New Jersey FUE Is Designed To Transplant, Not To Create

The number of happy, satisfied New Jersey FUE clients is growing each day with more people catching on to this advanced technology.

Gone are the days of lengthy, uncomfortable recovery and visible scars. It’s no wonder that busier, professional men and women are choosing this natural-looking micro-surgery, but for all its benefits, can FUE completely restore everyone’s hair? The greatest client satisfaction comes when the expectations are realistic from the start. Even though this procedure can do wonders, there are practical limitations, so it’s essential that you understand the scope of possibilities.

Short for follicular unit extraction, this modern method of hair transplant does exactly that- it allows for healthy, growing hair follicles to be taken from one area of the scalp and grafted in elsewhere. A few set parameters limit the process. These include the amount of existing hair and its density, the rate of hair loss progression, and the size of the thinning or bald area. Each client iswholly unique,and that’s why a personal, one-on-one consultation with our hair loss surgeons is imperative for you to learn what your practical options are.

Hair redistribution means that no matter how meticulously the transplant is done, your practitioner is limited by the material available to redistribute. Certain people have denser, thicker hair than others, and the progression of androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness) presents differently for each. Some experienceslowly receding hairlines, others a rapid spread of balding throughout the crown. An honest and knowledgeable hair transplant specialist will tell you if transferring hairs to a quickly changing areais unwise and unlikely to give you results you love.

How Many Grafts Can Be Moved In A Singlesession?

The back and sides of your scalp are usually resistant to DHT which means those hairs, when transferred to another area, will stay put. Having said that, the surrounding native hairs may continue to fall out,and additional transplant sessions may be desiredfor maintenance years later.

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How Can You Make The Most of What You’ve Got?

The artistry of excellent FUE outcomes lays in large part with the extraction technique. Removing hairs in a well-diffused and random pattern means that it shouldn’t be readily apparent the area was harvested for follicles. At the back of a successful transplant scalp, no sparse, empty patches should be found. These would indicate depletion of the donor area and taking far too many grafts at once can result in this undesirable outcome. The number of grafts which can reasonably be moved in one session, leaving your natural donor area density intact will depend on your current hairs per square inch measurement. Around 1/3 of a given donor area can be taken before signs are evident. You need a skilled hair transplant expert to assess your scalp and give you an accurate calculation. Your target number may range anywhere between 1,000-4,000 hairs for an FUE session.

What Result Will FUE Get Me?

Again, results depend a lot on needs and goals. For those restoring hairlines only, a couple ofthousand viable grafts are typically more than enough to thicken up the area and reclaim scalp real estate. To fill small bald patches is likewise manageable in one session — large areas of thinning or balding need to be addressed more strategically. It’s simply not realistic to imagine refilling dense hair growth over the entire head of a person with extensive thinning. Instead, a talented surgeon can maximize the available grafts to create the illusion of overall density and refill areas just enough so they look much fuller. You and your surgeon should have a discussion about hairline shape, thickness and coverage at the crown. Where there are tradeoffs to be made, patients have preferred outcomes that allow for the best use of their available grafts.

Rest assured, FUE in New Jersey is a highly customizable procedure allowing for creative and dramatic restoration of the hair. It is a micro-surgical treatment that transplants your existing hair from areas of density to locations where less hair is growing. Partnering with a skilled transplant surgeon who listens to your goals and explains the possibilities will ensure you’re on track to love your new hair. We welcome you to contact Nova Medical Hair Transplant Today and find out what’s possible for you!

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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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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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