Follicular Unit Extraction Method (FUE)

Follicular Unit Extraction Method (FUE Method) is a minimally invasive hair transplantation technique that involves extracting hair grafts (hair follicles) using the point method without linear incisions and rhaphes.

The application of this method is recommended at the stages of baldness from II to VI degrees according to Norwood.  FUE hair transplantation is also used for post-traumatic and post-burn cicatrixes, for the restoration of eyebrows and eyelashes, and for lack of hair growth in the beard and mustache area.

Benefits of Follicular Unit ExtractionMethod

The HairMed treatment and transplantation center gives preference to the seamless method of hair transplantation, as the main positive aspects of the procedure are the absence of discissions and rhaphes.

This procedure requires a transplant surgeon and his team jewelry accuracy and respect for the received grafts.


  • there is no linear scar in the nape;
  • a minimum of discomfort in the period after the operation;
  • short rehabilitation period, in comparison with other methods;
  • with a limited number of grafts in a donor place, it is possible to use other zones (beard, chest, back, etc.).

Before Hair Transplant Procedure at HairMed

Before the procedure, an interview with the patient is mandatory.  We discuss the future design of hair growth, determine the number of grafts needed to achieve an aesthetically acceptable result.

Choose a donor zone (this may be the nape, beard, and/or body).  With a scarce donor supply, the FUE method allows you to get additional grafts from the body (from the chest, legs, shoulders, back, beard, etc.).

Processes of procedure

For hair transplantation, local anesthesia is applied. The transplant surgeon and his assistants prepare the donor zone.

In the area of ​​the donor zone using the point method (punch method), we remove hair grafts when the surgeon selects each graft individually with a special apparatus.  We implant the obtained grafts into the baldness zone, due to which it does not leave linear scars (cicatrixes).

After a hair transplant with the FUE method, little cicatrixes in the form of small red markings remain on the nape, they heal and become invisible over time.

After the hair transplant procedure

After the procedure, you receive a set consisting of detailed recommendations on how to behave within 14 days after the procedure, as well as everything necessary for care.

You can also read the recommendations on our website.

After 8-10 months, the transplanted hair will finally gain strength, grow in length and become thicker. 

 You will notice a larger volume, which will be proportional to the width of the hair shaft and the length of the hair.  

You can easily control the length of the hair, the more voluminous the hair will look, the more voluminous the hairdress will look.  If you like the volume and length, then you can comb your hair back, which will additionally visually increase the total amount of hair.  Within a month after the transplant, you can use any modern hair care and strengthening products of your choice.

How to prepare for a hair transplant?

The main thing in preparation for this procedure – is a consultation with an experienced transplantologist.

In the Hair Transplantation and Treatment Center “HairMed” consults and performs operations the founder of the center, a trichologist-transplantologist with more than 12 years of experience, Ph.D. Baranov Ivan Viktorovich.

After consultation you will receive a step-by-step plan and a clearly predicted result.

The cost of the hair transplant procedure includes:

  • Medical support in the clinic;
  • Plasma therapy procedure;
  • Nutrition (we will learn about your preferences before the procedure);
  • Set for care after the procedure.

All consultations are by appointment. Leave a request through the form below or request a call back so that the administrator of our center can contact you and schedule a visit at a convenient time.

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Follicular Unit Extraction Method (FUE)