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GETFUE Clinic offers Implanter Pen method (DHI) – the most innovative technique of hair transplantation for the most natural and high-density results for every patient.
FUE hair transplantation involves moving hair follicles from a so-called donor area (typically the back of a patient’s head) onto implantation areas. This procedure can recover lost hairlines, add density to the areas where hair has thinned and create facial hair – even in cases with little to none initial growth. Modern techniques used at the getFUE Clinic give our patients natural-looking, lifelong results.
Results are lifelong
Donor grafts are usually harvested from the back and sides of the scalp. Follicles in these areas are immune to hair loss.
No elongated scars
With the FUE Method, grafts are extracted one at a time using a special instrument, without the use a scalpel.
Natural results and density
For most patients, enough grafts can be transplanted during a single FUE procedure to give patients high-density, natural results.
It is important to accurately assess every individual case. A hair transplantation surgeon determines the optimal number of grafts to be transplanted and proposes a suitable outline of the implantation areas.
Donor grafts are harvested from a patient’s donor area. A special instrument is used to extract grafts one by one, without leaving an elongated scar. These donor grafts are then preserved in a liquid solution that maximises survivability.
At getFUE Clinic, implantation is done using the Implanter Pen DHI Method. Using this method, there is no need to pre-create implantation channels, reducing trauma to the scalp. Grafts are inserted into these instruments and implanted into the tissue at a natural angle.
ollowing the procedure, patients need to take proper care of the donor and implantation areas to ensure a high level of graft regrowth. This includes washing these areas, protecting them from the elements and avoiding impacts and excessive pressure.
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