FUT and FUE hair transplant for men with long lasting results

Hair loss, sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly known as alope­cia, affects many men from all age cat­e­gories and caus­es dis­com­fort, lack of con­fi­dence and frus­tra­tion. A strong and rich hair shows good genes and a healthy body and this is why many men are con­front­ed with high con­fi­dence issues once they start los­ing hair.
Alope­cia can now be eas­i­ly treat­ed at Renew Skin & Health Clin­ic. Our pro­fes­sion­al staff and our mod­ern hair trans­plant pro­ce­dures will restore the strength and the beau­ti­ful aspect of your hair and scalp. Our prac­ti­tion­ers can offer you both a non-sur­gi­cal and a sur­gi­cal solu­tion to your prob­lem after ana­lyz­ing your med­ical his­to­ry and the hair loss sever­i­ty.
The non-sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant for alope­cia implies the appli­ca­tion of a thin and trans­par­ent mem­brane to the scalp, which is infused and cov­ered with human hair. This pro­ce­dure is per­formed at a fol­lic­u­lar unit lev­el in order to ensure max­i­mum results and give you a nat­ur­al look and hair col­or. This non-sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant is espe­cial­ly suit­able for men suf­fer­ing from advanced alope­cia and the results are imme­di­ate and vis­i­ble.
How­ev­er, if you pre­fer a longer-last­ing result you might need to under­go a sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant pro­ce­dure. There are two types of sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant pro­ce­dures Renew Skin & Health Clin­ic pro­vides you with. The first one is the Fol­lic­u­lar Unit Extrac­tion (FUE) which involves the extrac­tion of hair from a donor area and its implant to the alope­cia affect­ed area of the patient’s scalp. The alter­na­tive to FUE is the Fol­lic­u­lar Unit Trans­plan­ta­tion (FUT) which implies strip har­vest­ing, unlike the FUE pro­ce­dure which con­sists in the indi­vid­ual har­vest­ing of each fol­lic­u­lar unit. This means that an entire piece of tis­sue con­tain­ing hair grafts is sur­gi­cal­ly removed from the donor area with a scalpel and then using the mod­ern tech­nique of stereo-micro­scop­ic dis­sec­tion, the fol­lic­u­lar units are extract­ed with­out being dam­aged; the extract­ed grafts are then trans­plant­ed to the patient’s bald­ing area in the same man­ner as with the FUE hair trans­plant.
Being a sim­pler pro­ce­dure, the FUT is per­formed under local anes­the­sia in just a cou­ple of hours and the results are excel­lent. More­over, since the fol­lic­u­lar units remain enveloped in their orig­i­nal skin tis­sue, the sur­vival rate of each unit once trans­plant­ed to the patient increas­es after under­go­ing the FUT pro­ce­dure.
As with any oth­er sur­gi­cal pro­ce­dure, min­i­mal, lin­ear scar­ring occurs with the FUT, but if the patient grows his hair to a nor­mal size, these scars will be con­cealed. Which is not the case with the FUE hair trans­plant in men as this pro­ce­dure leaves no scar­ring what­so­ev­er. Nev­er­the­less, FUE takes more time to be com­plet­ed. So, choos­ing a sur­gi­cal or non-sur­gi­cal hair trans­plant solu­tion for alope­cia is entire­ly up to you but it also depends on your med­ical his­to­ry. After a spe­cial­ized con­sul­ta­tion with our hair experts from Renew Skin & Health Clin­ic, they will be able to rec­om­mend you the best course of action for your par­tic­u­lar type of alope­cia so that you can enjoy a radi­ant, youth­ful look and restore the rich hair you once had.

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