FUE Hair Transplant in Maryland: How the Procedure Works?
Maryland is one of the most active areas for this innovative procedure, which is often described as surgical hair restoration. FUE stands for “Follicular Unit Extraction,” which refers to the technique of hair removal from the donor site and preparation for the transplant.
In the past, the only way to remove hair from the donor site was through a process called “stripping,” in which entire strips of skin are taken from the donor site. This leaves a large linear scar in the donor area. With the Neograft FUE procedure, individual hair follicles are taken from the donor site and transplanted. This means that the procedure is nearly scarless.