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Hair transplantation is currently one of the most popular aesthetic procedures. The procedure offers numerous advantages over older methods, including faster recovery times for patients. It should be noted that the scalp is not cut during the procedure. The area where hair transplantation is performed is not stitched, and stitch marks are eliminated. The shorter recovery time allows for a more natural appearance to be achieved more quickly. While genetic reasons and excess testosterone hormone are the main causes of hair loss, there are also psychological factors such as hair loss (alopecia areata), skin problems, internal diseases, the use of various medications, stress, and environmental factors that can also cause hair loss.

What is a FUE Hair Transplant?

This is a technique of hair transplantation that does not require surgical intervention. Each individual hair is carefully extracted and transplanted to areas where there is no hair or where there is a lack of hair. If the hair strands to be transplanted are long, they are cut to a length of up to 1 mm. After local anesthesia has been applied, the area to be treated is numbed. The micro-motor ends are then brought closer to the middle of the hair strand, dipped into the hair root, and removed. The process involves the removal of the follicles and surrounding microscopic tissues, which are the source of the hair follicle and root. The transplant is then placed in the target area, where it will begin to grow. It is not possible to re-introduce hair that has not been removed from the root and surrounding tissue. The FUE method of hair transplantation involves the transfer of hair follicles from the nape area between the ears to the desired surgical area. This process effectively addresses hair loss, restoring the affected area to a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.

How is FUE Hair Transplantation Performed?

FUE is a technique that doctors perform using fine-tipped needles, known as punches. As with any technique, the donor area is the nape. The grafts collected from the donor area are then planted in the designated areas. The initial stage of FUE, which consists of three stages, typically takes approximately one hour.

After shortening your hair, the doctor will apply local anesthesia, then identify and examine potential donor areas, selecting the donor area according to the hair structure and root quality. The second session takes an average of 3 hours. 1 (graft) hair follicle is extracted with 0.8 mm punches and transplanted to the frontal hairline.

To achieve a thick and natural look, 2 or 3 grafts are needed. The final stage takes an average of 3 hours. Anesthesia is applied to the area determined by the final details of the transplant area. The diameter and depth of the patient’s hair follicles are calculated. The channels where the hair follicles will be placed are opened with the lateral slit. The doctors finish the hair transplantation process by placing the roots taken from the donor area into the opened channels. Two days after the hair transplant, you should go to the doctor’s office for the first wash.

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