How is a FUE Hair Transplant done?
With Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE harvesting, individual follicular units containing 1 to 4 hairs are removed under local anesthesia; this micro removal typically uses tiny punches of between 0.6mm and 1.0mm in diameter.
The surgeon then uses Sapphire to puncture the sites for receiving the grafts, placing them in a predetermined density and pattern, and angling the wounds in a consistent fashion to promote a realistic hair pattern. The technicians generally do the final part of the procedure, inserting the individual grafts in place.
The most important detail in the FUE method is the experience of the doctor and the medical team. In order for the patient to have a natural appearance, it is necessary to manage the channel opening process in the best way.
What are the stages of the FUE method?
Before & After
Definitive and great results
You can see the results by swiping the arrow in the middle left or right.
How long after hair transplant do you see results?
You will be able to see the outline of your new hairline immediately after treatment and the transplanted hair will have re-grown fully 6 months to 1 year.
Am I suitable for a FUE Hair Transplant?
There are a lot of factors that play a part in making a hair transplant successful. Your suitability for a hair transplant will be made during a consultation where your medical history will be taken, a hair analysis will be carried out and you will be able to discuss what your desired results will be from a hair transplant. At this stage your highly experienced Hair Transplant surgeon will be able to ensure it is the right procedure for you. In order to make this decision your surgeon will be looking at your;
- Age – Although there is not really an age limit for a hair transplant, it still plays a role with the best candidates for hair transplants being over 27-30 years old in age.
- Donor area – You must have a good supply of healthy hair follicles available to be transplanted. The donor area is usually the lower back portion of the scalp and sometimes chest and beard hair can be used for hair transplant.
- Type of Hair Loss – The reason of your hair loss is a big part in your suitability for a hair transplant.The best candidates are those suffering with male or female pattern baldness as typically only affects certain areas of the scalp not the entire scalp meaning your donor area is most likely going to be unaffected.
- Health – To be efficient hair transplant, you must be in good heath medically.
Where will the procedure be performed?
All hair transplant procedures at esteCapelli are performed in Full service Hospital.
Hospital is the biggest chain Private hospital in Turkey.
You will have consultation with doctor and procedure at the same hospital and no need to travel again.
Will I need to shave my hair before FUE procedure?
You will be required to shave the donor area in the back and the sides and also treatment area. The best option is to shave the donor area in order to better identify the area to be transplanted and not to damage the hair follicles. But in some cases, no need to shave entirely which must be approved by doctor at the consultation if patient is not keen to shave hair.Unshaven FUE transplants are delicate procedure that requires professional medical team and technical skills which is also provided by our doctor.
Does the procedure hurt?
FUE procedure is not painful at esteCapelli, we use special tool (Comfort In) before local anaesthetic to numb area which is giving air pressure with special liquid. After this stage, local anesthesia needles must be applied.Some people say they feel pain more than others because the threshold for pain is different for every person. However, the pain felt here is not an unbearable level of pain. Some patients even find themselves falling asleep during the procedure.
When will I see results?
Results will start to be seen about 4-6 weeks after treatment with the full results being seen between 6 to 12 months.At esteCapelli , You will be given all kinds of support during hair growth until the end of the first year, and information about care will be given in certain periods.