Fully Restored Head of Hair
FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) Hair Transplants Have Revolutionized the Hair Transplant Industry
Today, a fully restored head of hair and new lease on life is possible without visible scarring. This sets FUE apart as the industry leader today, but though many people have heard of it, many more are still confused about it. During your consultation with a qualified FUE surgeon, you’ll want to have the right questions ready so that you can understand what the best procedure is for you, and what you can expect during recovery.
FUE cost in New Jersey is higher than that of FUT. FUE hair graft extraction utilizes a specialized hand-held tool designed to punch the hair graft out instead of cutting. Unlike the FUT (strip) method, no incision or strip of scalp tissue is cut out to create hair grafts. Instead, a very small cylinder of tissue containing hair follicles is punched out of the donor site, leaving a space less than 1mm in diameter, and this closes within a couple of days.
Your surgeon may recommend the FUT method for you, but it is important that you ask whether this is because you have insufficient donor hair for FUE, or they simply don’t offer FUE. When a large number of follicles are to be harvested in one session, sometimes FUT is still the most effective option, but the linear scar it creates is the trade-off.
Ask Your Hair Transplant Surgeon
You should also ask your hair transplant surgeon how they plan to maximize the use of your donor hairs to create a natural hairline and blend with your existing hair. Depending on your pattern and progression of hair loss, looking to the future when planning a hair transplant is key. Because this is your real, natural hair moved from one place to another, it will behave just as real hair does.
You can wash, cut and style your new hair which makes FUE a life-changer.
The donor grafts are taken from a DHT resistant area at the back or sides of the scalp. That means that once they take in their new location, those hairs are permanent. This doesn’t mean, however, that more hair will not be lost in the future.