transplant is relatively invasive and involves stitching. It may be painful, and it does leave a scar in the donor area. Nevertheless, FUT is a reasonably successful procedure.       

    In the (FUE) or follicular unit extraction instead of a complete unit, follicles are directly taken out by the method of punching. Punching involves making very tiny micro incisions to extract follicular units. Similar punches or small holes are made in the recipient area and the derived units are carefully placed there.  

  Now it is natural for patients to be in doubt whether or not to go for a hair restoration procedure, where the consult and which method to opt for. As for the latter part, both the methods discussed above are excellent, it is just a matter of what suits you better. Let us look at the pros and cons to help understand the difference.    

1. Since scalpels are used in the FUT process, it does include the risk of complications like nerve damage or infection. The FUE, on the other hand, does not involve any such risk of complication.   

    2. Grafts can be taken from any part of the body for FUE. But body hair cannot be used in the FUT. So, if the patient does not have a suitable donor area on the scalp, it rules out follicular unit transplantation for him out of her.    

3. The scalpel method leaves a thin scar in the donor area since the skin is stitched up there, although it covers up when hair grows in length. There is a pain in the donor area too. In the unit extraction procedure, there is no scar formed and no pain because there are no wounds where follicles are harvested from.  

4. In FUE Hair Transplant , hair Transplant surgeons can harvest thousands of follicles in one session. There FUT is limited in the way of not providing as many grafts as FUE can. So, more success can be easily achieved in one sitting by using a single unit implantation.  

Undoubtedly, FUE is less invasive, less painful, and gives denser hair growth. It can be applied in cases where there is no apparent baldness but just thinning of hair.            

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