Having an unsuccessful FUE hair transplant can be very disappointing, embarrassing and traumatising since the transplanted hair is permanent, so if you are preparing to have an FUE surgery, you may be wondering how successful the results may be. At our Clinic we have a 98% success rate with our FUE hair transplant surgeries and this is more successful than over-the-counter hair restoration products.
Some factors below should be considered for successful hair transplantation.
The donor area is the back side and side parts of the hair. If your donor area is containing thicker grafts it will give superior results.
What’s Your Expectations from surgery?
We always advise our patients to have more realistic expectations. Unrealistic expectations from the surgery are often the reason for anxiety and disappointment after the surgery.
It is very important to know who will do your surgery and what kind of experience they have in this field.
Experience of the surgeon:
Dr. Civas, has over 20 years of experience in the field of hair transplant, since 1999 through his dedication and commitment in this field he has accomplished over 4000 successful FUE and FUT hair transplant surgeries.
Qualification of the surgeon:
The hair surgeon must have credentials worthy to carry out a surgery like this.
Time duration of surgery:
An ideal hair transplant surgery at our clinic comprising of 3000- 3500 grafts implantation should take approximately 6–8 hours. Any time taken beyond this compromises the results.
Over extraction of grafts with FUE causing visible scars:
You should avoid too much extraction should be avoided as it causes scars to the donor area.
We offer our patient a free online consultation where we provide detailed information of graft estimates provided directly by the surgeon after examining patients’ photos.
Hair transplant team is not a one man army. It is usually done by a group of assistants helping the main hair transplant surgeon.
Dr. Civas will perform the procedure with the help of two leading hair transplant specialists and they are (university graduate trained nurses), and a medical assistant.