An overview of FUT Hair Transplant in Toronto
Follicular unit extraction (FUE) involves the transfer of individual hair follicles. In contrast, follicular unit transplantation (FUT) involves medically cutting a piece of tissue from the head, either from the side or the back, and then extracting the follicles. Our board-certified surgeons, Dr. Philip Solomon and Dr. Mark Korman perform this procedure at their Hair transplant clinic in Toronto.
Dr. Philip Solomon and Dr. Mark Korman will indicate the desired hairline and where the tissue will be extracted during FUT. An anesthetic is administered, and the patient is usually conscious during the procedure. A piece of tissue containing the hair follicles to be transferred is medically harvested and extracted after trimming the area. The hair from this piece of tissue is then extracted and transferred to the location of the new hairline. At their Hair transplant clinic in Toronto, Dr. Philip Solomon and Dr. Mark Korman use stringent and advanced techniques to perform this surgery.
Who can benefit from a FUT hair transplant in Toronto?
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is a hair restoration procedure that involves relocating hair follicles. This type of hair transplant is an excellent option for men and women suffering from androgenic alopecia or pattern baldness.
At their Toronto hair transplant clinic, Drs. Philip Solomon and Mark Korman prioritize patient well-being through a comprehensive evaluation process. To be considered a good candidate for FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) hair transplantation, several factors are taken into account:
- Availability of a sufficient number of donor hairs.
- Stable, non-progressive hair loss.
- Realistic expectations regarding the outcome.
- A healthy scalp and good general health.
- Absence of medical problems that could impede healing.
- Willingness to scrupulously follow post-operative care instructions.