In the Follicular unit extraction method first a small, circular incision is made
the skin, so as to separate the surrounding tissue. Then the follicular hair pulled
with the help of an instrument leaving a small open hole in the skin.
The follicular units are then stored for a while before they are transplanted within
the bald areas of the patient's scalp.
Before the grafts are transplanted, tiny holes are created within the bald areas of
the scalp using a fine pointed needle. The hair follicular units are then
into the bald areas of the patient where they are bound to grow into healthy
hairproducing follicles. This process takes 3-5 hours since follicular units are
individually one by one. Sometimes one session may not be sufficient to achieve
the required transplantation for hair growth and may stretch over a period of two
The tiny wounds which are approximately 0.75-mm in size don’t take much time
to heal. They fully heal over a time period of seven to ten days, without any