When to use FUE hair transplant?

People struggling with the problem of androgenetic alopecia, i.e. gradual loss of hair follicles, can benefit from traditional and modern hair transplantation treatments, which are safer, less painful and involve a lower risk of complications. One such method is FUE hair transplant. What is this technique characterized by? How are these types of treatments performed and what is their effectiveness?

What is the FUE method?

This is one of the popular scalp hair transplant techniques. Its name is an abbreviation of Follicular Unit Extraction, which can be translated as the collection of individual units (hair follicles). The collected units are implanted in previously selected places in order to thicken the hair or even its line, which is practiced in the case of eliminating bends. FUE hair transplantation is one of the most effective methods of hair transplantation. It is basically painless and as little invasive as possible. Due to the use of only local anesthesia, it is also light on the patient’s body. With proper implementation, most of the implanted hair is accepted and the patient can enjoy a much more lush hairstyle. Unfortunately, not everyone can undergo a FUE hair transplant. Who cannot or should not undergo this type of treatment?

Contraindications to hair transplant

People undergoing FUE hair transplant surgery or any other available and accepted method should be first interviewed. It is worth remembering that hair is only transplanted in certain forms of alopecia. When a patient is struggling with alopecia areata or inflammatory skin diseases, performing such procedures is inadvisable and basically pointless, because the transplanted hair will probably fall out anyway. FUE hair transplant is a good way to deal with androgenetic alopecia as well as hide unsightly scars. Such procedures are usually not performed when the patient has diabetes or cancer, has unregulated blood pressure or is taking anticoagulant medications.

The FUE hair transplant procedure is most often used by men who want to eliminate bends, mask the baldness on the top of the head or align the beard line on the chin. Of course, this method of hair transplantation can also be used by women, especially when they are struggling with androgenetic alopecia and want to thicken their hair in a place where there is little left. When the hair cannot be removed from the scalp, BHT is an alternative method of transplantation.

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