Not for Tryphophobes! Scalp After Hair Transplant

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Any idea about Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)?

It’s a permanent method of hair restoration.

No scalpel or stitches are required.

Sounds marvelous?

Ever wonder how we do it?

***** TRYPOPHOBIA WARNING: The images in this post could be disturbing Please proceed at your own risk *****

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Minor shaving on donor site (hair length of 1.5-2mm) in order to observe the direction and angle of hair growth. Followed by donor site disinfection and local anesthesia injection. Image above shows extraction of follicular unit grafts by doctor with micropunch (0.8-1.0mm diameter).

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Assistant pulls out the grafts with a tweezer.

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Grafts are categorized according to number of hair.

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Recipient site disinfection. Tiny holes are created on recipient site according to the natural density, angle and direction of hair growth.

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Grafts are placed one by one.

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Grafts are placed one by one.

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Bloody worth it? Yes! Approximately 90% or more of the transplanted hair will grow within 3 to 6 months after the surgery.

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