Hans Wiemann’s Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is an outpatient procedure in which donor hairs are removed from a strip of tissue and transplanted into thinning areas. It is one of two hair transplant procedures used by our physicians to ensure a natural and consistent solution to hair loss.
The FUT procedure involves the physician numbing the scalp and removing a strip of tissue, which contains multiple follicular units. The traditional strip method uses donor areas from the back and/or side of the scalp. Next, the strip of tissue is dissected into individual units of 1-4 hairs for transplantation to thinning areas. Once inserted, the transplanted hairs do not need suturing, heal quickly, and soon become undetectable once the new hair begins to grow. This is done by our specially trained nurses, under the supervision of the physician.
Our team of specialists can help you restore your fine or thinning hair by providing treatments that target your specific scalp conditions and damaged hair. Fields marked with an * are required.