Who Is It For?

It is the preferred treatment for women and men who have hair loss with genetic or environmental factors.

How Is It Done?

The healthy hair follicles found in the nape roots are transported by micro needles to the areas where the problem is experienced.


Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), as opposed to the FUT procedure, is a hair transplant method in which the doctor extracts the follicular units of hair, from the donor area of your head, one by one. The doctor uses a small microneedle, which punches a tiny incision around a hair follicle before extraction. Each unit contains one to four hairs. These one to four hair groupings (called follicular unit grafts) are then transplanted into the balding areas of your head. In this method thus, there is no need for the surgeon to make a long incision in the donor area, as in the FUT procedure.

Back To Normal

After the hair transplantation, the patient can quickly return to work or private life without wasting any time in 2 – 3 days.