Follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant is taking hair follicles individually out of your skin and implanting them elsewhere. FUE has become more popular than the old FUT technique because it’s less likely to lead to a “hair plug” look, where sections of skin or hair don’t match the surrounding areas. The best candidate for a FUE hair transplant is someone with thinning hair or balding who still has enough hair nearby to use for a transplant.
Direct hair implantation (DHI) is a modification of the FUE technique created by the company DHI Global Medical Group. In FUE, a surgeon manually cuts channels in your scalp before implanting hair follicles. a specialized pen-shaped tool can do both at the same time. People with androgenic alopecia, which is the most common type of hair loss, make the best candidates for hair implantations.
A very large amout of grafts are removed.
It’s used the most when large bald spot are present.