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Follicular unit extraction (FUE) is done by taking individual hair follicles from your skin and then Follicles are transferred to the recipient area on your scalp. FUE is a more advanced method of hair transplants. This FUE ( Follicular unit extraction) technique gives you natural hairline with dense hair.

- Natural-looking hairline.
- Scars are invisible
- Little or less hair is removed
- Hair growth is constant


FUT (follicular unit transfer) is also known as strip procedure. In FUT hair transplant, a surgeon cuts a strip of skin from the back or side of your head and extracts every single hair follicles. These Follicles are transferred to the recipient area on your scalp.

- Natural-looking hairline.
- Larger baldness areas can be covered
- Cost Effective
- Take Less Time

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure that involves taking healthy hair follicles from one part of the body and transplanting them onto the bald or thinning areas of the scalp. The procedure involves removing hair follicles from the donor area, which is usually the back of the head and transplanting them into the recipient area. The transplanted hair follicles will continue to grow in their new location, resulting in a fuller head of hair.

The ideal candidate for hair transplantation is someone who has a stable pattern of hair loss and has enough healthy hair follicles in the donor area to transplant to the recipient area. It is important that the candidate has realistic expectations and understands that hair transplantation is not a cure for baldness but rather a way to restore hair growth in certain areas.

Patients typically begin to see results within 3-4 months after the transplant, with full results visible within 8-12 months. The newly transplanted hair will initially fall out after a few weeks, but this is a normal part of the process. After a few months, new hair growth will emerge from the transplanted follicles, and the hair will continue to thicken and fill in over time.

Like any surgical procedure, there are risks and potential side effects associated with hair transplantation. Some patients may experience swelling, bruising, or bleeding at the transplant site. There is also a risk of infection or scarring, although this is rare. In some cases, the transplanted hair may not grow as expected or may require additional transplant sessions to achieve the desired results. It is essential to discuss any potential risks and side effects with a qualified hair transplant surgeon before undergoing the procedure.

Hair transplantation is a minimally invasive procedure and is generally not considered painful. Local anaesthesia is used to numb the scalp during the procedure, and most patients report feeling only minor discomfort during the transplant. Patients may experience some mild pain and discomfort in the days following the procedure, but this can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medications.

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