Hair Implants for Men and Women
There are different types of hair implants: follicular unit transplantation (FUT), follicular unit extraction (FUE), and scalp reduction surgery (SRS).
This article will present the treatment options for follicle-based hair implantation, a form of FUE, and the various procedures used to extract hair from the scalp. It will also discuss the surgical technique for FUT, including the use of micro-incisions and micro sutures.
After the procedure is completed, care must be taken to avoid scarring and damage to the skin. In addition, the patient must take good care of the hair follicles and skin over the implant as well as over any scar on the face.
Treatment success depends on proper patient selection, training of an experienced physician, careful follow-up, thorough preparation, adequate postoperative care, avoidance of chemical agents, proper hygiene of implanted hair, as detailed in the article 'Surgical and Cosmetic Care of Implants in Patients with Hair loss' by Dr. Susan L. Brown, published by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).
The use and effectiveness of folliculoplasty and SRS for hair loss is discussed. Implanted hair should be kept clean and well covered until it reaches its full growth potential, or until the natural hair grows out.
Anyway, the latest and most successful technique of hair implantation is the FUE or the Follicular Unit Extraction Technique.
And there have been many advances in the field of FUE. Automated or Robotic FUE being the most advanced of all.
The HARRTS FUEsion Automated and Robotic Hair Transplant Systems are the most advanced and result oriented systems for performing a Hair Implant Procedure.
The HARRTS FUEsion Systems also come along with the HARRTS V-5 Hair Implanters, which are the easiest and most result-oriented technique of implanting follicular units.
Take a look at all the FUEsion Robotic Hair Transplant Machines below.