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Understanding Hair Removal for Hair Transplant Surgery

When it comes to research and study of hair growth surgery, it is an issue that all Hair transplant consultation hair loss patients should take seriously. And if you're one of those studying your options, you're certainly likely to do so.

One of the surest things about everything the Internet has to offer is "options". There are many options and it looks like a job. And so is it. But if you spend your time and effort, it will pay off in the end for 30 consecutive days (which doesn't mean anything to anyone who is crazy about flocking). Hey, you're the one who lives with the results ... it's worth the time.

So thank you for taking the time to read this Q & A article here.

What kind of surgery do you have to help with hair loss?

Currently, there are two options available that meet my criteria of bringing "satisfaction" to "excellence" in the final result. Between the two, one is clearly different from the other in terms of maximum follicular units extracted and transplanted, overall cost, and 98% growth guarantee.

That said, the "less way" has its place, and in that respect it gives excellent results for the best applications.

The best option to get as many grafts as possible, which means somewhere in the 3,500-6,000 hair follicle units (or more) in a single session, is called "FUG". This means hair follicle unit graft or "strip method". Commonly known to the people in the forum.

FUG works by removing strips of the scalp from the DHT resistant zone, which is genetically programmed to grow wherever it is placed. As you can see on our website, with the right amount of scalp elasticity and the right amount of exercise, those characteristics alone can make a big difference. The longer the scalp, the more the surgeon can harvest on the strip. That is, if you are trying to join a "mega session". The scalp is usually stapled and begins to loosen by 10-14 days and is easy to remove. The FUG process leaves ear-to-ear thin, normally undetectable scars. Appropriate surgeons should carefully consider using the latest technology to make scars virtually invisible. As we talk about surgery, the fact remains that there are some sort of scars. However, scar closure techniques should be a factor in choosing the right doctor. Overall, FUG offers the greatest option of using Norwood 6+ to take into account certain properties and make the person look like the original hair.

The smaller of the two is the method because of the technology that strips could not produce the high numbers possible. That said, FUE means hair follicle unit extraction, or punch graft known in the forums, where it is, and in such cases it is the most logical option. Instead of basically removing long strips, it removes hair from the sides and back of the head individually in groups of 1 to 4 hairs. The surgeon uses a specific tool to make an incision of about 1 mm and removes the follicle with forceps. Scars may be virtually undetectable, but understand that there are scars. It's plural, small, but ... this is surgery. For focused or smaller areas, if only 2,000 or 3,000 follicular units are needed. Temples, sideburns, facial hair, eyebrows, bald "spots" on women ... you get points. FUE is best suited for these "small sessions" rather than trying to fill your entire head. In that respect, FUE offers the best options for these small sessions, healing times, and finished cosmetological results.

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