What are the advantages of FUE hair transplant over hair plugs?
The major disadvantage of hair plugs is that they look very unnatural as the plugs are big and round, and they leave gaps between the transplanted hairlines. Therefore, the FUE method is the best option for perfect natural results. The transplanted hair cannot be distinguished from the natural hair and this produces successful results.
An FUE hair transplant also has very little downtime compare to the plug method and patients can walk straight out of the clinic when the operation is over. Finally, hair plugs require excessive care and attention and they have a high risk of scars or bleeding compared to the FUE where risks and care are minimal.
Which one should I choose?
Hair plugs is an antiquated method that is rarely used if not at all nowadays. The FUE hair transplant is the usual recommended technique to follow according to doctors and clinicians who use advanced and superior technology.
Although FUE hair treatment is becoming more and more common, it is fair to say that it is still looked at as quite a niche surgery. As a result of this, prospective patients and those considering a hair transplant may well have a lot of questions about whether they will be suited to the treatment, and what exactly the procedure entails. In this article, we will be guiding you through exactly what it is you should be asking your hair transplant surgeon, in order to feel confident about your own FUE hair treatment.
How does the process work?
On our blog, we have all the information you need to know about the process you will undertake at the Harley Street Hair Clinic, but if you have any doubts about anything you should always ask your consultant who will be more than happy to answer any queries you may have. Getting FUE hair treatment is a big decision, and you should feel confident about every step.