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Hair transplantation
Hair follicles are extracted from the back of the head ( the occiput and parietal areas) which are known as the “safe” donor areas. The extracted hairs will be placed over the areas need to be covered. This transplanted hairs are resistant to the hormone, DHT, and will not fall out due to hormonal effects. Hair transplantation can effectively restore the hairline and the sparse hair becomes thicker. DHT poses no significant harmful effect on the implanted hairs, therefore, these hairs will grow forever. However, not everyone is suitable for hair transplantation. For more information, please consult your doctor.

Two different methods are available for hair transplantation:


A. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
After injecting a small amount of local anesthestic, with the patient completely awake, a specially crafted small tool with a diameter of 1 mm or less is used to extract the hairs one by one from the donor area. After the extraction, the doctor will then transplant hairs in the needy areas. The implanted hairs will grow naturally and permanently, and no special care is needed for such hairs. The small wound over the donor area will gradually recover and shrink, leaving very inconspicuous scars.
FUE
B. Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
Use a scalpel to cut a piece of scalp about 1cm in width and 15cm in length. The assistant will cut the piece of scalp into very small portions know as the follicular units which are then placed over the needy areas. The most unpredictable outcome for this surgery is the size of the scar, in experienced hands, the scar can be relatively small, but it also can be rather big and disgusting if the surgeon is not experienced enough or the patient is prone to scarring.

FUT