The Strip Harvesting method is the more traditional technique of hair transplant. The new and most advanced method is referred to as Follicular Unit of Extraction (FUE). The Strip harvesting method involves the cutting of a strip of skin with the hair grafts still intact. Hair is usually obtained from the back of the head. The hair grafts are then dissected under an ultra fine microscope into each individual follicular units of hair. The dissected follicular units are then transplanted to the area where they are needed.
There are advantages and disadvantages to using the strip harvesting method as oppose to the FUE procedure.
On the other hand, FUE hair transplant involves the extraction of one hair graft at a time from the donor site. This method requires the use of a special tool. FUE method also has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Although there won’t be any visible linear scar from the FUE procedure, there may be tiny circular incisions from the use of biopsy punch. Dr. Diep invented his own biopsy punch. The size of the biopsy punch is 0.8 to 1.0 millimeter in diameter. Thus, the incision is so tiny that it may not be seen with the naked eye. Dr. Diep is very popular in FUE hair restoration. He has performed many hair transplants using both the FUE and the strip methods. Click on this link to view one of Dr. Diep’s FUE surgeries. Medical Hair Transplant Before and After Videos
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