More About BOTOX

  • In FUE, the patient’s non-bald areas are used as donor areas and the hair grafts are extracted from this area, one at a time. These extracted follicular unit grafts (hair groupings of 1, 2, 3 or 4 hairs, as they occur on the scalp) are harvested one by one using a small punch (usually ranging from 0.7 to 0.8 mm in size).
  • Before the follicular unit extraction from the donor area, the hair are trimmed off for better visibility as the direction and the angle at which the follicular unit is present under the skin are not visible to naked eye and can often differ from the direction in which the hair grows on the surface. A sharp punch is used below the surface of the skin that might transect the underlying follicular unit making it easy to extract.
  • Once the follicular unit is separated from its surrounding skin tissues it can be then extracted using the forceps by gripping the hair above the surface.
  • Each follicle unit that is being extracted is examined carefully using a stereoscopic microscope and the non-hair bearing skin attached to the follicle are trimmed off, if required.
  • The extracted follicular unit are either transferred to the recipient site as soon as it is extracted one by one or is kept in a holding solution that contains hair growth factors.
  • The small hole that is left behind in the donor region after the extraction of the follicular unit heals on its own in a few days.
  • Dr. Sahil, being best skin specialist in hisar, providing services of BOTOX.