If you happen to be a regular newspaper reader or internet user, it is very much likely that you must have come across a lot many advertisements about surgical hair restoration. The relatively latest FUE hair transplant is perhaps the main feature of all such advertisements during the last couple of years or so. It may not be wrong to say that it has wiped off a lot many negative concerns that people have had about the surgery. Unlike the conventional strip harvesting method, the FUE is minimally invasive and obtains maximum hair density in the bald area with minimum recovery time.
Quite understandably, whosoever is a victim of complete hair loss would always be interested in getting the hairs revived. Somehow, lack of knowledge often leaves many people remain indecisive about undergoing the surgery. Despite various sources of information available, FUE hair transplant still remains a mystery for many who are desperate for hair revival. All what they see is the cost of the procedure and make their decision on such basis. If you are looking to go for the FUE method then knowing about the actual benefits of the surgery will certainly enable you come up with a well-informed decision.
You must not think that the conventional strip harvesting method is fatal in any way. For sure it has yielded excellent results over the years and people who opted for it are quite satisfied with the results. Nevertheless, the reason why people prefer FUE hair transplant is that it does not leave any linear scar in the donor area which is the only drawback of strip removal method. This does not mean that there is no scarring at all, but since the extraction of follicles is done with the help of specialized cylindrical shaped extraction tool, having 0.09 mm of diameter; the scars are minimally visible.
For those of you who have ever been interested in gardening, the FUE procedure is very much the same as a plant extracted from the soil which is to be planted at a different site. The follicle removal from donor area in FUE hair transplant also required to be done without damaging the roots. In simple words, it is just like plants which are implanted from one site to another but their roots remain undamaged. However, if you want to get the best results from this method, you should carefully choose the surgeon and the surgical institute so as to avoid any risk of post surgical complications.