Here comes the full form: Follicular Extraction Unit. But if you are wondering what does the process really employs, you are not really far from FUT which requires shaving the head to collect the follicular units from the donor area, often one at a time, rather than removing a piece of scalp to dissect the graft. The process is comparatively lesser invasive.
One of the first mentions of FUE occurred in Japan, somewhere around 1988 and was successfully performed in Australia in 1989 by Dr Ray Woods. The technique is celebrated for being minimally invasive and for the fact that it could use body hair to transplant in scalp. The aspect that commonly dissuades patients from embracing the procedure is its complexity and fewer skilled professional to perform it successfully. However, our expert panel of doctors conducting FUE hair transplant in Delhi assures you of its result.
The process involves harvesting non-transected follicular units but the survival chances are comparatively smaller than the FUT process. The key to success of this process lies in advanced instruments and expertise of the doctor performing the transplant. The longer the graft stays out of the head the less are the chances of its survival. So, faster instruments can result in much higher success rate of the transplant. Our hair transplant clinic in Delhi is using most advanced of these to deliver satisfying results to our clients, thus popularising the process.
One of the major issues is of survival of the follicular unit that we have discussed above. Another is the scarring of the scalp. The process leaves behind pit-like gaps-- white, small and round in appearance, from where the grafts are taken in the donor area. But there appearance is not really problematic because they get expertly covered when the hair grow back, similar to the linear scar covering in the FUT process. Moreover, the appearance of scars can be drastically reduced by the expertise of the surgeon as well as the method he employed to close the scar.
Sub-optimal growth, longer healing time, more expensive, problem of buried grafts that need to be removed by minor incision, loss of hair harvested from borderline follicles and difficult subsequent sessions are some of the major issues that dissuade people from taking up FUE as a hair implant technique.
Due to its above mentioned benefits, the popularity of the FUE has increased in recent years, which is why there have been attempts to make it less expensive, hencereduced hair transplant cost in Delhi. This has been made possible by employing latest of the instruments to increase the survival rate of the grafted follicles. The same gets translated in.
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