Hair transplant is emerging out as the best way to regain a head full of hair. With the passage of time, various developments are made in this field. The traditional FUT hair transplant method is replaced by FUE and Bio-stimulated FUE method.
Biostimulated FUE is one of the advanced techniques which help in making the scalp fuller. It is an effective procedure and has helped a large number of people to attain hairs on the bald scalp. The problems of hair thinning and hair fall also get abolished with Bio-stimulated FUE.
Procedure for Bio-stimulated FUE Hair Transplant
In the process of Bio-stimulated hair transplantation, the techniques of FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) are combined. Involving two different techniques- this procedure becomes complicated and thus requires expertise.
The whole procedure takes place in the following steps:
Doctors take the hair follicles from those parts of the scalp where they are in abundant. Mostly the posterior and back part of the scalp is used for taking the grafts.
The harvested grafts are then preserved in a specialized solution. This solution is made with the help of plasma extracted from the blood of the patient. It is called as Platelet Rich plasma and has a good amount of platelets which are the growth factors.
The preserved hairs follicles are then transplanted into the scalp one by one.
Later the solution is also injected into the scalp for enhancing the growth of hair follicles.
Due to the use of PRP, the hair follicles remain in their growth stage which is Anagen and start growing normally in the transplanted site.
What are the advantages of the Bio-FUE Technique?
When performed by the best FUE hair transplant surgeons, this technique promotes faster hair growth.
- It stimulates healing at both donor and recipient site.
- It enhances the overall density by improving the existing hair and strengthening them.
- It accelerates the stem cells of the implanted hair to attain the full coverage and control the hair fall.
With biostimulation, a good proportion of transplanted hairs remain in growth phase and directly start growing after transplantation.