FUE Hair Transplants

Removing Donor Tissue

See Comparison Chart Below

FUE Explained In 60 Sec

Pre Op

Post Op

Day 30

Advantages of FUE
  • Scarring: The tiny circular marks where the donor hairs have been extracted are usually undetectable. This may be an important consideration for men who wear their hair very short, maybe a #1 guard or zero.
  • Faster Recovery: Because FUE is less invasive and there are no sutures, recovery is quicker than the strip method.
Considerations of FUE
  • More Expensive: Because removing one hair at a time from the donor area is more time consuming and labor-intensive, this procedure is a more expensive alternative than FUG.
  • Short Hair Requirement: Cutting your hair short or shaving the back of your head is needed to extract Natural Follicular Units from your donor area.
Compare For Yourself The Difference Between FUE + FUG/FUT
Compare Surgery FUE Extraction FUT Strip Method
Surgery Invasiveness Minimally Invasive Moderately Invasive
Donor Harvesting Extracted one by one Extracted from strip
Donor Scarring Tiny circular scars Long fine linear scar
Donor Healing Time 5 to 7 days 14 to 30 days
Donor Size Requirement 50 – 70 sq cm area 1 sq cm wide
Donor Closure type None required Sutures
Pain Discomfort None to Minimum Minimum to moderate
Return To Work Next day 2 days
Exercise or Activities Start Next 5 to 7 days None for 14 to 30 days
Haircut Length Shave donor area Any length
Graft Harvest Limits 3000 max per session 5000 max per session
Procedure Time 4 – 12 hours 4 – 7 hours
Cost Per Graft Range $4 to $8 $3 to $5