FUE Hairline

FUE hairline has become an increasingly common type of hair transplant today. Because now everyone has become conscious and therefore, they act consciously. Anyone who notices that their hairline is starting to recede runs to the hair transplant clinic. Nobody wants to lose their hair anymore. Today, hair has become a very striking thing. For this reason, technology has become another new working area. The best method in this regard is FUE.

What is Hairline?

Everyone has a unique hairline. Hairlines in men and women are defined by a variety of factors, including shape and height.  Genetic structure is important in this case. Because the event we call hair loss depends on many reasons. The strongest among them is genetics. If you have a familial hairline that regresses with age, the only thing you can do is the FUE hairline procedure. Every person’s hairline is unique, but it usually falls into one of several categories. Hairlines change with age as well. You can change your hairline if you do not like it.

The FUE Technique

It is the process of removing micro hair follicle bundles called follicular units from the scalp one at a time and repositioning them. We use a special tool to remove the follicular units that will be planted one by one from the scalp and place the roots in their new locations on the same day. In theory, this method can be used to remove hair from the body, and it can also be combined with the FUT technique.

Hairline in the front

The goal of FUE is to create a hairline that demonstrates artistic and aesthetic success in hair transplantation as well as the effect of hair transplantation. Taking into account the hairline, the patient’s age, potential future hair loss of natural hair, and the overall configuration of the grafts, it is critical to address the patient’s current aesthetic and cosmetic needs while also starting from the line. Follicular unit grafts on the hairline should have a single hair strand from the collected/harvested grafts, whereas grafts to be transplanted into the line behind the hairline should have two hairs.

Bridge Zone (Area)

This is the area where we need to achieve the most natural looking results from hair transplantation. We prefer grafts with two or three thick hairs and a higher filling quality for this. After 12 months, the density in the bridge area should complement the natural appearance of the hairline. When patients look in the mirror and see their natural, plump appearance, it makes them happy. FUE hairline should be performed to make the patient happy both aesthetically and artistically.

Vertex Crown Transplantation

 This is the final step in hair transplantation. This region/region is difficult to plant and is usually considered in the second session. In this region, patients with Norwood Classification 4-5-6 baldness should not be offered hair transplantation. Due to the difficulty of planting, the results in this region/region are seen very late, and the growth rate is relatively low. For this region/area, we prefer thick and strong grafts.

Are you Sure I’m the Right Person for the Job?

In the FUE method, as in all other hair surgery procedure techniques, we thoroughly assess whether the patients who visit our clinic are candidates for hair transplantation. First and foremost, we must use a blood test to investigate the non-genetic factors that cause hair loss. We will investigate the donor site if tests show that there is no systematic problem. If, as a result of the examination, we determine that the type of hair loss is suitable for hair transplantation and that the candidate has enough hair follicles, we schedule an appointment with our guest in accordance with our doctors’ schedule.

When will I be able to Recover?

During the procedure, crusts appear in the area where we planted. The first two days are dedicated to the recovery of the planting and collection area. There is nothing else to do but what has been suggested. You should take care of your hair and wash it as our doctor instructs you on the third day. About ten days after washing, the crusts in the area where we plant and collect begin to fall off. After fifteen days, both areas have recovered completely and there is no scar. After three weeks, 60-70 percent of the transplanted hair will fall out. At the end of eight to twelve weeks, the transplanted and shed hair begins to grow back, and this process continues for about a year.

When will I be able to See the Results?

The majority of the transplanted hair falls out within two to six weeks of the procedure. The hair follicles, on the other hand, remain beneath the skin. New hair begins to grow from the existing hair follicles about ten weeks after planting. The best time to evaluate the outcome is eight to twelve months after hair transplantation. The bristles thicken from the moment they emerge until they reach the bristle thickness on the nape.

Transplanted hair requires no special care. Hair cutting, washing, styling, dyeing, and other similar applications are simple. At the same time, the transplanted hair is programmed not to fall out and to stay with you for the rest of your life.

The Benefits of the FUE Method

  • The FUE method has numerous advantages over the FUT technique, which is a surgical procedure.
  • The donor area’s healing time is reduced.
  • Because there is no stitching after the procedure, the pain is minimal.
  • In the donor area, there will be no suture marks. As a result, even if you cut your hair very short, there will be no sign of transplantation.

Other benefits include:

  1. There is less blood loss.
  2. Those who work in jobs that require physical strength begin their shifts earlier.
  3. After the procedure, there is no evidence of trauma (post trauma).
  4. Hair follicles from various parts of the body can be collected using this method.
  5. It is the only procedure available to people who have thin scalp in the nape area.