Hair Transplantation by the Follicular Unit Extraction method (FUE) was considered to be a breakthrough in the hair transplant industry when it was commercially introduced in the western world in 2002. One of the biggest concerns of potential patients remains the fact that a strip hair transplant may leave a linear scar at the back of their head, which could restrict them from shaving their head or have a very short hair cut. So the beauty of an FUE hair transplant is that in the hands of experts leaves no visible scarring.

Our medical team has accumulated enormous experience in the FUE technique, by producing thousands of amazing results and corresponding number of satisfied patients.
The most important difference between FUE and FUT techniques is the method used for extracting the follicular units. With FUE hair transplantation, a specialized punch with less than or equal to 1mm diameter is used for extracting the hair follicles directly from the scalp. The main advantage of this technique is that follicular units are extracted directly from the scalp rather than in larger groups, which deters the utilization of scalpel and stitching.

The extracted FUE follicular units are passed to the technicians of the medical team to check that the quality is of the highest standards under the microscope and immediately after group them into single, double, triple and quadruple follicular units .The grouped follicular units are then placed in to different sections of the recipient area under the instructions of the hair transplant surgeon. Always the single hair follicular units are placed in the hairline for achieving a more natural looking result

The main advantages in brief of the FUE Hair Transplant Technique are:
1. No linear scar in the donor site
2. Avoidance of scalpel and stitches
3. Fast healing
4. Less invasive
5. Minimal post operation discomfort
6. Collects more grafts and covered more bald area
7. Gives natural look

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