FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is a method that harvests the grafts directly from the donor area. Using a special needle, the grafts in the donor area are removed. Thereafter, the grafts are taken out of the skin with a pair of tweezers. These grafts do not need not be treated and can be replaced
Hairs grow in a hair follicle which is usually about 4 to 5 mm deep into the skin and connected to the tissue through the dermal papilla. These are in contact with blood and lymph vessels that nourish the hair follicles with nutrients and hormones which cause growth to occur. Each hair follicle has an
Pubic hair is coarser and curlier than scalp hair but become straighter, longer and finer after transplant because of recipient influence. Pubic hair is a very good source of done hair for transplant to bald area on the scalp. Dermal papilla of pubic hair have plenty of androgen receptor and alpha reductase Type 2. Hormone testosterone change
AGA or pattern hair loss is the most common hair loss in men and women. Clinical characteristics include a reduction of terminal hair density on the scalp that follows a typical pattern in both genders, with a conversion of terminal to vellus-like hairs and an increase of telogen hair (in an episode of active shedding).
Transplanted hairs may grow on or along a scar on the scalp. These scars may be caused by: Surgery of the face (e.g., face lift, contraction of the crown, forehead lift or previous hair transplants) Trauma to the skull from an accident Many common disorders of the scalp. These should be healed before a