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Is fue hair transplant successful?

Of course, FUE hair transplant is successful. There are many people who are the proof. See but the success rate depends on many factors like

  • Surgeon Experience
  • Quality of donor follicle
  • Aftercare hair transplant
  • patience

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From scientific point of view the bundles of hair that are removed from head and harvested on the recipient or bald area are first observed under digital microscope before being transplanted. Our hair usually grows in bundles of 1’s, 2’s, 3’s 4’s. These bundles are known as follicular units or hair grafts.For success of hair transplant it is important that hair should be transplanted in proper angle and are placed in the scalp, exactly the way they first grew on our head at birth. The success of FUE hair transplant also depends on the angle and direction of the naturally growing hair. These are important facts that patients need to understand, before going in for a hair transplant.The hairs present in the hairline grow at a very acute angle of 15-20 degrees to the skin of the head.

I think it is reliable, depends on the doctor though. i did my FUE here https://www.megahairtrans.com/sac-ekimi
its turkish so you might need to translate it to english.

To the readers out there.

Grab some frontal hairline hair.

Now tug on it gently. Tug,up, tug down, and feel the skin traction.

You will find the point at which there is no angular skin traction…only the gentle tug on the skin.

That is the natural emergent angle of the hair. You can also check out anyone who has a crew or buzz cut.

You will find that in the frontal hairline, the hair angle is between 45 to 60 degrees, although there is always a slight variation from person to person.
As you go left or right toward the side burns and temporal points the angle gets very flat, almost sitting just off the skin,

As you go back toward the crown, the angle gets flatter ,smaller, , or more acute, closer to 15 degrees. If not the hair will stick up like an indian feather. And this looks terrible, unless you are auditioning for dennis the menace .

Dr Ray Woods

Dear Wes,
After fee change almost 99% of patients prefer FUSE/fue.
It was the high cost that led many to go for strip.
Now that fue is available at USD 1.5/- per graft instead of $ 4/- , no one wants scar, pain and all problems associated with the method.

Regards,
Dr. A’s Clinic

Problems associated with the method ?

FUE will not give that big wide horrible smiley scar

But in the hands of exploited, poor and subjugated third world techs, making a few bucks a day, FUE will ,in a matter of a few hours create GLOBAL DONOR DESTRUCTION

And jamming precious fragile follicles into production line pre punched holes is the other side of this disaster.

Every day I get photos of the results of these " get it fast and cheap" jobs…many I cannot help…they have been wiped out with little to show for it.

I was very vocal since the early 1990s …then a few years ago I gave up…I cant fight this tsunami of destruction and BS photos anymore, and this expanding gravy train of horror which replaced the scalpel

But after what I have seen and tried to repair over the last 30 years and the frustration of patients being intimidated into silence…Is indeed despairing

But now its getting worse . .If you look through the archives you will see that I predicted this several years ago

I dont blame the poor stepped on techs…I blame their greedy masters who control everything,
including the propaganda and BS photos on forums etc

Never ever trust a before and after photo.

Because there have been two inventions.

The first is a " comb " …the second is a smart phone with good macro video

Put them together

Dr Ray Woods

@Dr_Woods good to see Dr. Woods post again, I thought you had long retired :slight_smile:

he could have, had he played his cards right and patented his FUE/BHT invention, then charged a royalty $$$$ on every procedure performed.

Yes, it is depending on where you go. There is tons of places out there that do a good job. FUE: No bleeding, no scaring and no pain that’s why people prefer fue. Now if you are planning on having a hair transplant. I’d recommend somewhere like Megahair trans. Thats where i did mine

There is bleeding because there is cutting of tissue and some pain.

From the very beginning, I new there had to be a better way.
In the 1980s I saw the most horrific HT results.
I was well aware that doctors used small punches to experiment on and examine hair follicles since the early 1900s
Nothing new about that

The challenge was NOT to remove a few follicles for an experiment
The challenge was to remove individual follicuar units to create a new and less invasive natural hair transplant with minimal trauma and transcection…a transect means follicle destruction…and revolutionise the industry by eventually doing large numbers, preserving the donor …

So I started in 89 91 92 93 and realised …this aint easy… the transection rate is massive,

So, I kept the sessions small…if I got around the follicles I made 40 …max

If a another patient came in, and the transections were one after the other… I stopped…charged nothing …but did no harm

Word got around …I intended to prove this…follicle by follicle…year after year

The Strip Boys were scarred…I was about to disclose , reveal and end their bloody gravy train

In 1995 I went public in an National advertisment…I called it " top up " and follicular single unit exraction …

Yep’…it was a lttle punch… but its not the size …its how you use it…guys, we all heard that one before

In 1996 it was aired on national tv, and then again in 1999.
The first bht was 1998…extensively documented. It takes years, but in 2003 BHT was published in THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF PLASTIC SURGERY
It was on Ripleys Beleive it or not in 2003
The first beard hair was 2000 on timetested
And please go through the archives… when it came to bht, I repeated, iterated and reiterated…WHAT YOU SEE IS WHAT YOU GET…it is true that body hair can increase in length on the scalp. but it is proportional from where it came from and not predicable
Now. there are good well meaning soles ares trying to rewrite history but please go through the archives and research

The next doctor in the world to try FUE was Dr Jones, Canada, late 2002. Then came Dr Cole in 2003, And Avind in 2004
I never wanted to patent FUE or BHT…I made it perfectly clear that this is bloody hard, but in the right hands …the best

And to that idiot who said FUE has no scars or bleeding…what a stupid shill comment

There are small white dots, and there is some bleeding…if there isnt…I suggest you call an ambulance and check your disclaimer and insurance policy, because you are working on a corps

Dr Ray Woods

Yes, FUE Hair Transplant have maximum rate of sucessful result. It is good technique for hair transplant. If you are planing for hair transplant, FUE is best technique for hair transplant.

Of course, FUE hair transplant is successful. The success rate depends on many factors like
Surgeon Experience
After care hair transplant
patience

Of course, FUE hair transplant is successful. All you have to take care that hair transplant surgeon you are visiting is experienced & he chooses appropriate hair loss treatment for you.

@asghairtransplant16 is it true that you stole Dr. A’s patient photos?

We hoped to give them time to remove pictures but it seems they haven’t been removed still.
We suspect that pictures of other reputed clinics also feature on their gallery.

In1988 I was inundated by these HT clinics

By sheer luck…I met the guy behind the scam

Primitive photoshop

But they got away with it

The scam works till this day

but much more sophisticated

My best wishes
Dr Woods

yes best method and has high sucess ratio.

@asghairtransplant16
I see that you are still shamelessly posting here when you have been exposed for stealing photos from another clinic. Bravo