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FUT hair transplant in Dubai
Dr Martain Loonen Hair Transplant and Aesthetic is the best FUT hair transplant in Dubai. We are committed to using cutting-edge technology to cure by using the FUT hair transplant. We are one of the leading institutes in the country that provides a wide range of aesthetic services all under one roof. The Hair Transplant and Aesthetic Center of Dr Martain Loonen was founded by Dr Martain Loonen, a renowned hair restoration surgeon and pioneer, serving everyone with the help of a qualified team.
Why do you need a FUT hair transplant?
You must have enough hair on your head to serve as a graft in both FUT and FUE transplants.
The greatest candidates for FUT are men with androgenic alopecia (also known as male pattern baldness). The Norwood pattern or an M-shaped hairline with hair loss at the temples are frequent in men with this disorder. The Ludwig pattern, which causes hair loss along the hair part or thinning the head part, is common in women with this condition.
FUT surgery is unlikely to be an option if your hair loss is caused by a medical issue such as a thyroid problem or alopecia areata. You may also be a suitable candidate for FUT surgery if you have the following conditions:
- Age: People above the age of 25 are usually candidates for FUT. In younger people, hair loss patterns are less predictable.
- FUT Hair transplantation is the best option for men who have the Norwood pattern of hair loss.
- Hair thickness: The thickness of the hair People with a high density of hair follicles usually have a higher coverage.
- Balding area: There is baldness in this area. Hair loss in the front of the head is best treated by FUT.
Hair colour: The colour of your hair People with hair that matches their skin tone are better candidates because there is less colour difference.
In an area where hair was nonexistent or thin, the patient was able to achieve dense, natural-looking hair. When he notices a short hairline on his hair loss-affected scalp, he will undoubtedly be overjoyed. Many people are astounded to observe how the hairs grow organically for the rest of their lives in just 8-10 months after surgery. The best part is that hair growth after a FUT hair transplant is permanent. Any hair condition will not influence the freshly transplanted hair of the patient. He requires a combination surgery that includes hair transplantation and scar correction.
Advantages of having FUT hair transplant
Time to Recover is Controllable
A FUT operation has a relatively short recovery time, usually between 10 and 12 days. Because of the risk for swelling where the scalp strip was removed, some patients have reported more difficulty with FUT than with other procedures. Pain medication is usually provided in these situations.
Follicle Survival Rates Are Higher
Hair is taken from the mid-donor zone, where the majority of the hair is permanent, in FUT. As a result, FUT is frequently indicated for individuals with low hair supply in the donor location. Follicles are meticulously extracted with FUT, leaving the protective tissue intact, resulting in more robust and higher-quality grafts.
You’ll have a very thin, linear scar that’s no more than 1mm in diameter or smaller after the treatment. This allows it to blend in with the surrounding hair and be nearly unnoticeable. A FUT hair transplant involves transplanting a patient’s hair in small, naturally occurring groupings of 1–4 hairs. This helps you to have fuller, more natural-looking hair without disclosing the fact that you had a hair transplant.
There is just one scar, regardless of how many surgeries are performed on a patient. The FUE process, on the other hand, creates a little, circular scar with each follicular unit removed
Our successful FUT hair transplant
The success rate of our procedure, including FUT, is determined by our physician’s experience. FUT hair transplants with success rates of 95-98% can be performed by our skilled medical personnel. It’s typical for transplanted follicles to fall out before regrowing permanent follicles; this is a natural part of your hair’s lifecycle and transplant process.