Automated FUE or follicular unit extraction is the latest and greatest way to transplant hair follicles from the back of the scalp to the front and to other areas of baldness. Typically, a hair transplant is performed by removed a small segment of skin from the back of the scalp. Then, the hair follicles are divided up under a microscope into each individual follicular unit. The hair is then placed one by one by hand into the areas of hair loss. Now, the scar usually heals beautifully in the back of the scalp, but if you're planning on cutting your hair very, very short or even shaving your head at some point in the future, then automated FUE is the way to go. Yes, some hair has to be shaved in the back of the scalp in order to perform the surgery, but this hair grows back quickly and by 1-2 weeks it's hardly noticeable that anything has been done. So, if you're noticing hair loss and you'd like to do something about it, talk to your Maryland hair loss expert to see what options you have to restore your hair naturally. Women are also great candidates for hair transplants. Even though men usually come in for the procedure, many women are discovering that they, too, have a great option to treat female pattern hair loss.
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