Can FUE hair transplant be used to cover surgical scars on face caused by an accident? Can FUE technique be used to graft skin?
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FUE on Scar Tissue
FUE can be used to help camouflage facial scars, but it depends on the scar. The transplanted hairs may not grow depending on the type of scar, or their growth may be slower than other parts of the face. Note that it won't actually change the skin's appearance (there are other procedures that could potentially do that for you), just allow you to cover the scar with facial hair. Without an in person consultation or at the very least some pictures it's impossible to say whether this would be an appropriate solution for your case.
FUE is a method of harvesting hair follicles. It stands for Follicular Unit Extraction. Many clinics or doctors may call it som
FUE is a method of harvesting hair follicles. It stands for Follicular Unit Extraction. Hair transplant surgery using FUE or FUT (strip method) of harvesting may work to cover scars by adding hairs to the scar.
you should definitely have a consultation with a hair restoration surgeon to evaluate your options. I have performed both FUE and FUT with transplant to the face to help camouflage the appearance of scarring. Keep in mind that the transplants do not grow as well in scar tissue, and depending on your expectation, you may require multiple procedures. The skin quality around doesn't change, the area becomes camouflaged with hair.
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I strongly encourage to visit with someone for on on-sight consultation. I'd hate to see you compound the problem with scaring. Good luck.
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