FUE

FUE is the most common method in hair transplantation. It is inevitable that the donor area of the patient who decides grafting with the FUE method should be shaved before the procedure.

When collecting with the FUE method, no incisions are made and there is no scar on the skin. After FUE, transplantation is done with one of two different hair transplantation methods called Percutaneous or DHI. In the FUE method, local anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation is applied.

Grafts, that is, hair follicles, are collected one by one from the donor area with a Micromotor with a tip of 0.7 - 0.9 mm. If the Micromotor is not used correctly while collecting these follicles, it is inevitable to damage the follicle. After the hair is collected in the FUE method, it is natural for crusts to form in spots on the skin. The same size bleeding occurs in the follicles where the thin needles of the Micromotor used to collect the follicles enter. These crusts will fall off in a short time and no trace will be left. Hair follicles are grouped in numbers and kept in a special solution for planting. Then the transplantation begins.

Hair and Beard Transplantation with FUE Method
With the FUE method, hair follicles taken from the scalp area between the two ears at the back of the head are planted in the area where there is no beard.

Since it is performed under local anesthesia, there is no serious pain during the operation. After the FUE beard and mustache transplantation, no scars or sutures are formed.

Hair Transplantation to Wound and Burnt Areas
Injuries caused by any accident or other reasons can sometimes cause injuries that require stitches in the head area. In the future, hair will not grow from the stitched areas. Hair transplantation can be done easily in areas with scars. Healthy hair follicles are generally preferred from the nape and behind the ears when hair transplantation is performed on the injured area. As a result of this procedure, the injured area will  have a healthy appearance as before.