Hair Transplant 4000+ (FUE/FUT)

 More than 4000 grafts for hair transplantation

Taking a decision on a transplant can be a tough decision; the procedure used can play a key influence on your long-standing happiness, objectives, and plans. Each technique has its benefits and risk, thus it's necessary to make certain you select the right technique for future plans and obtaining the best out of your donor.

FUE, the surface area of the donor is maximally open however it doesn’t imply that additional follicular units (FU) to be removed compared to FUT. Each FU removed can minimize the density, the more removed can noticeably reduce the density and impair the donor for future procedures, FUE or FUT. Supposing an average density around the safe zone of 80 FU cm square if the extraction pattern is extended and no region excessively harvested about 4000 FU may be removed, this can reduce the general density down by approximately thirty percent, a density of about 60 FU cm square is left with the donor, and this is considered as a low-density virgin scalp.

To maintain the density within the donor FUE is the appropriate technique to lesser or mid-range graft quantities for the most, with the use of an educated extraction pattern, there will be no over-harvesting or partial shaving thus the change in density of the scalp will be reduced, if the beneficiary has an average to good density, to begin with then about 1500 grafts will be extracted and hardly have an effect on the general density.

Hair transplant and density

If the pattern of hair loss is large, then FUE begins to be less suitable over one or several procedures, grown out results of 3500 FUE or more grafts aren't the norm and a donor with superb characteristics is needed. If a high amount of FUE is carried out in a single procedure, there's a higher risk that it won’t have the similar result as FUT. The actual health concern of vast FUE procedure is that the outcome on the body to heal various open wounds created within the recipient and donor region, and how effective the body will sustain and heal while not impairing the scar healing within the donor and yield within the recipient.

An exception to the FUE rule on larger air loss pattern candidate is when the goals available are limited, and also not seeking complete restoration, lower density placement because of a particular hair design, or the “5 o’clock shadow” appearance for any individual who desires a high conventional hairline to frame the face and frontal area, and wants to maintain a short/shaved hair, however, this isn’t an average hair transplant patient and it’s really necessary that objectives and future goals are talked about and understood between the individual and doctor.

FUT can take out a hair-bearing strip of tissue and thus efficiently the hair density hasn’t been modified significantly in the donor because the surface area is removed as opposed to hairs taken from the surface area. The scalp laxity permits for a strip to be removed without resulting to any kind of long-term tension and eventually the skin recovers properly. There are restrictions to the number of times this may be repeated hence 2-3 times if it is in good condition and with great skin recovery characteristics it'll be able to englobe the present linear scars for one line to be left instead of several wounds.

How to choose the right number of grafts?

FUT takes away a high targeted number of FU from a comparatively small region and they are removed still within their normal state of high density on the strip, 4000 grafts in a single procedure is an attainable amount in most individuals, except the donor density is low and possesses a weak laxity. For long-term preparation and high NW stages, FUT has been shown to make it easier to plan and cover with a suitable density the biggest possible surface area.

The disadvantages of FUT is leaving more visible signs of a linear scar, showing that a surgical treatment has been executed however the benefit is being capable of transplanting a higher quantity of FU either in single or multiple procedures in comparison to FUE and the donor can still maintain a similar density or thickness.

In conclusion, the innovation of FUE technique insinuates that linear scars can be prevented for a reasonably minor to midrange amount of grafts sited from a cosmetic viewpoint and it let the patient undergo a hair transplant procedure with very little to no noticeable signs an HT has been executed.

FUE simply because of the technical demands of the procedure such as labor and time demanding as well as the medical healing and yield issues are more suitable for smaller sessions for most individuals suffering from hair loss. If the pattern of hair loss is high and the objective is to conceal a large surface with a natural appearing density, then FUT would be the suitable and recognizable selection to come through the most effective result for the patient. Combining and utilizing each technique, the original scar quality recovery is sustained and exploiting FUE to maximize the donor extraction area, while still permitting the possibility for future surgical procedure applying each technique if necessary? Combining both techniques permits the most effective characteristics of each to be used, most movement of grafts and opens the donor area, concentrated a good amount of grafts from FUT and collecting from outside the normal safe zone with FUE. What should be remembered still is using both techniques they're both modifying the characteristics of scalp/hair in their own manner, hair is being extracted and there'll constantly be a consequence to it, it may either be a loss of hair density or scarring or laxity.

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