Hair Transplantation Bodrum

Hair transplantation bodrum

Hair transplantation bodrum : hair transplantation is a surgical procedure and no surgical procedure is simple. Therefore, it is necessary to make a decision by taking many factors into account while choosing. For the best FUE operation, you and your clinic should be aware that the procedure requires a very serious approach.

What is an FUE hair transplant?

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Hair Transplantation Bodrum

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a type of hair transplant surgery, where individual follicular units are extracted from the back or side of a patient’s scalp and transplanted into the balding area.

Before the procedure, patients are given local anaesthetic used in both the donor and recipient areas – in fact, we often find that patients fall asleep while grafts are removed and transplanted, often while watching a movie on DVD.

Individual follicular unit grafts are removed manually using a tiny round punch. These are then moved to cover the balding areas. The recipient site is prepared using a fine needle, and the follicles can then be placed where they will eventually grow into healthy, hair-producing follicles. The grafts are expertly blended into the thinning or balding areas, to seamlessly match the natural growing characteristics of your original hair. FUE grafts can be vulnerable due to the fact that there tends to be less protective tissue around the roots, so it means extra care is needed when you leave the clinic to ensure that the grafts survive – we’ll thoroughly talk you through the aftercare process.

FUE is slightly more expensive than FUT surgery because the procedure is much more labour-intensive, as each hair follicle needs to be removed individually. However, one main advantage is that unlike FUT, no strip is taken from the back of the scalp, so scarring is minimal.

Most patients have some red spots in the harvested area for a week to ten days after the procedure, but these then fade away. FUE is a good option for men who like to wear their hair short or shaved, as FUT does tend to leave some light scarring.

Why have an FUE hair transplant? Why Hair Transplantation bodrum?

Who are seeking a permanent solution for their hair loss, whilst around 10% of our patients are women, who are struggling with thinning hair. Our hair transplant procedures can benefit both men and women who are suffering with the effects of hair loss, transforming their confidence and self-esteem. Hair Transplantation bodrum will waiting for you

We also treat hair transplant patients who have undergone physical trauma, facial injuries and scarring as the result of accidents and burns, as well as patients that have lost hair as the result of medical and surgical treatments, such as radiotherapy or chemotherapy. We have also treated patients who have an absence of hair on the body, due to congenital conditions.

However, by far the most popular reason is cosmetic, as a hair transplant can have a truly transformative effect on a patient’s life. Thankfully, for most men – even those in the advanced stages of baldness – they have a permanent horse-shoe of hair on the back and sides of the scalp, which gives the surgeon a stable supply of donor hair, which can cover current and future areas of hair loss. Please note that if you are under the age of 25, it is not in your best interests to undergo a hair transplant, as we are not able to establish the eventual pattern of hair loss by this age.

Will I need to shave my head for FUE surgery? Hair Transplantation bodrum

Some patients are put off having an FUE hair transplant procedure because they are worried that they will have to fully shave the back and sides of their head in order for the surgeon to harvest the donor grafts – but thankfully, this is not the case.

We only shave a very small section of the back or side of the scalp to obtain the donor hair. The shaved section is either in a square shape or, more likely, in small lines down the back of the scalp. An upper layer of hair is lifted and then we shave underneath, allowing the hair above to fall over the shaved area – covering it up. The shaved area is only detectable to those who know you have had a transplant, and obviously the hair in the shaved area grows back quickly.