FUE Hair transplantation
Follicular unit extraction (FUE), also known as follicular transfer (FT), is one of two primary methods of obtaining hair follicles, naturally occurring groups of one to four hairs, for hair transplantation. The other method is called strip harvesting. The follicular units obtained by either method are the basic building blocks of follicular unit transplantation (FUT).
The survival of follicular units upon extraction from the scalp is one of the key variables of successful hair transplantation. Follicular unit extraction generally has a quicker patient recovery time and significantly lower post-operative discomfort than follicular unit transplantation (FUT). Additionally the risk of long term nerve damage, leading to chronic numbness and/or pain in the donor area, is significanly reduced with FUE vs the strip (FUT) procedure. Additionally, FUE provides an alternative to FUT when the scalp is too tight for a strip excision and enables a hair transplant surgeon to harvest finer hair from the nape of the neck to be used at the hairline or for eyebrows.
Male pattern baldness – initial stage medical treatment with PRP and microneedling treatment gives good result. But, the frontal line which recessed hair require. Hair transplantation 3-6 months after taking medical treatment. Even after hair transplantation they have to continue oral and topical medicines for long term, have long they want to maintain.