Who are good candidates for the FUE procedure?

If you would like to have an FUE hair transplant, it is necessary to consult a doctor specializing in a field of hair transplantation. This is the only way to determine if you are eligible for the procedure. To determine if you are eligible for a hair transplant, your doctor will take into account a number of factors, such as your age, your complete history, the degree of hair loss and the availability of the quality donor site.

How many hair transplant sessions will we need?

Patients should always be aware that they may need more than one FUE hair transplant procedure in their life.. It mainly depends on the possibility of hair loss in the future in the areas not included in the first hair transplant procedure..

How long does it take to see results?

After the procedure, the patient may feel an increase in density in the transplant area. However, it may take up to 15 days before the scabs in the transplanted area fall out and new permanent hair begins to grow noticeably approximately 2 at 4 months after surgery. In most of the cases, it takes about 12 at 15 months to see final results.

Is the hair transplant painful?

The operation is performed under local anesthesia, so there is no pain. From time to time during the procedure, you may feel slight sensations in areas of the scalp, but you won't feel any pain. Furthermore, mild pain can be expected once the local anesthesia wears off after the procedure.

How long does the hair transplant take?

The duration of the hair transplant depends on the number of grafts required for the coverage area. Depending on the number of grafts implanted, the operation takes about 5 at 8 hours.

Qu'est ce que je dois faire après l'opération?

During the first three days after the hair transplant, do not touch the transplanted hair. Avoid all physical activity for the entire week after surgery and follow your doctor's instructions. From the third postoperative day, during the 15 following days, you must wash your hair according to the surgeon's instructions.