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FUE Hair Transplant

hairfall treatments

Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE Hair Transplant techniques has been proven to be highly effective for varied clients at Pearl Health Chennai

FUE Hair Transplant in chennai

In the FUE Hair Transplant technique, individual Follicles are extracted from healthy donor areas and are individually transplanted at an angle in the target areas, because hair tends to grow at an angle and not straight up. The success rates for FUE system are very high and PearlHealth Chennai has a lot of very happy clients with full heads of hair under this system.

FUE Hair Transplant in chennai is the most modern technology is Robot-assisted FUE, where a robot does the hair transplant. The advantage in this system is that the indentations are perfectly done because they are computerized and the speed of the transplants are also vastly improved.

FUE Hair Transplant has generated the most amount of natural hair growth as per studies. The newly transplanted follicles normally grow hairs, in a time frame of 6 months, as hairfall occurs only in the untreated areas.

The Procedure

Post Surgical care involves the application of semi permeable dressing to absorb seepages of blood. For the first week regular shampooing of the area of transplant has to be done so that scabs do not form around the new transplants. Scabs may actually deter the growth of the new hair follicles and hence such precautionary care has to be taken. With consultations repeatedly to ascertain that the recovery process is perfectly happening, it is definitely the most rewarding process to help regroup confidence.

 Care and comfort at Pearl

Upon completion of surgery the FUE beds would appear to have some superficial bleeding which should be treated with some semi permeable dressing. Over time with proper hair care the transplanted sections of hair will start to grow naturally and thickly and, in a normal span of 6 months they should be back to total normalcy.