Hair loss can be a very emotional part of the natural aging process for men and women, and seeking ways to curb this process used to be a challenge. A full head of hair represents attractiveness and desirability both personally and professionally. For this reason, a lot of people undergo FUE transplants. But how do they work?
Early FUT, also known as FUSS (Follicular Unit Strip Surgery) procedures left patients with visible donor scars on the back or sides of the head.
These drawbacks have been overcome by the introduction of the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant technique. Modern technology provides surgeons with additional support, such as motorized handheld devices and image-guided precision robotic hair transplant systems, such as the ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration system, available to help with the harvesting and grafting of hair.
Even though there isn’t any medical benefit to hair transplantation surgery, it may help you feel more confident about your appearance if you’re self-conscious about your hairline.