Techniques in Hair Transplantation

Techniques in Hair Transplantation

In Follicular Unit Transplantation, follicular units can be extracted through two different techniques: Through Follicular Unit Strip Transplantation (FUS), the microsurgical dissection of follicular units out of a strip of donor material, and through Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), where the follicular units are removed one at a time from the ..Continue Reading

Hair Transplant Timeline: The Road to Recovery

Hair Transplant Timeline: The Road to Recovery

We all want to know if a certain action to a problem is the best choice. And when it comes to finding a remedy to hair loss, hair transplant technique is often considered to be one of the dependable solutions. Since it is an invasive and a very delicate procedure, ..Continue Reading

Emu Oil & Hair Loss

What causes hair loss? Hair loss, according to experts, is caused by a combination of aging, hormonal changes and family history of baldness. Hair loss can be permanent if destruction occurs to the hair follicle, or, it may just be temporary due to transitory damage to the follicles. In men, ..Continue Reading

FUT vs FUE Hair Transplant, Which method is better for a hair transplant

FUT vs FUE Hair Transplant, Which method is better for a hair transplant

There are two approaches to hair transplant, and these are Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). Each have their own set of benefits and setbacks but when it come to the length of time that it takes to finish and to heal, this factor creates a significant ..Continue Reading

Do’s and Don’ts Immediately After Your Hair Transplant

Do’s and Don’ts Immediately After Your Hair Transplant

Bleeding After Hair Transplant: A small amount of bleeding is expected. If you notice any bleeding, fold a clean bath cloth or use the gauze provided for you in your aftercare bag, and apply firm, constant pressure to the area for 20 minutes (do not keep rechecking during this time). ..Continue Reading

Pre-Operative Instructions for Hair Transplantation

Pre-Operative Instructions for Hair Transplantation

Do not take aspirin or anti-inflammatory medications like Motrin, Advil, or Ibuprofen, for 14 days prior to surgery. These medications can thin the blood and cause bleeding during surgery. Many over the counter medications such as Alka-Seltzer, Bufferin, Excedrin, Empirin, etc., contain aspirin and should not be taken prior to ..Continue Reading

What to Expect After a FUE Follicular unit extraction hair Transplant

What to Expect After a FUE Follicular unit extraction hair Transplant

Time: 1st Night After a FUE hair Transplant What to Expect Recipient and donor area may look bruised. In donor area, you will see small red holes where the grafts are harvested that will heal within 2-3 days. Pain is very uncommon after FUE procedures. If present, it generally improves with ..Continue Reading