Avoid Scarring and Donor Depletion After Your FUE in NJ

Minimizing The Evidence of Having Had A Procedure

NJ FUE Factors That Lead to Scar-Free, Flawless Results

Leading the way for hair transplant surgery in NJ, FUE systems have evolved to deliver what past approaches never could.

Namely, maximizing the viability and success of transferred grafts while minimizing the visible scarring and evidence of having had a procedure. In the past, a long, notable strip transplant scar left evidence of surgery on most patients. Even as punch tools advance to allow donor graft extraction without stop excision, there have been several incarnations of this technique offering varied scar results. Today, thepotential for donor site depletion and scarring (visible scalp spaces) can be thoroughly minimized in skilled hands, using advanced FUE.

FUE Method

At Nova Medical Hair Transplant, our hair loss experts have isolated advanced methodology and strategies to ensure none of our clients even suffer donor site depletion. That coupled with our meticulous, micro-graft follicular unit extraction, and artistic eye means that hair transplant patients can seemingly multiply their existing hairs. The surgeonmust extract a substantial amount of donor follicles without leaving spaces, gaps and scarring on the donor site- typically the back of the head. Many practitioners feel qualified to move hair follicles from one spot to another, but not all are talented enough to leave the donor site full and healthy-looking.

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What Mistakes Do Hair Transplant Specialists Make?

The Following Are Critical to The Success of FUE:

  • The graft extraction sites are randomized and spread apart
  • The donor site is diffused well enough that no visible boundary exists
  • Small grafts- less than 1mm diameter are carefully withdrawn, avoiding transection( cutting the follicle)

Moreis not always better when it comes to a transplant. When a surgeon attempts to take an unusually high number of grafts in a single session, the ability to diffuse the site and avoid donor depletion diminishes. In most cases, better long-term results are achievedthrough dividing a large transplant into two sessions. Transferring 4000-5000+ grafts is simplydifficult to hide for most scalps. A thoughtful hair transplant surgeon will be looking toward not only implanting a dramatic amount of hair but considering the area hairs are taken from as well. The ideal balance involves recognizing the threshold for each.

Additionally, over-harvesting in a single session can result in sloppy work which in turn wastes follicles. If an high number of grafts are extracted quickly, a significant amount may be damaged, transected or otherwise unviable. The client will have unnecessarily lost value in their investment. Each healthy hair follicle is extremely precious, so a slow, methodical approach with subtle and calculated extraction, ultimately leads to the highest client satisfaction. We welcome you to contact Nova Medical Hair Transplant and learn what sets NJ FUE apart.

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Hair Transplant Process

The FUE process is an advanced next-generation hair transplant micro-surgery. Click on the steps to get a simplified overview. For more details particular to your case, please consult with our doctor.

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