Is the FUE surgical hair transplant a safe and efficient procedure? What are the exact advantages and are there any risks involved when performed at the cosmetic clinic in Leamington Spa?
FUE is a surgical hair transplant procedure performed at Renew Skin & Health Clinic in Leamington Spa by experienced specialists with a verifiable portfolio of results. So you can be sure that the results achieved after such a cosmetic surgery will satisfy your expectations in treating alopecia.
FUE or Follicular Unit Extraction is a surgical but minimally invasive procedure that implies the extraction of follicular units (group of 1-4 hairs) from a donor area of the scalp (usually the back of the head) and their further implant into the bald areas. The FUE procedure is painless as we use anesthetics and does not leave any permanent scars, the donor area being completely healed in 7-10 days from the punch hair extraction. As previously mentioned, the healthy hair that is implanted in the alopecia-affected areas will grow normally and restore your natural hairlines, allowing you to style it in any way you desire. The results are permanent, however you should return for a regular check-up to see if the alopecia is not relapsing. The only disadvantage of the FUE hair transplant technique is that it can take a longer period of time for completion, around 4-6 hours and in some situations may even require two consecutive-day sessions, depending on the type of baldness and the surface of the implant area.
By consulting one of the Renew Skin & Health Clinic specialists, you will be able to take into consideration all the details and implications or risks about the procedure and decide on the hair transplant that suits you best accordingly.†
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