Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)

FUT involves extracting a donor strip from a donor zone using a scalpel. The donor zone is usually an area on the sides and back of the scalp. Once the donor strip is taken, it is split into individual grafts that are often smaller than follicular units. After this, surgeons transplant individual or small groups of follicles to recipient areas similar to FUE.

The site of the donor strip is closed using small stitches that are removed around10-14 days. The strip site heals to form a linear scar that can be concealed with longer hair styles.

Hair Transplant of Princeton provides a state-of-the-art hair restoration treatments utilizing the latest technological advances for patients.

If you have concerns about your hair loss, it is always best to be examined by a board certified hair loss specialist.

You can set up an in-person physician consultation. If you cannot visit one of our New Jersey locations for an in-person consult, you may submit an online consultation.