FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) method is used in hair transplantation since 2004 without any surgical intervention required. Individual follicular unit grafts are harvested one at s time using a special tiny punch of micro motors typically ranging from 0.7 to 1 mm size. Each follicular unit grafts are placed into sides opened by doctors in balding areas of the scalp. In average range, 2500 to 3000 grafts can be transplanted at a time for one patient. No closure of the post extraction wound is necessary, as there is no post-operative risk of scaring and stitching. The success of FUE Hair Translation Operations depends on the right determination of the root density in the transplantation area.
Many of today’s hair transplantation experts prefer the FUE in order to provide time saving. With this technique, it turns possible to harvest more grafts in more frequent intervals compared to the same quantity of field scanning.
In terms of comfort regarding the patient, the FUE techniques being non-surgical method is rather preferred by estethica as well.
To avoid the pain for the patient, the field of roots to be taken as well as the field of cultivation are anesthetized locally. The pain killer medicine, administrated through a special tiny needle into the skin surface, avoids the pain to occur. Numbness comes in 3 to 5 minutes after the application. During the operation the pain is imperceptible and painkillers use happens t to be often unnecessary after the operation.
Taking Grafts/ Opening Canals/ Planting Grafts/Post-Washing Procedure
The procedure is applied once the tissue testing analysis is completed by our doctors. In order for each graft to be taken one by one from the back area of the scalp the FUE micro motors are used carefully to determine the number of follicles it cares... CONTINUE READING at www.viplag.com
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