FUE Hair Transplant Technique

The procedure for removing and planting individual panels is called the follicular Unit Extrude (FUE) method. The FUE technique affects naturally growing hair, hair groups, follicle pairs or groups, benefiting not only to the application area, but to all hair roots.

In addition to the hair follicle and base (papilla), the attachment tissue around the follicle (matrix) can also be included in the FUE technique.

How to Make FUE Hair Transplant Technique?

Follicles are taken from the donor area individually during FUE hair plantation. The extraction is carried out using a special, titan-tipped surgical tool with a diameter of 0,7–1,0.

Micro-sized cuts, pockets are created in the hairless area and grafts are placed in a special way.

The FUE hair-planting method may leave traces in the donor area that are too small, dot-shaped, invisible to the naked eye, even in short-haired people. These little tracks will disappear over time and become undetectable.

FUE hair implantation is a highly sensitive, advanced medical intervention. To ensure maximum hair growth, it must remain intact during FUE and implantation.

The hairline surrounding the upper of the alum, which is different in women and men, is designed to look natural thanks to the FUE technique.

After FUE Hair Transplant Treatment Process

There are no visible, disturbing traces of operations.

The post-treatment maintenance and recovery process is not very challenging. The risk of any complications is very low, as long as the individual physicians fulfill their demands.

You should always consult your physician about how to perform the first hair wash after treatment or whether to perform it at the clinic.

It is recommended that alcohol and cigarette consumption has been cut off for at least 72 hours before and after the treatment. Alcohol can deteriorate the anesthetic’s action mechanism, cause excessive bleeding during treatment by thinning the blood, and cause more edema in the area of the application than expected. People should not consume cigarettes at least on the day of the treatment and one day after the treatment, as cigarettes damage the healing process of the tissues.

In order to minimize the contact of the processing area with the bed during the first days of sleep, the head must be laid up and never lie down on the prone.