What is the (FUE) Hair Transplants?
Follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplants are done by taking individual hair follicles out of your skin and implanting them elsewhere on your body. In other words, we mean that the hair follicles are taken one by one and transplanted one by one to the area where hair loss occurs. In all hair transplant techniques, the hair follicles are taken one by one from the donor area in the same way and transplanted to the recipient area one by one. Unlike the DHI technique, surgeons make incisions with this method. Before deciding for hair transplantation, we recommend that you take a look at the methods and get a doctor’s opinion. FUE hair transplants have a 90 to 95 percent success rate. FUE hair transplantation, as opposed to DHI hair transplantation, includes opening the channels in the process.
Is FUE Hair Transplant Permanent?
After a hair transplant, the transplanted hair follicles keep their current qualities and keep developing for the rest of their lives. FUE hair transplants can last a lifetime with appropriate maintenance.
FUE Hair Transplant Anesthesia
The FUE hair transplantation is performed under local anesthesia. The dose of anesthesia according to the application time is different for each patient in each protocol hair transplant. It is possible to minimize the discomfort caused by the needle painless anesthesia atthe hair transplant.
Extraction of hair grafts
The area between the two ears in the neck is the donor area for hair transplant. After being numbed under anesthesia, according to a schedule required for hair grafts, the donor was individually harvested from the region.
There are different graft structures, including single hair follicles and multiple hair follicles, and in hair transplant, we need hair strands and roots of different thickness in each region. Therefore, the roots harvested are separated by the thickness and number of roots before the hair transplant. Meanwhile, the hair follicles are kept in a special solution where they can be kept alive.