FUE VS FUT Hair Transplant


FUE and FUT hair transplantThe procedure of FUE hair transplant involves extracting individual hair follicular units from back sides of the head and re-implanting them on bald head, creating a front line and transplanted new hair on scalp to produce growth-ful and natural scalp hair in healthy condition.
FUE is not done with single linear incision instead follicles are extracted one by one by plucking method and preserved for doing re-transplantation. On the other hand, in Follicular Unit Transplantation which is known as strip surgery (FUT), single linear incision is done. In this technique remove strip scalp with dense hair follicles and then stapling it to the area of scalp back again where required. Hair is re-built on the donor area where the strip has been removed with the help of a new latest trichophytic closure technique.
Out of the two popular methods, FUE is very successful and popular technique which involves a motorized circular incision (of 0.7mm-0.8mm diameter) around each and every follicular unit.
Individual hair follicle units are re implanted to the balding area of the head and the donor site heal within 5 days without any scars or any complications. Minor pain and swelling may persist sometimes for a few days but that may go gradually.
WHY FUE is a Buzzword Today amongst masses
1. FUE hair transplant does not leave any scar on head.
2. It is totally painless.
3. The recovery time is too much fast as compared to any other technique!
4. Minimum hair follicles damage during the process of FUE.

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Dr. Vikas Gupta

I am Dr. Vikas Gupta I am hair transplant treatment specialist. I am tackled 2500 plus hair surgeries successfully. I using two types of techniques. FUE and FUT. You can check Hair Transplant Cost in Ludhiana Punjab India.

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