HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGERY PROCEDURE
Understanding FUT and FUE
Each FUE and FUT hair transplantation surgery procedure has two vital steps. The first step is to extract hair follicles or grafts. The second step is to plant this graft back into the bald or thinning area.
The first step, harvesting the hair follicles, can be done in two contrasting procedures called FUT and FUE.
FUT and FUE Differences
During the FUT method, the surgeon removes a single strip of hair from a dense donor area like the back of your head. The surgeon then sutures the donor site closed. Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is particularly suitable for ethnic hair and those suffering from severe balding.
The second method, FUE, requires the surgeon to extract grafts in a “one-by-one” method. The surgeon extracts the hair with a small surgical punch tool. Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) hair transplant surgery is a preferred choice for athletes. This is because you can shave your head and enjoy strenuous exercise again shortly after surgery.
Our Doctors are highly skilled in both FUT and FUE.