A hair transplant is a procedure that adds hair to an area of your head where your hair is thinning or you are bald. Donor hair can be transplanted from other parts of your body or from areas of your head where your hair is thicker. Candidates for hair transplants may want to have the procedure done because they are self-conscious about their lack of hair and want to improve their overall appearance.
Hair transplants are classified into two types: follicular unit extraction (FUE) and follicular unit transplantation (FUT). Individual hair follicles are extracted and transplanted elsewhere on the scalp in an FUE procedure, whereas a FUT procedure involves removing a long strip of the scalp, then separating the follicles, and finally transplanting them.
FUE, or follicular unit extraction, is a type of hair transplant procedure that begins with shaving the back of your head. Individual hair follicles are taken from the back of the head while the patient is sedated, and tiny incisions are made in the scalp. Individual follicles extracted from the back of the head are inserted into these incisions, and the surgical site is bandaged or gauzed.
Follicular unit transplantation (FUT) involves removing a strip of scalp from the back of the patient's head and stitching the area where the scalp was removed shut. The surgeon will then use a scalpel to cut the strip of the scalp into smaller pieces to isolate the hair follicles.
The main distinction between an FUE and a FUT hair transplant is how the hair is extracted. The removal of a strip of hair at the back of the head during a FUT hair transplant results in a linear scar, whereas the extraction and transplantation of individual follicular units during an FUE hair transplant results in far less scarring overall, a scar from an FUE transplant will look very small. Many patients who have had FUT hair transplants may wish to grow their hair longer in order to hide linear scars.
Whether you choose FUT hair transplant or FUE hair transplant will be determined by a number of factors, which will be discussed with your surgeon during your consultation. Individuals who require a greater number of hair grafts due to severely thinning hair are often better candidates for a FUT procedure, as FUT provides a higher yield of follicles for transplanting. FUE transplants, on the other hand, may be better suited for those who only require a few grafts or who wish to resume their normal activities soon after their operation because the hair transplant recovery timeline is often shorter since the procedure is less invasive.
Your surgeon will consult with you to determine which hair transplant procedure is best for your needs, which will include assessing the number of grafts required, the donor's hair quality, and the amount of donor's hair available. If you are looking for hair transplant in Istanbul, especially FUE, then you are at the right place.
Finally, the best hair restoration method is the one that works best for you. Both FUE and FUT can improve your hairline and give you a fuller looking hair, but the FUE method has distinct advantages. Because of the benefits of FUE hair transplantation, we at Asmed use it to help our clients restore their hair. Most people with thinning hair are good candidates for FUE hair transplantation, but there must be enough donor hair available.
Our aim is to provide the highest medical care to our patients at Asmed. We aim to provide our patients with the highest level of medical care in order to ensure their safety and comfort. We provide detailed information about the process to each patient based on their specific requirements and needs. Our priority is to fulfill our patient’s unique needs.
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