The Most Advanced Hair Transplantation Method
What is the FUE method?
The FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair replacement procedure is a minimally invasive procedure that’s safe, comfortable, effective, and affordable.
What are the benefits of FUE hair transplant?
In addition to natural-looking results, the minimally invasive FUE hair transplantation procedure offers several benefits, including:
How is FUE hair restoration procedure performed?
FUE treatment uses grafts from the back of the head (which we call the donor area). These grafts are harvested individually and placed in the areas where you’re experiencing hair loss, thinning, or male pattern baldness.
Step One: Assessment
The transplant surgeon assesses the donor area and determines where the new hair goes.
Step Two: Donor Hair Harvesting
The FUE hair replacement procedure harvests this hair from the back of your head (the donor area), so it can be transferred to the areas where hair loss is occurring.
Step Three: Formation of the Recipient Sites
We develop an artistic hair transplant plan that’s specific to your own hair structure and pattern. Our hair transplant surgeon uses that plan to create recipient sites at the perfect angle, direction, and orientation for your natural hair.
Step Four: Placement of the Hair Graft
The follicular units are transplanted into the balding areas of your scalp. Each graft is precisely harvested as it naturally occurs and implanted individually to ensure natural results.
How soon will I see the results?
The follicles that hold your transplanted hair are living tissues that grow in stages. Like normal hair growth, transplantation is an ongoing process that requires a commitment of time. The new growth will begin in 4-6 months. This is a normal and important part of the new hair growth process. The hair will then continue to grow normally, and your new hairline will look healthy and natural.
How long will my newly transplanted hair last?
The transplanted hair will be permanent. The FUE procedure will increase the thickness of your hair slowly at first but within a year should be fully grown.
How is FUE hair transplantation different from the traditional strip (FUT) method?
Unlike the FUT method, which requires the physician to surgically cut and remove a strip of the scalp from the back of the head and implant it into blading areas, the FUE method extracts follicular units and repositions them in the thinning areas. This alleviates any clumping of the transplanted hairs or scarring.
Am I a candidate for FUE hair transplantation surgery?
Your candidacy for FUE hair restoration will depend on a number of factors, including the number of grafts necessary to produce the results you desire, your hair density in the donor area, your hair’s color and texture, your skin color, and the potential for the future hair loss.
The ideal hair transplant candidates are individuals who:
- Are experiencing frontal or partial hair loss
- Have sufficient hair grafts in the donor area to transplant into balding areas
- Have realistic expectations of hair transplantation results
Our doctor will assess the amount of coverage needed to give you the appearance your desire. The quality of your donor hair is the most important factor in determining how much hair can be transplanted.
There’s little downtime, and it’s an affordable hair transplant option that delivers permanent results safely and effectively.