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 Posted: Mon Sep 10th, 2018 01:35 pm
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We used 0.80 mm extraction punch and a random extraction pattern.The healing is lightning fast and virutally no signs of the extractions are visible just 20 days after his treatment.

For those unaware about FUE stand for follicle unit extrations. This kind of harvestiging protocol does not require the use of a standard scalpel, nor sutures. Tiny 'needle' like instruments are used to extract the grafts (hair follicles) from the skin.Due to secondary healing the extraction sites usually schrink to 50% of the original size about 24 hours later.

If performed well there are virutally no visible scars left to see, like in this example.


Before picture ---- Right after finishing the treatment   ----  after 20 days

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Looks good at 20 days. It's been a while since my FUE so have forgotten exactly (I know it was quick) but how long typically is it before the donor returns to a condition where you average Joe public wouldn't know surgery has been performed?



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Well, leaving out the fact that people will notice the short hair style we recommend 2-3 weeks for the wound healing to have advanced such that it is nearly impossible to notice under normal circumstances.



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Thanks....appreciate the answer ;)



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