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 Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a method of extracting, or “harvesting,” donor hair. A small, circular incision in the skin around a follicular unit is utilized in the FUE Hair Transplant method to separate it from the surrounding tissue. The unit is then withdrawn (pulled) from the scalp, leaving only a small micro scar. After that, the removed follicle is transplanted into the recipient site. This method creates a natural appearance. FUE hair transplants do not require any major cuts or stitches. Hair transplant surgery is an uncomplicated operation that takes minimum time.

The pain and recovery time associated with this minimally invasive procedure has been greatly decreased. Patients can return to their regular jobs far faster than they could with standard strip surgery.


You can also maintain your hair short.
Unlike FUT/Strip surgery, there is no visible scarring or linear scar.
Natural-looking outcomes are ensured with FUE Hair Restoration.
There will be no substantial bodily trauma as a result of the treatment.
There will be no pain during or after the treatment, allowing you to return home immediately.
The procedure is performed under local anesthesia.

Wounds heal quickly because they are minor and without sutures.
If the donor’s hairs are insufficient, body hair (such as beard hair or chest hair) might be used for hair transplantation.
Also appropriate for those with lesser regions of baldness.
The recuperation time is substantially shorter, and patients are frequently able to return to work the next day.
Women having a smaller balding area.

FUE Hair Restoration ensures a natural appearance and does not give the impression of a hair transplant procedure.
After restoration, natural hairlines are assured on the head, giving you an appealing appearance.
For the patient’s comfort, local anesthesia is administered. This sort of anesthesia allows for a faster recovery and return home, as well as allowing the user to be conscious of what is going on (something most patients prefer).
Simple post-operative care is required.