The hair transplant for women with the FUE method
This modern method of hair transplant surgery is virtually painless. The result is very natural both in the donor and in the transplant area. FUE is the abbreviation for Follicular Unit Extraction and is a major improvement of the older FUT technique. In this type of procedure hair roots are extracted with a special needle and implanted in the hairless area.
After the hair surgery, you only have red spots on the scalp for a few days. However, these disappear naturally. On the scalp remain microscopic scars that are barely perceptible to the naked eye. With the FUE method up to 3000 hair root groups can be moved.
With this female hair loss treatment, the hair does not have to be shortened before removal. The hair is gently removed in full length and grafted on the bare spot. By the absence of a shave, you can wear your haircut as well as the hair length as before the treatment.
The hair used usually fall out after a few weeks again. The hair root undergoes a rest phase also called the telogen phase. After about 3 months, the hair root regenerates a strong new hair. The final result of a hair transplant for women is reached after about 8 to 12 months.