Contraindication of an FUE hair transplant

FUE hair transplantation is an innovative technique that allows grafts to be taken one by one from one of the donor areas. Developments in medicine have made hair transplants more precise, more discreet, and offer more natural results.

Unlike an FUT or strip hair transplant which leaves a visible linear scar, an FUE hair transplant has the main advantage of leaving no stigma. Patients who have used the FUE technique can therefore decide for a short haircut.

But be careful, hair transplantation is not a definitive answer to all hair loss problems. Indeed, it may not be recommended if the hair donor area is insufficient or if the alopecia is much too diffuse, etc.

Note that the only contraindication to an FUE hair transplant is deep inflammation of the scalp related to an infection or disease of the scalp.

In the event of pregnancy, breastfeeding, allergies, coagulation disorders, and respiratory failure you will also not be able to plan this medical intervention which is carried out under local anesthesia.

It is also important to emphasize that a hair transplant (FUE or FUT) is an extremely technical procedure that must be carried out by an experienced practitioner. A meticulous diagnosis must also be carried out before treatment, in order to precisely analyze your hair situation in the donor area and the recipient area.

A few months after a hair restoration procedure, a check-up must also be carried out by the medical team. It is for this reason that it is completely unadvisable to plan a hair transplant in an establishment that offers post-operative follow-up through simple email exchanges (which can be observed in certain cosmetic surgery clinics). which are established abroad).

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