How Does Hair Restoration Work and What Are the Benefits? Breakthroughs in technology have revolutionized nearly every corner of our lives — including how we address hair loss. Despite its prevalence, hair loss has often been a source of frustration and embarrassment for many. But with advanced hair restoration techniques made possible by groundbreaking scientific […]
When thinking about either follicular unit extraction (FUE) or follicular unit transplant (FUT) hair transplant techniques there are many factors to take into consideration before making a decision. While some individuals may be a better candidate for one over the other, in most cases patients are able to choose which technique prefer for hair restoration.
The strip-method, or FUT (follicular unit transplantation), is a hair transplant surgery technique in which a strip of scalp is excised from the back of the head to obtain grafts for transplantation to bald or thinning areas of the head. The grafts are cleaned and prepared one by one under a microscope prior to inserting
At UFP Hair Restoration, we offer both the FUE (follicular unit extraction) and FUT (follicular unit transplantation) method for hair restoration. FUT involves removing a strip of scalp from the back of the head to obtain grafts from. FUE has become a more popular technique as each graft is removed one at a time leaving
Hair transplant surgery is becoming one of the most popular procedures that men, and many women, are interested in right now. A candidate for hair transplant surgery ranges from someone with little hair loss to those with more moderate to severe thinning or balding. Many benefits of hair transplant surgery, such as permanent results, multiple
The term “FUE” stands for “follicular unit extraction”. This hair transplant technique at Utah Hair MD is typically done with NeoGraft. With this procedure, each individual hair follicle is removed one by one from the patient’s donor area and then transplanted to the bald or thinning area(s) on the head. This method of hair restoration