Follicular Unit Grafting (FUG) Miami

Dr. Anthony Bared, M.D., F.A.C.S. - Facial Plastic Surgeon MiamiAs a hair restoration specialist, Dr. Bared is able to offer patients a variety of options for their procedure. Many patients seek Dr. Bared as their hair restoration surgeon because of his specialty background as a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Dr. Bared and his fully dedicated team of hair technicians are able to offer patients the option of both the FUE and the FUG or the “strip technique.” Follicular unit grafting (FUG or FUT) technique is also more commonly known as the “strip” technique. In the “strip” technique, the donor hair is removed through an incision in the back of the scalp. As a facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Bared has the expertise in using trichophytic closure technique to minimize the appearance of a scar.


 
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Who is a Candidate for the FUG/ “strip” Technique?

Primarily patients who are candidates for the FUG technique want to maximize the amount of grafts for a procedure while not desiring to buzz their hair. Typically these are patients who wear a longer hair style (greater than 1” to 1 ½”) and do not want to buzz their hair for the procedure. The most common patients who have an FUG procedure are men in their 50’s or older who do not want to or plan to buzz their hair. Also, women having a hair transplant who do not want to buzz their hair. Patients having smaller procedures (for instance eyebrow restoration) often elect to have the FUG procedure as well. Dr. Bared’s utilization of the trichophytic closure technique allows for the hair follicles to grow through the incision, minimizing scar appearance.

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