In Micro-FUE, the punch size used is 0.6 to 0.8 mm in diameter only.
➢ Donor heals in less than 48 hrs.
➢ Very small, virtually invisible scars in the donor area
➢ Bleeding during surgery is very minimal
➢ Very good aesthetic results
➢ Graft survival rates: up to 80-85%
Micro FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is a hair transplant technique that involves removing individual
hair follicles from a donor area on the scalp and transplanting them to areas of hair loss.
The procedure is called "micro" FUE because it uses a small punch tool to extract the hair follicles one by one,
typically with a diameter of 0.7mm or less.
Unlike traditional hair transplant methods that use a strip of hair follicles, Micro FUE allows for a more
natural-looking result with less scarring and a faster recovery time. The procedure is performed under local
anesthesia and patients can typically return to work and normal activities within a few days.
Micro FUE is suitable for both men and women who are experiencing
hair loss or thinning hair. The procedure can be used to restore hair to areas of
the scalp, including the hairline, crown, and temples.
The success of a Micro FUE procedure depends on several factors, including the
quality and quantity of the hair follicles being transplanted, the skill and experience of
the surgeon performing the procedure, and the patient's overall health and medical
history. It is important to have a consultation with a qualified hair transplant surgeon
to determine if Micro FUE is the right procedure for you and to discuss the potential
risks and benefits of the procedure.