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FUE hair transplant

Hair micrografting (FUE) is the only technique that can provide a natural, permanent solution to the problem of baldness in both men and women.

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What is a hair transplant?

  • FUE hair transplantHair transplantation is a non-invasive medical solution to hair loss. It consists in moving hair follicles from an area where hair is abundant to an area where it is sparse or absent. This procedure is commonly used to treat baldness, but it can also restore eyelashes, eyebrows, beard, and fill in scars.
  • Among the various hair transplant methods, FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is the most popular. This involves removing individual hair follicles, thus avoiding a linear incision and leaving fewer scars. FUE offers natural results, requires less recovery time and has fewer post-operative complications than traditional methods. This is why it has become the method of choice for many surgeons and patients alike.

Why choose hair transplantation?

Hair transplantation is an effective cosmetic medicine solution for hair loss offering significant benefits:

  • Self-confidence: hair transplantation can restore self-confidence by providing a denser, more natural head of hair, alleviating the embarrassment associated with baldness or thinning hair.
  • Long-lasting results: hair transplants offer permanent results. Transplanted hair will continue to grow for the rest of your life.
  • Solution for severe hair loss: hair transplantation is an excellent solution for those with severe hair loss, as it can fill in thinning areas naturally with your own hair.
  • Natural results: modern hair transplant techniques, such as FUE, offer our patients results that look natural and are undetectable.
  • Low maintenance: transplanted hair requires little maintenance after the recovery period and can be treated like your natural hair.

FUE transplant

Preparing for hair transplant

Preliminary consultation: Before hair transplantation, a preliminary consultation with a hair transplant specialist is essential. At this consultation, you’ll discuss your expectations, goals, medical history and any concerns you may have. The specialist will also assess the quality of your donor area and determine whether you are a suitable candidate for FUE hair transplantation.

Scalp preparation: before the procedure, it’s important to prepare your scalp to optimize the results of the graft. For example, you may be asked not to use hair products or colorants in the days leading up to the transplant. Our team will be happy to advise you.

Planning the recipient area: the hair transplant specialist will carefully examine the recipient area where the hair will be implanted. They will determine the hairline design and graft distribution based on your aesthetic goals and the natural characteristics of your hair.

Hair transplant procedure

  • Local anaesthesia: before starting the procedure, a local anaesthetic is administered to ensure maximum patient comfort during the hair transplant. This means that you will be awake, but the area to be treated will be numb.
  • Hair follicle extraction: the doctor begins by removing the follicular units (FEU) from the donor area using a medical punch. These units are then checked for quality and stored in a special liquid bath enriched with your Platelet Rich Plasma. The small incisions on the donor areas will become completely invisible after a few days.
  • Implantation of hair follicles: hair follicles are then implanted into the balding area using injection pens. The doctor marks the areas to be treated, which will serve as reference points throughout the procedure.
  • Post-transplant: after the hair transplant, our patients are offered a session of LED phototherapy to maximize results. A session of PRP injections will also be scheduled in the following weeks.

Post-procedure recovery and care

  • FUE hair transplantImmediately after the procedure: after the procedure, you will receive detailed instructions on post-operative care, which may include pain management medication.
  • Follow-up: you will have follow-up appointments with your doctor to check that your hair is growing properly. A PRP treatment will also be planned.
  • Hair regrowth: newly implanted hair will begin to fall out after one to two months. However, they will grow back in the classic way from the fourth month onwards, and the result will begin to be visible from the 6th month, becoming permanent after about a year.

Risks and side effects

General risks: as with any aesthetic medical procedure, hair transplantation entails risks such as infection and reactions to anesthesia. However, these risks are generally low. At Claris Clinic, we have modern facilities and comply with the strictest safety and hygiene standards.

Specific side effects: some patients may experience side effects specific to hair transplantation, such as pain or itching at the transplant site, swelling of the scalp or face, or temporary loss of new hair.

Your doctor will give you specific instructions on how to manage these side effects and take care of your scalp after the operation to minimize risks.

Cost of hair transplant

The cost of a hair transplant can vary depending on several factors, such as the amount of hair to be transplanted and the technique used. During your initial consultation, your doctor will draw up a precise estimate of the cost of the procedure. Follow-up consultations are included in the price of the transplant.

Hair transplant results

  • Realistic expectations : it’s important to understand that hair transplant results vary from person to person depending on a variety of factors, including hair density and texture, hair and scalp color, and the extent of hair loss.
  • Growth period: after the procedure, transplanted hair will go through a period of shedding and then growth. The first signs of growth may be visible after three to four months, but final results may take up to a year or more to appear.
  • Long-term results: transplanted hair is generally permanent and will continue to grow for the rest of the patient’s life. However, it is important to note that hair transplantation does not prevent future hair loss in other areas of the scalp.

If you would like to find out more about whether FUE hair transplantation is an option for you, please feel free to meet with our aesthetic medicine specialists during a consultation.

Before / After

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I am 32 years old and I received an FUE transplant of about 4,500 hairs. I was very impressed by the facilities, as well as by the professional attitude and knowledge of the whole team.
My intervention started at 7:45 am and ended at around 2:45 pm. There were two doctors and two assistants. The whole thing takes a while and you have to stay calm, but the transplant went as well as I could have hoped. The staff were very friendly, the equipment was perfect and the surgery itself was relatively painless.
Initial results take about 3 months, and it takes 6 to 12 months to see full effects. Overall, for anyone wishing to combat hair loss, I warmly recommend Docteur Moradi’s team.
J.G. – Esneux

I’ve just had my transplant with Doctor Moradi. Excellent experience from start to finish, the team gives you a warm professional welcome and I really recommend it.
G.B. – Braives

Best thing I have ever done, from the first moment I went for my consultation with Dr Moradi to when I had my transplant and the aftercare. The staff has been amazing and always make you feel at ease. The results are fantastic. I would say to anyone worried about hair loss to go to Dr Moradi for a consultation.
J.B. – Birmingham, UK

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Is it painful?

FUE hair transplantation is performed under local anesthetic, which means you should feel no pain during the procedure. After the operation, you may experience some discomfort in the treated areas, but this should diminish over time. Pain medication may be prescribed to manage any postoperative discomfort.

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What results can we expect?

FUE hair transplant results can vary depending on several factors, including the quality of your donor hair and the surface area of the area to be treated. In general, you can expect to see significant hair growth in the treated areas over the 6 to 12 months following the procedure.

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Is the FUE hair transplant permanent?

Yes, FUE hair transplantation is considered a permanent solution to hair loss. Transplanted hair follicles are genetically resistant to baldness, so the hair that grows from them should be permanent.

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Can hair transplants be performed on areas other than the skull?

Yes, hair transplants can be performed on other areas, such as the beard or eyebrows. Ask our specialists for advice.

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