Fue Hair Transplant

The Liverpool Hair Transplant Clinic specialises in FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant surgery. This involved carefully extracting follicles (from follicles which are biologically immune to balding refer to as the “donor area”) to the balding area. Dr Jyotsna Kumari (Joy) is a renowned FUE hair transplant surgeon in the UK, she has over ten years’ experience in hair transplant surgeries. She has performed over 1,000 FUE hair transplant surgeries in her impressive career of over 12 years in this field. She uses the most advanced technology available for hair transplant and thrives to be one of the best in the field. Along with her professionally trained team, the LHTC team provides the clients with proper guidance and information regarding hair transplant surgery, also providing impeccable after-care for their patients.

What is Hair Transplant?

For Generations, people have been having a very common problem which is hair loss. Every third person is suffering from hair loss. FUE hair transplant is a method which is used to transfer follicles from the donor area to the affected area which does not have any complication. In this technique usually, the follicles are moved from the donor area which is usually the back or the side of the head to the affected area like, for instance, the hairline and the crown area.

This is usually the case as most men suffer from male pattern baldness, even advance MTP leaves a band of hair around the head in a U-shape which can be used as a donor area. Our experienced surgeon will remove the follicles and place them into the recipient area. This procedure does not affect its genetic properties and consequently, the hairs grow naturally for the entire life of the patient.

What is Fue Hair Transplant Method?

Follicular units may contain one, two, three or more hairs, and our FUE procedure is a minimally invasive process, transferring individual follicles without using sutures, and without leaving a linear scar in the donor area, as other techniques do.

FUE is suited to any type of male pattern baldness, and – in cases where the donor area has insufficient stock for transplanting – additional grafts can be drawn from different parts of the body, including the chest and back.

FUE has the advantage of leaving minimal scarring, stitchless and minimal pain surgery, and can also be used to restore eyelashes, eyebrows, beard hair, chest hair, and pubic hair, and to fill in scars, including those from face-lifts or previous hair transplants.

How Does Fue Hair Transplant Work?

The FUE hair transplant expert extracts hair follicles from the donor are on your head during the transplant. Usually, follicles are extracted from the back of the patient’s head with the help of a special 1mm diameter punch. These extracted follicles are safely transferred to the recipient area on the patient’s scalp so that they grow naturally. You can check here a video of FUE hair transplantation of a patient (Kyle Christie) done by Dr. Joy Kumari.

Fue Results

Dr. Joy Kumari has successfully done many hair transplant surgery in her career. She is a known personality in Liverpool UK for specially FUE Hair Transplant surgery. She handled many typical cases as well in her career. You can see here few results on which she has performed:

When you need this fue hair transplant?

You will need this FUE hair transplant when you experience hair thinning, receding hair or baldness. There may be many reasons behind these hair loss problems such as baldness caused by the appearance of the hormone DHT. A powerful male sex hormone, it causes both men and women to lose their hair due to the hair follicle’s sensitivity to DHT, which cuts off the blood supply to the follicle, resulting in their miniaturization, and consequent hair loss.

Balding in men commonly involves patchy hair loss classed as Alopecia Areata. The more severe class is alopecia totalis; the loss of all of the head’s hair. Furthermore, the most extreme form, which causes the loss of all hair from both the head and the body, known as and alopecia universalise.