How Long Until I See Results After My FUE in New Jersey?

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How Soon Will I Have Thicker Hair Where It Wasn’t Before?

In New Jersey, FUE, which stands for follicular unit extraction, boasts some of the most impressive, natural and rapid recovery results available from a hair transplant.

With fast-healing micro-incisions and no long strip scar at the back of the head, FUE is preferred by many as the most advanced and effective option. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean it’s instant. No matter how precise and a-traumatic the technique for permanently transplanting hair becomes, there’s a genuine limitation that remains. Thatis, the time it takes for human hair to grow.

If you’re planning your own FUE in New Jersey, congratulations- you’ve made an excellent choice and a solid investment. There are a few things you need to know as you proceedto ensure you have realistic expectations andget the absolute most from your procedure.

To understand what’s natural for recovery and timelines, you’ll need to know precisely how the procedureis performed. Follicular unit extraction is a process that allows surgeons to remove hair grafts with a precision punch tool, then implant them one-by-one at the recipient site. It differs from the strip method, also known as FUT, in that it doesn’t require a long piece of the scalp to be removed from the back of the head then dissected into grafts. FUEdevices leave incredibly small openings where grafts are removed so when they heal; they are virtually invisible.

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When Will The New Hair Grow?

Whether using the FUT or FUE method, hair plugs will contain 1-3 follicles on average and a tiny portion of the surrounding scalp tissue. The supporting, living material that surrounds each follicle helps to ensure that it grows where it’s placed. Extra caution and delicate handling meanthat just the right amount of tissue comes with a graft and the bulb of the hair root is not damaged. Once implanted, angiogenesis triggers small blood vessels to connect and feed the root. Tissue heals,and the follicle begins growing in place. The hair inside, however, often falls out within the first few weeks. That can be an unexpected part of the process for many patients and leads to unnecessary concern.

When you’ve waited several weeks and even seen some of your new hair fall out again, it may be tempting to feel discouraged, but hang in there- you’re well on your way to restored locks. Your new follicle grafts should be firmly in place and healing by 10 days post-procedure,and the follicles will have already started producing newhairs deep inside. Folliclesentera dormant stagewhen disrupted or shocked, which is why sudden hair fallout is often called‘shock loss.’ Rest assured, after a brief resting phase, new hairs begin to grow in and show up around threemonths post-procedure. Because the hair grows at a rate of about 1 cm per month, the time between month 3 and 9 months is critical for thick, healthy hair to establish. If you’re ready to pack a little patience, you can have satisfying and dramatic hair restoration results just like so many of our happy clients. With the understanding that this is a process of restoration, you’ll be delighted to see the first, encouraging signs and celebrate each new stage as they come. When you’re ready to talk about your own hair transplant, give the experts at Nova Medical Hair Transplant a call, we’d love to hear from you.

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