FUE & FUT Techniques
An FUE hair transplant surgery is a procedure that involves the extraction of individual hair follicles from a healthy donor region of the scalp and the implantation of these extracted follicles to a recipient site that has a low hair count. With the follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique, the hair follicles are excised with precision using an automated expert device. In contrast, some hair transplant surgeries give the option of follicular unit transplantation (FUT). FUT is also known as strip surgery, and it involves the removal of a strip of tissue with hair follicles from the back and sides of the scalp. The strip is then processed into smaller units before it is implanted into the affected, balding region. Depending on your needs and goals, you and your plastic surgeon will decide on the best technique to use with your hair transplant that will guarantee the highest success rate of hair growth.
The FUE hair transplant surgery is not only limited to the scalp. The increase of the surgery’s popularity can also be attributed to its success in restoring hair to other parts of the body such as the mustache, beard, chest, and eyebrows. This state-of-the-art transplant surgery can also be coupled with non-surgical hair-loss treatments for a more comprehensive solution.
If you are interested in how a NJ FUE hair transplant will restore your hair and your self-esteem, we want to invite you into the Nova Medical Hair Transplant Clinic to learn more. Book your appointment with our highly-skill hair transplant specialists today.