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FUE Results

Detailed information on the stages of hair loss related to the FUE results of Hair Transplantation, Beard & Mustache Transplantation and Eyebrow Transplantation Operations is given below, and you can contact us for all your questions 24x7.

1st – 2nd Level Hair Loss

1st degree is a very vague form of hair loss. Not every young patient with 1st degree hair loss is a candidate for hair transplantation. Hair transplantation should only be done in carefully selected candidates. It is a very suitable form of hair loss for 2nd degree hair transplantation, because while the donor areas remain completely normal, it is very mild hair loss in the front parts.

The area exhibiting hair loss usually requires approximately 1500 – 3000+ grafts for grade 2, depending on the hairline design and the size of the transplant area. During the pre-operative consultation, we always design the hairline according to the patient’s wishes and our professional decisions before the operation. We routinely use the Sapphire tip FUE technique to open channels and achieve a denser graft implantation, possibly 60-70 FUs per cm2 of recipient area. Also, we implant only one hair fusion above the first 1-2 rows of the hairline to provide a natural and soft hairline.

Caution: low risk of hairline in younger patients:

A progressive hair loss on the upper part of the head, including the vertex region, can be expected in 50% of the patients who underwent hair transplantation at a younger age for 2-3rd degree hair loss. Correct positioning of the hairline on the frontal plane is of great importance. Overly aggressive low positioning to achieve a youthful hairline risks exceeding the amount of available donor hair required for another hair transplant, which progressive hair loss will later require. The normal recession of the hairline with aging and the expected future NW pattern should be considered when designing the new hairline.

2nd – 3rd – 4th Level Hair Loss

Grade 3, Grade 3 vertex, Grade 4 hair loss

Grade 3, Grade 3 vertex and Grade 4 are suitable forms of hair loss for hair transplantation, because there is mild to moderate hair loss affecting the front part (and/or the vertex) while the donor areas remain normal.

Hair loss areas usually require around 3000 – 4000+ grafts for Grade 3 and Grade 3 vertex; and approximately 3500 – 4500+ grafts for Grade 4 depending on the hairline design and the size of the transplant area. During the pre-operative consultation, we design the pre-operative hairline according to the patient’s wishes and our professional decisions. We routinely use the Sapphire tip FUE technique for the corner curl to open the channels for the front hairline and ensure natural ones and a more dense implantation. Also, we only implant a single hair fusion above the first 1-2 rows of the hairline to ensure a smooth hairline.

An important note about a hair transplant on the vertex area:

The upper crown area is a very special area for hair transplant operations. The skin in this area is thin, receives less blood flow, and there is the fact that the area is open to constant pressures and traumas. There is a swirl pattern there and therefore the bristles go in different directions. We imitate this model to achieve natural growth directions and a natural result. Transplanted hair growth is slow. Accordingly, a certain skin show is natural and common; but a great improvement is always possible to cover up the baldness on this particular area.

5th – 6th Level Hair Loss

5th and 6th grades are advanced forms of hair loss. In any case, these are still suitable forms of hair loss for hair transplantation. Great improvement in the appearance of baldness with good density from the front-corner area to the middle part and partial cover is usually possible with a hair transplant; however, a second hair transplant session covering the corner area is usually sufficient to increase and/or increase hair density in general. The second session is optional and can be held any time after the first anniversary of the first operation.

The hair loss area usually requires around 4500 – 6000+ grafts depending on the hairline design and the size of the transplant area. During the pre-operative consultation, we design the pre-operative hairline according to the patient’s wishes and our professional decisions. By default, we always transplant a maximum and unlimited number of grafts to achieve the best possible coverage and density. The maximum number of grafts depends entirely on the safe graft capacity of the donor area and is determined by the size of the donor area and the hair density.

As a result, performing fue transplantation on 2-3 result days is not considered as 2 or 3 FUE sessions. This is a FUE session that is done in 2-3 days and obtains the same number of grafts as per day. The maximum and unlimited number of grafts is only related to the safe graft capacity of your donor area; It is not about the time of surgery or the money you pay.

7th – 8th Level Hair Loss

Grade 7 and Grade 8 (grade 8: advanced age thin or atrophic donors or donors giving less than 4000 grafts in the first session) are forms of severe hair loss.

Improvement in the appearance of baldness with moderate or good intensity over the anterior-middle areas and partial or good coverage over the corner area is usually possible with one or two hair transplant operations. The second FUE is optional and can be done any time 10 months after the first FUE. Sometimes a third FUE is recommended; if donors are still available for the finishing touch – down to some specific areas; that is, to reduce the hairline, to cover the very back part of the bald area or to increase the overall hair density.

A hair-filled head may or may not be possible in the end; In any case, a great improvement is always possible to cover your baldness and improve your facial appearance. FUE transplantation 7-8. We recommend it to class hair loss patients with realistic expectations. The only exceptions are patients with very limited or almost no donors. 7-8. Degree of hair loss area usually requires approximately 6000 – 7000+ grafts depending on the hairline design and the size of the transplant area. In any case, a total of 4000-5000 grafts may be sufficient to cover the front, middle and crown with a reasonable hair density.

During the pre-operative consultation, we design the pre-operative hairline according to the patient’s wishes and our professional decisions. We always transplant a maximum and unlimited number of grafts to achieve the best possible coverage and density. The maximum number of grafts depends entirely on the safe graft capacity of the donor area; and is determined by the size of the donor area and hair density.

In addition, we use beard grafts on selected patients if the beard is strong and thick and of course the patient agrees to it. Other body hair is thin, does not grow like scalp hair, and has very fast physiological turnover rates; therefore, they are mostly useless.

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