4103 FUT

1 Hair 691            691
2 Hair 2108       4216
3 Hair 1025       3075
4 Hair 279          1116
Total: 4103       9098

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5063 FUT

5063 FUT

1 Hair 397 397
2 Hair 2329 4658
3 Hair 1654 4962
4 Hair 683 2732




3799 FUT

Hair Transplant Hair Restoration by Hattingen Hair using the FUT Technique

FU’s            Hairs

1     943             943

2    1978          3956

3    704            2112

4.   174             696

Total:  3799    7707   Avg: 2,02

4281 FUT

This patient is close to a full NW5 hair loss candidate, with the goal to give coverage from hair line to crown with a full natural looking density over as much of the area as possible. This was achieved in one procedure with 4281 grafts by FUT.

He was helped with a good hair to Fu ratio of over 2.5

FU´s       Hairs

1     321          321

2   1775         3550

3    1605        4815

4.   575          2300

5     9             54

Total:  4281    11040   Avg: 2,57


Hair Transplant Result. 3730 FUT

Female Hair Loss Sufferer, caused by Lichen Planopilaris

Grafts                Hairs
1     358                  358
2    1929                3858
3    1144                3432
4      299                1196
—————              ————
Total 3730              8844              Rate=2,37

Before and Grown Out Hair Line, 3730 Grafts With Follicular Unit Transplant. Hattingen Hair, Switzerland Before and Grown Out, 3730 FUT. Hattingen Hair transplantation, Switzerland 1 Before and Grown Out, 3730 FUT. Hattingen Hair transplantation, Switzerland 2 Before and Grown Out, 3730 FUT. Hattingen Hair transplantation, Switzerland 3 Before Hair Transplant (Hair Loss Caused By Lichen Planopilaris) 1 Before Hair Transplant (Hair Loss Caused By Lichen Planopilaris) Grown Out Hair Transplant Result, 3730 FUT. Hattingen Hair transplantation, Switzerland

Hair Transplant Result. 6472 FUT

NW5 hair loss, coarse hair, restoration from hair line to crown, with a slightly lower hair density placed over the crown

Grafts              Hairs
1      827              827
2     2882           5764
3     2158           6474
4       605           2420
—————         ————–
Total 6472         15485          Rate=2,39

before and after side before and graft placement before and result before any ht donor healing

back face and top face sides 2 sides

An Educated Donor Protocol

Although today many have a preferred technique in mind it is always important to access the individuals’ goals against what is technically possible to achieve from each technique

The donor hair is finite and can only reduce after each procedure so the technique used is not by design but necessity to sustain hair restoration over time

FUE though requires a wide surface to harvest from, in lower hair loss patterns the donor area safe zone can be hard to determine therefore a conservative approach should be taken as to how high in the donor the grafts are removed

FUT can harvest from a relatively small area, the hair rich occipital area of the donor, FUT leaves a fine strip scar that hair regrows through to help camouflage further and allows for short haircuts just long enough to cover the line

With FUE as long as an educated pattern of extraction is made, spreading the extraction points around the donor very little change can be seen and very little density lost to the overall surface area of the donor

As the density of hair reduces after every procedure with FUE the higher the numbers required start to become harder to realise without leaving obvious areas of thinned out hair density or potentially more obvious scarring

With good hair and skin characteristics, reaching 5-7000 grafts with FUT in one procedure is becoming more common in a single operation

This is achievable with FUE under the right circumstances but normally slowly, requiring multiple procedures with ideally a twelve month gap between each operation

Repair patients can have multiple priorities to address and the donor area is almost always impaired with multiple scarring from previous procedures; removing a strip can englobe much of the old scarring and leave a single linear scar and FUE harvest in untouched virgin areas to further increase the graft count

This can make a huge difference to a repair patient, graft numbers are paramount and often depleted and in short supply so to be able to maximise the numbers in a single procedure can make the difference between a successful repair and not

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