If you want the natural hair growth and certainty that comes with surgical hair restoration, Follicular Unit Extraction might be a wonderful solution for you. At the Hair Transplant & Restoration Center, FUE begins with a definitive diagnosis of your hair loss cause. If you’re a good candidate for FUE, you’ll work directly with Dr. Gray to design your results, address your underlying hair loss issue, and carry out a personalized treatment plan created just for you.
Follicular Unit Extraction procedures to resolve women’s hair loss
FUE stands for Follicular Unit Extraction, and it describes the most common surgical procedure performed at HT&RC. In this type of hair transplant, individual hair grafts are removed from parts of the scalp unaffected by hair loss. By removing the grafts one by one, Dr. Gray minimizes scarring and recovery time. Each graft is carefully implanted in a tiny incision in a placement where it will flow perfectly naturally with the rest of your hair. The result of the FUE transplant is to restore fullness and volume to your own naturally growing hair. Since the transplanted follicles are resistant to the hormones that cause women’s hair loss, they’ll continue to grow without being affected by the progression of thinning.
A unique FUE surgeon
As an anesthesiologist with 30 years of surgical experience, Dr. Gray is uniquely qualified to perform the FUE procedure. Your comfort is his first priority, and you can count on him to go beyond what’s expected to prevent pain and achieve the results you want. In addition to being a skilled surgeon, he is also an artist who can design and create a perfectly natural new hairline after hair loss. Best of all, Dr. Gray uses Platelet-Rich Plasma and ACell at no extra cost to improve the results of every FUE procedure at the Hair Transplant & Restoration Center.
If you’re ready to explore surgical hair restoration options, give us a call and discuss your hair loss with Dr. Gray. He will help you pinpoint what’s causing your hair loss and find a proven solution to stop or resolve it.