Follicular transplantation is a hair restoration surgery that is based on the fact that hair grows in groups and not as individual strands. Follicular unit transplantation (FUT) is a hair transplant technique where a strip of hair-bearing scalp (donor area) and natural groups of hair (follicular units) are extracted and transplanted into balding areas of the head (recipient area). The strip is usually removed from the back of your head as this region is more resistant to balding.
Follicular transplantation is a hair restoration surgery that is based on the fact that hair grows in groups and not as individual strands. Follicular unit extraction (FUE) is a hair transplant procedure where natural groups of hair (follicular units) are individually extracted from hair-bearing areas on the back or sides of the scalp (regions more resistant to balding), chest, or back (donor sites) and transplanted to the balding areas of the head (recipient sites).
Hair transplant surgery has evolved with the use of newer instruments and techniques to create better aesthetic outcomes.
Specialized microscopes have been designed exclusively for hair transplant surgery with improved brightness and a larger viewing area to carefully harvest follicular units (natural groups of hair) of better quality.
Facial hair of the appropriate distribution and density is a desirable attribute in both men and women: dense bread, mustache and sideburns in men, and thick eyelashes and shapely eyebrows in women. It can enhance your appearance and create confidence.
The eyebrows play an important role in our facial appearance. Thinning or loss of eyebrows may occur due to burns, repeated plucking, disease conditions, and hormonal imbalance or from genetic defects. Eyebrow transplants can offer a permanent solution to the problem.