The decision to have a hair transplant is, in itself, a giant leap. Its life changing for many reasons. Not only will it considerably alter your appearance, it will also reshape the way that you see yourself. It will give you that newfound confidence and energy that you never knew existed.
It’s clear that it’s a decision that requires research and should never be taken lightly. However, when looking at the various types of hair transplants that are available on the market, you may have noticed robotic-assisted follicular unit extraction methods.
If this is the case, then you’ll surely have asked yourself what type of robotic-assisted procedures are available and exactly what they involve.
Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE as it is also called, is a ground-breaking and modern procedure whereby individual hair follicles are extracted from separate donor zones using specialized a 1 -mm needle that has been expressly designed for the procedure. The hair donor zones are often found in permanent hair growth zones and they are, thereafter, implanted in a natural formation that corresponds to the angle of the donor’s usual hair growth.
It is one of the most intricate and modern procedures and offers a minimal level of invasive surgery. Additionally, it’s certainly effective and provides rapid recovery times with an absolute minimum in cosmetic scarring.