is it possible to do a FUE as a second session hair transplant after previous FUT hair transplant?
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FUE or FUT
Yes, there's no problem with having an FUE procedure after your first procedure was FUT. Whether or not switching to FUE (or even pursuing non surgical options) is the right choice for what you want to achieve is another topic altogether that you should discuss with an experienced doctor.
FUE is just a harvesting method. It does not relate to results. FUE statistically will give you less (worse) results when comp
FUE is just a harvesting method. It does not relate to results. FUE statistically will give you less (worse) results when compared to the FUT (strip) surgery.
If you still want the FUE, YES it is possible, but you would need to shave the back of your head (exposing your linear scar) to have the procedure.
FUE after FUT surgery
The FUE procedure may absolutely be performed after previous FUT. Prior to the surgery I perform an accurate estimate of the number of grafts necessary considering the patients calculated density, hair caliber, coverage value and number of hairs per follicle, in order to determine the remaining donor capacity along with a precise surgical plan.
Furthermore, it is necessary to wait approximately one year before another surgery can be performed on a treated area, however you may wait 6 months if you would like a surgery on a non-treated area after the first session.
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FUE After A Previous FUT
It is certainly possible to do FUE after a previous FUT. However, if you are not happy with the previous procedure, this is not because FUT is a bad technique; it may be that it wasn't done properly, or it may be just bad luck. In this case, your priority should be choosing a skilled surgeon that trying the other technique out. Since you already have a linear scar, it may be wise to have another strip from the same incision line while keeping FUE when more transplants are needed in the future.
Fue after fut
yes, you can do a fue after a fut procedure. Most patients do opt for a second fut procedure, and your donor may yield more grafts from a fut than an fue, without seeing any photographs it is impossible to tell. You should follow up with the surgeon who did your procedure, or get a second opinion from someone who is skilled in fue.
Yes, you can
after experiencing a strip procedure, many patients are leery about doing it again. One problem is this that it excises more of your hair bearing scalp in the back of your head, so if you only have a small donor site it moves you're balding area closer to your neck. I think that an FUE procedure is an excellent option for those men and encourage you to find someone in your area that is well-versed in it. Good luck.
FUE after FUT procedure
Many patients choose FUE or Robotic FUE for additional density to prior hair transplant procedures, many also take advantage of the the procedure to correct the appearance of an unsatisfying transplant result. A lot of corrections are needed to improve the look of outdated surgical methods, and problems resulting from poor techniques. In other cases, patients choose FUE to simply avoid the pain and discomfort from old strip procedures. The technology with FUE and Robotic FUE also an option in cases were limited donor hair is available after prior transplants.
FUE as a second session hair transplant after previous FUT
yes, of course it is possible to do a FUE revision surgery after a FUT operation . I recommend FUE because
main advantages of follicular unit extraction are greater hair coverage, a more natural appearance and undetectable surgery.
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