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Hair loss is a significant issue for many people, especially men, around the world. However, hair transplantation is an effective solution to this problem. Hair transplantation has been a well-established procedure since the 1950s. However, what about FUE? Follicular Unit Extraction, FUE, is one of the techniques employed in hair transplantation. This technique has been in use since 2004 and continues to be developed thanks to advances in technology. The results are comparable to those of traditional hair transplantation. After the FUE hair transplant surgery, patients can expect to see the results within six to nine months. The time required for recovery may vary from individual to individual, with some patients requiring up to twelve months to fully recuperate. Some patients may experience side effects that will subside within a few days of the procedure. Side effects may include redness and swelling. 

FUE Hair Transplant Benefits

One of the key benefits of FUE hair transplantation is that it leaves no visible scars. The FUE procedure is typically completed in two to four sessions, each lasting approximately two to four hours. While not always the case, in exceptional circumstances, the FUE operation may last up to 12 hours. After the FUE procedure, patients are able to return home as it is an outpatient procedure. It is important to note that your are not required rest at home, but you have to protect the area. The results of an FUE hair transplant surgery will be visible within three to four months. In an FUE hair transplant operation, between 10 and 80 percent of the transplanted hair will grow back.

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