How To Get Multiple Follicular Unit Hair Transplant?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have multiple follicular unit hair transplant surgeries? It’s not as impossible as you might think. In fact, many people have found success in getting multiple FUHTs. In this blog post, we will discuss the process of getting multiple FUHTs and provide tips on how to make the process as smooth as possible. We will also discuss potential risks and complications that may occur during the surgery, so that you can make an informed decision on whether or not this is the right decision for you.
What is a Multiple Follicular Unit Hair Transplant?
A Multiple Follicular Unit Hair Transplant is a surgical procedure used to replace individual hair follicles in the area of the head where hair loss occurs. The surgery is typically done in combination with other treatments such as Rogaine or minoxidil, and can result in thicker, fuller hair.
Multiple Follicular Unit Hair Transplant surgery is a minimally invasive surgery that uses local anesthesia and a small incision. During the surgery, the surgeon removes tiny sections of scalp skin that have been treated with medications to promote hair growth. The surgeon then places these sections onto individual donor sites on the patient’s head where they will stimulate new hair growth.
The success of a Multiple Follicular Unit Hair Transplant depends on many factors including the quality of donor tissue, recipient site preparation, post-operative care and medication regimen. For most patients, results are likely to be noticeable within six months of surgery.
How many MPUHs are needed for a hair transplant?
Hair transplant specialists typically recommend between six and eight MPUHs for hair restoration. However, the number of MPUs used will vary depending on a patient’s individual surgical requirements and natural hair density.
How is a multiple follicular unit hair transplant done?
First, the doctor will determine the area that needs hair restoration. Then, they will create a map of the patient’s scalp using a computer program. The map will show where all the existing hair is and where there are areas that need Hair transplantation.
Next, the doctor will identify all of the healthy donor hairs from an individual who does not have any grey hair. They will then cut these hairs into small pieces and place them onto the patient’s scalp where they need to be. Once this is done, the doctor will start to grow new hairs on top of these donated strands. This process can take up to twelve weeks and requires regular visits to the doctor for check-ups.
After the surgery: Post-operative instructions
After the surgery, you will need to take antibiotics as prescribed by your surgeon. If you have any other concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to ask your surgeon or our team. Generally speaking, most people recover quickly after a hair transplant and experience no major side effects. However, if you experience any unusual symptoms (such as discharge from the donor area, fever, hacking cough, shortness of breath), stop taking your medications and call your doctor immediately.
Recovery after a multiple follicular unit hair transplant
Hair loss is a common problem that affects many people. It can be caused by various factors, including age, genetics, and hair loss treatment options. One popular hair restoration treatment option is multiple follicular unit hair transplantation (MFUHT). This procedure involves deriving multiple new hair growth units from individual scalp follicles.
There are several factors that can influence the success of a MUHT procedure. The physician who performs the surgery must carefully select the correct number of follicles for transplantation. Additionally, the recipient site must be healthy and free of other medical conditions that could affect hair growth. Finally, the patient must commit to following the post-operative care instructions carefully in order to maximize their chance for successful hair regrowth.
Despite these challenges, MUHT remains one of the most effective ways to restore lost hair volume and improve overall beard appearance. Patients who are considering this treatment should speak with a qualified physician to learn more about its benefits and potential risks.