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Guidance for mastectomy and breast reconstruction
Breast cancer is a widely speculated term in the world wherein about 75,000 to 100,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in the United Kingdom alone.
• FUT Hair Transplantation
• FUE Hair Transplantation
FUT and FUE are two different as well as successful hair loss treatments. These methods restore hair loss in such a manner, that no trace of the surgery can be seen. Through increasingly smaller grafts, a huge density of hair can be restored. There are some technical differences between the two hair transplantation processes. The main dissimilarity in between the two is how the follicle units are extracted.
• FUT (Follicular unit transplantation):
• FUE (Follicular unit extraction): FUE is even a more advanced technique and is widely practiced nowadays. In case of FUE, individual follicular units are extracted directly from the scalp. 1-4 hair “follicular units” in their natural groupings are chosen for that.
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The patients undergoing hair transplantation are often disappointed by the fact that the transplanted hairs fall. Often the original hairs also fall. The patients should be aware that it is just a temporary hair loss that happens within 2-6 weeks of surgery. Whereas the transplanted hairs fall, the follicles remain inside giving birth to new hair and the patient will gradually get a thick hair cover on his or her head within 6 months of the surgery.
FUE has attained popularity over FUT for many reasons. Patients who are extremely scar prone should never go for a FUT treatment. Besides, younger ones with minor surgeries are likely to undergo FUE treatment. FUE treatment is also done in case of transplanting body hair and reconstructive hair surgery.
However, the hair density expected to be achieved can be obtained by both the techniques. Thus, the process of surgery hardly has any impact on the end results. For more details contact at contact at Harley Body Clinic (http://www.harleybodyclinic.co.uk/