Shaveless FUE:

Get Back to Work and Play Quickly After Your Hair Transplant
Since you won’t have to shave your head, one will know but you. Welcome to the Shaveless FUE specialists.
Advantages of Shaveless FEU Transplants:
•‘FUE’ (Follicular Unit Extraction) transplants don’t depend on the surgical removal of a strip of scalp, but traditionally require shaving all or part of the head.
•But not anymore: on a case by case basis, Dr. Tawfik will steer you to your best choice depending on your budget, time and expectation

•Although DR. CASABLANCA ‘s Hair Restoration also offers traditional FUE transplants, most men and women here choose the Shaveless FUE, because shaving their head simply isn’t an option. However on a case by case basis the feasibility will be discussed

•After the procedure, your existing hair will cover the transplanted follicles. In a couple of days, any tell-tale signs will be gone, and friends and co-workers won’t notice you’ve had hair restoration.

FUE- Follicular Unit Extraction

Less Impactful Than Traditional Hair Transplants
Learn about the advantages of the ‘FUE’ transplant method, compared to the ‘FUT’ method.
Advantages of FUE Transplants:
•With the ‘FUE’ (Follicular Unit Extraction) technique, small groups of hair follicles are carefully extracted from the back and side of the head for transplanting up top.
•Many prefer this over the original ‘FUT’ (Follicular Unit Transplant) method, which requires surgically removing a strip of scalp from the back or side of the head to ‘harvest’ hair follicles.
•FUE results in an easier, quicker recovery, because there’s less surgery to recover from. FUE also avoids the permanent scar from the removed strip of scalp.
•In Our Practice we use the most-cutting-edge Technology of FUE in the world market today: it’s Called SMARTGRAFT*.
•The Generation before SMARTGRAFT* is called NEOGRAFT*, and here are the difference between the two Technologies-
•Just for your information that even NEOGRAFT* does not exist in Morocco.
•Most Hair Restoration centers in Morocco use a manual FUE or some motorized systems to harvest the transplants with the disadvantages of leaving the harvested transplants to dry out until they die, and the time to do the surgeries is very long. The prognosis of the FUE using these equipment is poor.

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