Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) – Also known as strip method hair transplant, it is the oldest of all hair transplant techniques which involves removing a strip of skin from the donor area with hair follicles. This strip is then dissected to separate grafts for transplantation.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) – A relatively advanced donor hair extraction technique in which the follicles are taken out from the root one by one and collected in an artificial environment where they could survive even outside the body.
Stem Cell FUE or Direct Automated FUE – It is latest hair transplant technique in which hair follicles as extracted one by one using a punching machine. The follicle extraction procedure is similar to the FUE hair transplant, but this is done at a faster speed and with more accuracy.
ACell/PRP Therapy for Hair Loss – This is a non-surgical hair restoration technique in which a mixture of ACell (growth factors) and PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma, taken from the patient’s own blood) is injected into the scalp to stimulate hair regrowth.