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F.U.E. Technique on Scars in Clínicas CETA

One of the advantages of the F.U.E. technique, is that it gives us the possibility to use it to conceal scars previously produced by: STRIP technique, burns, accidents or injuries.

There are patients who present even several scars derived from previous STRIP surgery. In Clínicas CETA, we have improved the Technique to make this type of scars practically invisibles.

F.U.E. Technique to correct previous transplants in Clínicas CETA

In addition to using the F.U.E Technique to hide scars on occipital area of previous transplants, we can also redesign the front line increasing the density of previously trasplanted areas which might have an ugly outcome. Many patients are dissatisfied by poor results on previous hair restoration surgeries as it is the case of the patients who have underwent a punch technique (Doll hair). Using the F.U.E. Technique, we can hide in a meaningful way its results at the front line.

The evolution of hair surgery has gone through different Techniques that might have been good at that time in which they were made and for the instruments the professionals had, but who have become outdated now for not being entirely natural. Techniques such as punch, the micro and mini-graft, are currently obsolete techniques. Many of the people who underwent such techniques come to us with the idea of improving, or hiding the problem.

F.U.E. Technique with body hair in Clínicas CETA

Body hair transplant (BHT) consists on extracting follicular units from areas of the body other than the scalp to improve density when the patient has a low density at the donor area.

Chest hair can be used for this purpose, pubis, back or leg hair are the most frequently used, as well as beard. It has been also documented that although the body hair would typically only grow up to 4 cm, when transplanted to the scalp it could grow up to 15 cm.

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