A novel hair transplantation technology, Automated Follicular Unit Extraction (AFE), enables your doctor to do FUE hair transplantation, which is the most up-to-date and clinically validated type of hair transplantation (follicular unit extraction). FUE is a technique that relies on the precision of the surgeon to be effective. Controlled Follicular Unit Extraction, when used in conjunction with hair transplantation, allows your doctor to deliver absolute and accurate placement of hair transplants using equipment that functions under pneumatic pressure and under precision automated control. To put it another way, it means that your hair transplant operation may be completed in a safe and efficient manner while maintaining the highest level of accuracy and precision. Providing you with a fully natural appearance while causing you less pain and downtime is our goal.
New transplant technology allows for the greatest amount of coverage possible without the need for surgery or scarring.
Results That Are Natural-Looking
Minimal discomfort and a rapid recovery time
IN WHAT MANNER IS AUTOMATED FOLLICULAR UNIT EXTRACTION CONDUCTED?
It is a surgical procedure in which hair is removed from the back of the head and transplanted into places of the body where there has been a significant loss of hair. The Automated Follicular Unit Extraction system makes use of advanced technology that allows it to quickly and painlessly remove hair follicles from the back of the head and implant them into balding areas without the need for stitches. When doing Automated Follicular Unit Extraction, a regulated pneumatic pressure is applied to the graft, allowing it to slip out smoothly without any pulling or twisting, which could cause damage to the unit. A Follicular Unit Extraction transplant is more efficient than other out-of-date procedures because it allows grafts to be re-implanted sooner, making them more resilient and boosting the success of the grafting process.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT IN THE WAY OF RESULTS?
The use of Automated Follicular Unit Extraction (AFE) has significantly improved the results of hair restoration surgery as compared to the old-fashioned “punch grafting” technique, which frequently results in altered texture or unnatural straight lines (corn row) of hair appearance. Grafting sessions are intended to replace lost hair, improve a receding hairline, and provide a healthy and natural appearance to the patient. It is possible that your results will differ according on your level of baldness.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM ELIGIBLE TO BECOME A CANDIDATE?
Candidates for hair restoration surgery are those who have experienced significant hair loss and who have adequate donor hair on the back of the scalp to transplant into the balding areas on the front of the head. The ideal prospects are men and women who have only frontal or partial hair loss and have sufficient donor hair to undergo hair restoration. Your doctor will determine the amount of coverage that is necessary to achieve the appearance that you desire.
WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO SEE RESULTS?
Grafting is a rather straightforward scientific procedure. Hair follicles are harvested from the back of the head, where the hair has been genetically programmed to continue to grow indefinitely. Your transplanted hair is held in place by follicles, which are live tissues that grow in a cyclical fashion. Transplantation, like regular hair development, is a continuing procedure that necessitates a significant investment of time. Once the hair follicle has been implanted into the balding area, the grafted hair will remain in place for around two to three weeks before it begins to regress and fall out naturally. It is common and an important part of the new hair development process because after shedding, new growth will begin in 3-4 months; however, this is not always the case. Afterward, the hair will continue to grow regularly, and the final result will be healthy and natural-looking.
HOW LONG IS IT GOING TO LAST?
Male pattern baldness begins to appear in the majority of males between the ages of 40 and 45 years old. For women, it is possible that they will reach the age of 55-60 before their balding pattern becomes visible. Even after a hair transplant, some people will require ongoing maintenance, and further sessions will likely be required, particularly if your balding patterns continue to worsen as you get older. More hair transplants may be required as a result of progressive hair loss or a desire for greater density. During your appointment, you will be given an estimate of your balding pattern and the number of treatments that will be required.
TRANSPLANTATION OF FUTURE HAIR
What exactly is a FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant?
“Follicular-Unit Extraction,” also known as “Follicular-Unit Extraction,” is a minimally invasive hair transplant technique that allows for the harvesting of individual follicles from the donor area without the use of a scalpel or the need for stitches, resulting in the absence of a linear scar in the donor area.
What are the primary advantages of FUE over traditional “strip” surgery?
It is widely acknowledged that FUE transplants heal more quickly and easily than linear incision harvest procedures, which need the use of a knife and require the use of stitches. Once the healing process is complete, the patient can choose to have a very short haircut without having to worry about a visible linear scar. Because there are no stitches required, downtime is shorter, and there are less activity restrictions immediately following the treatment.
Who would be a good candidate for FUE treatment?
Patients who would prefer the option of wearing a very short haircut in the back or sides of their head, or those who would like the least degree of activity restriction (for example, athletes) following their hair transplant process, may be suitable candidates for FUE hair transplantation. The FUE System can also be utilised for “scar camouflage” treatments on patients who have previously undergone linear harvests, as well as for body hair transplants using the FUE technique.
What are the most significant variations in cost between FUE and traditional “strip” hair transplantation procedures?
If you compare FUE hair transplant treatments to those conducted with a “strip” linear harvest technique, the fee structure reflects the more detailed and sophisticated nature of the surgeries performed with the FUE method.
Is there a difference between the final transplanted “results” achieved with the FUE method and those obtained with the “strip” surgery?
The outcomes are comparable. FUE methods, by default, produce grafts that are mostly composed of one, two, three, or four follicles, together referred to as “follicular units.” It is also possible to obtain identical follicular-unit grafts using strip harvests, which are then microscopically split into grafts of one, two, or three follicles by a team of experts. As long as the grafts are placed into the recipient area with care, creativity, and precision, the final transplanted results obtained with FUE would be similar, if not identical, to those obtained through a skilled surgeon conducting a “strip” harvest. Instead of a difference in the area of hair development, the difference is how the donor area is harvested: either by a strip of scalp or through the use of small individual graft extractions.
The FUE system is suited for both men and women, do you think?
Yes. For men and women who want to restore their own live and growing hair through hair transplantation, FUE is a suitable alternative because it is a minimally invasive process that requires little downtime.
Is it necessary for me to have a complete “buzz cut” in order to undergo a FUE procedure?
Unless you have long hair, the answer is no. It is possible to harvest donor hair utilising the FUE procedure if your donor hair is long enough. This is accomplished by shaving small portions that can be covered by your other, existing hair. If you have short hair, it is beneficial to shave it close to the scalp for optimal yield. Because the transplanted grafts are short, it appears more natural sooner after the procedure.
Is it possible for me to be a good candidate for a FUE procedure?
Having a one-on-one consultation with your doctor is the most effective way to establish whether or not you are a candidate for FUE hair transplantation.