Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) at Aethra Clinic

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a leading-edge, minimally invasive hair transplantation technique offered at Aethra Clinic. This advanced procedure is designed to restore your hairline and increase hair density without the need for a linear scar, offering a solution to hair loss that blends seamlessly with your natural hair.

Understanding FUE

FUE involves the individual extraction of hair follicles from the donor area, typically the back and sides of the scalp, using a precise microsurgical extraction instrument. Each follicle is then meticulously transplanted into the recipient area on the scalp where hair is thinning or absent.

The Benefits of FUE

  • Minimally Invasive: Unlike traditional strip surgery, FUE doesn’t leave a linear scar, making it ideal for patients who prefer shorter haircuts or wish to avoid the telltale signs of hair transplantation.
  • Reduced Recovery Time: FUE is less invasive, resulting in a quicker recovery period. Most patients can return to their regular activities within a few days post-procedure.
  • Natural-Looking Results: By carefully placing each graft to mimic natural hair growth patterns, FUE achieves results that look and feel indistinguishable from your natural hair.
  • Flexibility for Any Hair Type: FUE is effective across a wide range of hair types and loss patterns, offering a versatile solution for both men and women.

The FUE Process

  • Consultation: During your initial visit, our specialists will evaluate your hair loss, discuss your goals, and determine if FUE is the right approach for you.
  • Preparation: The donor area is prepared, and local anesthesia is applied to ensure a comfortable procedure.
  • Extraction and Transplantation: Hair follicles are extracted one by one and then transplanted to the target area with precision.
  • Recovery: Post-procedure instructions are provided to ensure a smooth recovery and optimal hair growth.
  • Results: New hair growth can be expected within 3 to 4 months, with the full impact visible after 9 to 12 months.