WHAT IS NEEDLE FUE?
The FUE (follicular unit extraction) technique is the most advanced hair transplant method today and has revolutionised the expectations of surgeons and patients.
Needle FUE is an innovation. Another step into perfection of the FUE-method, the removal of the follicles is through the finer tools - needles - much cleaner and damaging less scalp and nearby located hair follicles than with the conventional method microfue. The donor area can thus recover twice as fast and twice as good as before.
The results of a FUE hair transplantation are completely natural, since the hair is implanted at their original angle, which then grows to reproduce the same groupings that the patient had before hair loss; the difference is using hair from the back and side of the head, where hair is genetically predisposed to not fall out, for results that can be considered absolutely permanent.
The most common method of hair transplant before FUE was the FUT technique, a procedure in which a strip of scalp is removed from the back of the head and then implanted, but this technique tends to leave the area numb and tense, not to mention a large scar that becomes hidden as the hair grows in but which prevents patients from cutting their hair very short.
The great advantage of a FUE hair transplant is that the tiny incisions made leave no linear scars. Postoperative recovery is virtually painless and very quick, allowing patients to return to normal life in just two or three days.