Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) in Augusta, GA
Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery, led by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Troy Austin, provides state-of-the-art follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair restoration treatments for our patients in Augusta, North Augusta, Evans, Columbia County, and neighboring areas in Georgia and South Carolina.
What is an FUE Hair Transplant?
The FUE or follicular unit hair transplant is currently the most innovative procedure available to restore hair loss. This procedure replaces lost hair by transplanting tiny grafts of skin containing individual hair follicles from areas of plentiful hair growth on the head to balding areas. The FUE hair transplant procedure produces natural-looking results that simulate you hair’s natural growth pattern.
How does the FUE Hair Transplant work?
Dr. Austin skillfully performs NeoGraft™ follicular unit extraction (FUE), the most advanced procedure for hair transplant available today. Typically, the procedure is performed by removing a strip of hair-bearing skin from a discreet area of the scalp that can easily be camouflaged. The strip is then split into hundreds of smaller grafts of “follicular units.” Some of these tiny grafts may contain up to four or five hairs, but most contain only one or two hairs. These individual, minute, follicular units are then inserted into tiny incisions in the target areas where hair growth has ceased. This precise and laborious technique allows Dr. Austin to precisely craft each individual hair transplant procedure, reproducing natural hair growth patterns in each patient.
How many FUE hair restoration treatments will I need?
While every treatment is considered permanent in the treated area, hair loss may continue throughout life, and you may require follow-up treatments in other areas in the future.
If you’re ready to eliminate bald spots with a permanent FUE hair transplant procedure, contact Dr. Troy Austin at Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery, who provides advanced FUE hair restoration treatments for residents of Evans, Augusta, and North Augusta as well as Columbia County, and neighboring communities in Georgia and South Carolina.