The FUE Hair Transplants in Tunisia, is an autograft technique that effectively treats unrecoverable hair loss. This is a fairly common circumstance especially in humans. It involves grafting, in the alopecic zone, the hair of the same patient taken from a given area (donor).
Hair transplantation is currently the most widespread surgical technique for the treatment of male form alopecia, and this since it combines the benefits of local treatment with the absence of extensive surgical manipulation.
The combination of mini and micro-grafts can achieve aesthetic results of exceptional quality. The distribution of these mini and micro-grafts follows concepts used according to the evolution and extent of alopecia to obtain a natural cosmetic appearance.
Baldness is the absence of hair secondary to an accelerated fall. First, the most common cause is androgenetic alopecia in humans, which is related to hereditary factors. In addition, most often it manifests itself at the age of 40 years.
In addition, baldness progressively evolves in several stages:
Other factors may be involved such as hormonal disorders, dietary deficiencies, chemotherapy, irradiation, and some parasites
The FUE hair transplants technique is particularly suitable for patients who want the procedure to go unnoticed by those around them. Indeed, FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is to collect follicular units by a micro-punch.
And, among the strengths of the hair transplants technique FUE Tunisia:
The hair transplants surgery in Tunisia is performed in our partner clinic by Dr. Mourad Zinelabidine.
The FUE hair transplants was introduced due to the high demand for a hair implant without scar.
This FUE technique is better for people who want to have very short hair and is primarily for small and medium baldness. On the other hand, the FUT technique remains more effective for important baldness
The modern FUE autograft technique preserves the donor area of the patient.
The assistants prepare the grafts, which contain one to three hairs.
Then, the practitioner, marks the receiving areas, which will serve as a reference throughout the intervention.
The implantation of the follicular units is done using a needle which allows to perform the micro-slot of the graft and introduce it at the same time.
It lasts between 6 and 8 am and does not require hospitalization. Finally, the patient will stay at the hotel at the end of the operation to rest.
In addition, a stay of 2 to 3 nights is more than enough to benefit from this kind of intervention.