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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Category : FUE Hair Transplant | Author: John Kahen

A con­clu­sion from the Inter­na­tional Soci­ety of Hair Restora­tion Surgery annual meet­ing in the Bahamas last week: Every­body is talk­ing about Fol­lic­u­lar Unit Extrac­tion.

And more Los Ange­les hair restora­tion clin­ics and cen­ters all over the coun­try are hear­ing requests for it by those patients that are doing their home­work. Fol­lic­u­lar Unit Extrac­tion (FUE) is cre­at­ing an edge in the hair trans­plant indus­try for many reasons.

REASON #1 FUE is min­i­mally inva­sive. Each fol­lic­u­lar graft is extracted indi­vid­u­ally. Only local anes­thetic is needed for the pro­ce­dure to numb the area and patients go home that same day.

REASON #2 FUE offers lit­tle to no scar­ring. Since there is no strip being taken from the back of the scalp, there is no lin­ear scar. And, if the pro­ce­dure is per­formed with care, the only scar­ring are the small dots where the grafts were extracted in the donor area, and trans­planted in the bald­ing area. If the right amount of den­sity is achieved, these tiny scars are cov­ered up by your own hair.

REASON #3 FUE is the pre­ferred method for inno­v­a­tive meth­ods of fol­lic­u­lar unit trans­plant, and fuels for such tech­nolo­gies like the ARTAS Restora­tion Robot­ics, for example.

About FUE:

Fol­lic­u­lar Unit Extrac­tion is a form of har­vest­ing donor hair for trans­plant to the bald­ing area. In FUE, a small cir­cu­lar inci­sion is made around a fol­lic­u­lar unit and then the units are pulled out, leav­ing a small hole. Then, recip­i­ent sites are cre­ated, some doc­tors do lat­eral inci­sions, at Bev­erly Hills Hair Restora­tion, we have adopted the coro­nal dense pack­ing tech­nique to achieve the best pos­si­ble den­sity.

About ISHRS:

The Inter­na­tional Soci­ety of Hair Restora­tion is an inter­na­tional, non-profit med­ical asso­ci­a­tion with over 1000 physi­cians spe­cial­iz­ing in hair restora­tion and hair trans­plant — and that’s in over 60 coun­tries. Additionally, the ISHRS pro­motes edu­ca­tion in hair trans­plant surgery and sur­gi­cal treat­ments for hair loss to its mem­bers.