FUT Strip vs ARTAS FUE
Hair transplants improve with evolving technology, and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is today’s most advanced option for reversing hair loss. FUT (the ‘strip’ technique) is also incredibly popular. How are these performed?
Both follicular unit extraction (FUE) and follicular unit transplantation (FUT) transfer hairs from the ‘permanent zone’ at the back of the head to bald spots.
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Traditional follicular unit transplantation (FUT) is a surgical hair transplant procedure. It involves taking a strip of hair from the back of the head in a surgical procedure, before stitching it shut. FUT leaves a linear scar, so it is not recommended for short hairstyles. Ask for more information on choosing a hairstyle after your treatment.
An FUE hair transplant procedure takes individual hairs from the back of the head.
At JUVIDA, we offer the unique robotic FUE procedure using the ARTAS robot. ARTAS uses precision imaging and algorithms to extract each individual hair intact. This ensures each extracted follicle has the maximum survival rate and leads to a successful hair transplant.
At JUVIDA, we take your satisfaction seriously. We will work hard to ensure you understand each treatment at every step. Our team is committed to only the best levels of service.
Eliminating Human Error
With manual FUE and FUT, hairs can be cut through during removal, even with experienced doctors. This wastes follicle units.
ARTAS hair transplant procedures reduce this risk of wasted follicles, by dissecting hair from the skin at the correct angle and depth.
During your FREE obligation-free consultation, we will discuss the hair loss treatment best-suited to your specific needs – call us now to arrange your visit!