Archive for the FUT Category

Impact of Surgical Technique and Nuance vs Choice of Scar Shape

Perception of a cosmetic result by a lay bystander should be the endgame of any aesthetic surgical endeavor. Too often, we judge aesthetic results by our own academic, esteemed criteria without regard to how that person is perceived by the public at large. Simply put, does the […]

Poor hair grafts = Poor hair transplant result

The rate of hair graft survival is a big worry of both the patient and the surgeon(s), in regards to surgery for hair transplants. The hair transplant surgeon main goal is to implant all of the grafts they harvest from the donor site onto the patient’s head […]

Repairing FUT Scars – pt 2

Scars are unsightly looking whatever part of the body they are on. Folks sometimes think a facial scar is the worst looking of all, however, if you ask folks who have scalp scars, they are likely to say these are also awful. Several reasons can cause a […]

Repairing FUT Scars

Because FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) is now the procedure most done all over the world, lots of these patients have scars on the backside of the head due to a donor strip removed in their surgical procedure. With the majority of these patients though, that scar is […]

Hair Disaster if Robotics took over?

Will Robotics replace a Human’s Touch in doing Hair Transplants or will it be a disaster? As follicular unit transplant (FUT) was developed, the end result was much more natural in how it looked. They no longer transplanted large clumps, instead they used hair follicles, which were […]

How vital is Graft Dissection in FUT

Be it a follicular unit transfer or simply follicular unit extraction, one facet that may be very common to both, is the adequate dissection of the grafts that have been developed. In FUT, it is more essential, because in the process of harvesting the grafts the entire […]