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FUE&FUT Technique

Non-visible scar Hair Transplant Technique 

(FUE Non-Visible Scar)

The FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplantation technique has been developed to address the shortcomings of traditional methods that require scalp incisions for harvesting follicular strips. It involves the use of micro-needles, typically sized between 0.6-0.8 millimeters, to extract hair follicle cells from the scalp before transplanting them to desired locations. This approach eliminates the long scars typically associated with strip harvesting, and results in minimal scarring, faster healing, and reduced downtime.

Meticulous selection process

Hair graft harvesting

The procedures for Micro Stem FUE are as follows:

  1. Punch Excision : Extracting hair grafts individually by drilling each root.
  2. Graft Preparation : Sorting hair grafts into three types based on the number of follicle units in each graft.
  3. Graft Storage : Immersing hair grafts in nutrient-rich solution to preserve the quality of the follicle cells.
  4. Graft Implantation : Planting hair grafts onto the desired area of the scalp or the designated region.

FUT Hair Transplant Technique

FUT Hair Transplant is a procedure where the physician selects an area with strong hair roots. Then, they surgically remove the skin to extract robust hair follicle cells, which are then transplanted to the desired area. This method is advantageous as it preserves hair follicle cells better than the FUE technique and yields a greater number of grafts. However, it results in a visible linear scar, which can be covered by growing hair longer.

The procedures for FUT Hair Transplant are as follows:

  1. Strip Harvesting & Slivering : removing scalp tissue containing exiting hair roots and dividing into smaller follicular units.
  2. Graft Preparation : selecting and categorizing robust hair roots into three types base on the hair follicle cells (Follicular Units) in each root.
  3. Graft Storage : soaking the hair roots in nourishing water to cultivate high-quality hair follicle cells.
  4. Graft Implantation : transplanting the hair roots to the desired areas, either on the scalp or in other locations as needed.