Monday, 9 October 2017

FUE HAIR TRANSPLANT IN HARYANA


With Follicular Unit Extraction individual follicular units containing 1 to 4 hair are removed under local anesthesia. The surgeon then uses very small micro blades or fine needles to puncture the sites for receiving the grafts, angling the wounds in such a way to promote a realistic hair pattern. The surgeons of Delhi Hair Clinic, Haryana generally do the final part of the procedure, inserting the individual grafts in place.


1. Preparation for the hair transplant:
In the initial step of the Hair Transplant Surgery, hair follicles from the back of the head are removed and relocated to the balding areas.

2. Donor area trimmed:
Before the surgery is started, the hair in the donor area is trimmed and is given local anesthesia.

3. Combed hair over sutured donor area:
The sutures in the donor area are hidden from the patient's hair that is combed over them. These sutures are removed almost ten days after the hair transplant surgery.

4. Donor tissue trimmed into follicular unit grafts:
Microscopes are then used by the surgical technicians to view the donor tissue for dissecting and preparing follicular units hair grafts.

5. Incisions made in the balding areas:
Follicular Unit Grafts are placed in the tiny incisions that are made in an irregular pattern in the recipient area.

6.Grafts placed according to their densities:
The smallest grafts (one and two) are placed in front of the hairline and three and four (denser than one and two) are placed behind.

7. Immediately after the Hair Transplant Surgery:
After the hair transplant surgery, tiny incisions with short hair would be visible in the patient's operated area.

8. The closing of the Hair Transplant Surgery:
The incision marks heal naturally and the redness in the recipient area vanishes itself within a week.


Delhi Hair Clinic, Haryana has successfully shown brilliant results in FUE technique for Hair transplant. This has majorly brought an increasing number of happy faces, who suffered from hair loss.

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