FUE in Miami Beach
When you decide to take the plunge and invest considerable sums in restoring a full head of hair, it’s reasonable and fair to ask: How long will the results last? Rest assured, the reason that FUE in Miami Beach is pricey, and in higher demand than ever, is that the results are permanent.
Learn all about the details and benefits of this trending procedure before making your decision about hair restoration.
Miami Beach FUE: What’s involved?
Hair transplants have truly evolved in recent years. Gone are the days when a hair transplant meant having obvious, “doll-hair” rows of plugs transferred to the top of the head. The previously popular FUT (strip method) of hair transplant resulted in a lengthy scar at the back of the scalp as well. Today’s advanced methods mean avoiding unnatural plugs and skipping the tell-tale transplant scar. Miami Beach FUE patients can even wear their hair super short after their procedure if they wish—the results are virtually scarless.
Here’s how it’s done:
The hair transplant surgeon utilizes a robotic or digital follicular unit extraction punch tool to remove individual grafts from the donor area. This is usually a zone at the back and sides of the scalp where hairs are resistant to DHT and grow densely. These small 1mm grafts are inserted at the recipient sites through tiny slits which leave no scars. The holes resulting from graft harvesting close within a few days and they’re so small that they won’t be visible to the naked eye.