FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is the most advanced hair transplant technique to treat baldness and alopecia in both men and women.
The Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is a minimally invasive hair transplantation technique in which follicular unit grafts (hair follicles) are individually removed from the patient’s donor area and then individually transplanted to the recipient (thinning) area.
Male pattern baldness is the most common cause of hair loss in men, accounting for more than 95% of hair loss cases. Male pattern baldness is a type of androgenic alopecia that causes hair follicles to shrink gradually due to genetic and hormonal factors.
There can be many reasons to have a hair transplant from low abundance of hair down to cover a scar, not to mention the pathologies related to female baldness.
There are believed to be approximately 30 conditions that cause hair loss in women, and many can be resolved with proper treatment. Women experiencing hair loss should consult with their physician to determine the cause of their hair loss and eliminate any serious medical conditions before evaluating hair loss treatments
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We perform hair transplantation in areas like beard, sideburns , mustache and eyebrows in CapMed . To perform this procedure theres the need of a good analysis of the patient: what is the original form of the treatment area? How they are spread? What the patient wants? …