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FUE Hair Transplant Kingston

There are generally two main types of hair transplant:
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) or Strip Harvesting: This method involves the removal of a strip of scalp from the donor area, typically from the back or side of the head, where the hair is genetically resistant to balding. The strip is then dissected into individual follicular units under a microscope and transplanted into the recipient area.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE): This technique involves the extraction of individual follicular units from the donor area using a punch tool. The units are then transplanted into the recipient area.
Both FUT and FUE are effective techniques for hair restoration, but each has its own advantages and disadvantages. FUE typically results in less scarring and a shorter recovery time, but may require more time and expertise to perform. FUT, on the other hand, allows for the transplantation of larger quantities of hair in a single session and can be more cost-effective, but leaves a linear scar in the donor area.
SmartGraft is a type of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant that utilizes a machine-assisted approach for harvesting and transplanting hair follicles. The SmartGraft device uses pneumatic pressure to gently extract individual hair follicles from the donor area, which are then stored in a sterile container until they are ready to be transplanted. The device also has a special feature that separates the individual follicles by size and quality, which helps to ensure a high graft survival rate. Once the follicles are extracted, they are transplanted into the recipient area using specialized tools, which can create tiny incisions that are less invasive than those made in traditional FUE procedures. Overall, SmartGraft is considered to be a safe and effective hair transplant technique that can produce natural-looking results with minimal scarring and a shorter recovery time than some other hair transplant methods.

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