Hair Transplant by Artisan

FUE (Follicular Hair Extraction) is a minimally invasive technique that implants individual hair follicles. This is an advanced hair transplantation method and allows for dense hair to be transplanted without major scarring on the transplant area.

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Who is a good candidate for FUE hair transplant?

Not everyone is a good candidate for a FUE hair transplant. There are a few important factors that determine whether or not a hair transplant is suitable for you. Some of these include:

Health of your scalp

If you have Alopecia or other hair related diseases, you may not be a suitable candidate for a hair transplant. The donor area may lack the necessary healthy follicles in order to complete a successful hair transplant.

Extent of your hair loss

The amount of donor hair you possess will have an impact on the success rate of the procedure. If your hair loss is too extensive, you may not have enough healthy hair follicles to make the procedure successful.


In general, in order to be a good candidate for a hair transplant you will need to exercise, eat healthy and follow an active lifestyle for the treatment to have the best effect.

What you should know about FUE Hair Transplant

  • It is minimally invasive
  • Has minimal downtime and recovery is quick
  • Does not leave permanent scars on the donor area
  • Does not require sutures, hence chance of infection is low
  • Is suitable for both small and large body areas
This procedure takes place under local anaesthesia. The process takes between 3 to 9 hours, depending on how complex the case is. A punch incision will be made on the donor site in order to extract the full hair follicle. Then, the doctor will manually extract the follicular unit with specific tools. After which, the grafts are prepared and consequently implanted onto the graft sites.

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