Hair Transplant with Fue

HOW TO DO HAIR TRANSPLANTATION?

The basis of hair transplantation takes place when the hair follicles are taken from the non-shedding areas of the scalp and transplanted to the areas where the hair is shed or sparse.
The area where the hair follicles are taken is mostly the back of the head, the areas close to the nape, the back side of the head. The hair follicles in this area are genetically resistant to shedding and they maintain these characteristics in the area where they are transplanted and become permanent.

FUE technique
On the basis of local anesthesia or sedoanalgesia+local anesthesia, the follicular units are collected one by one from the donor area by means of a special tool (punch or micromotor). 1-2-3-4 bristles may be found. The diameter of the tips used varies between 0.75 mm and 1.25 mm.

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After the targeted number of follicles are collected from the donor area, the sowing phase is started. In order to plant, tiny channels must be opened in the targeted area.

The place and angles of these tiny cuts where the hair follicles will be placed are very valuable for the success of hair transplantation. It is valuable to make these incisions made while planting for the purpose of tightening in areas where the hair is not completely shed now. Otherwise, the existing hair follicles will be damaged and hair loss will occur. The angle of the channels opened at the precious point follows the natural hair lines of the planting area. Otherwise, an unnatural result will emerge.

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HAIR TRANSPLANTATION DIRECTIONS

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FOLLICULES ARE PLACING

The next step after the channel opening process is the placement of the hair follicles collected in the first step into these opened channels.
All these processes are time-tested and a session takes an average of four to six hours.

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