FUE is a hair transplant procedure where your surgeon will take healthy hair follicles from the donor area and transplant them to the bald area to cover the baldness. Usually, there is little to no pain during an FUE hair transplant.
What to Expect?
You should be prepared for minor pain that might not cause any significant discomfort. Since FUE is a hair transplant surgery, pain is inevitable. But local anesthesia helps bear the pain during and post-surgery.
You can expect minor pain and discomfort during an FUE hair transplant
The surgeon will extract hair follicles from the donor area and graft them into the recipient area. Hence, you can expect very tiny, non-visible scars on the head that won't even be visible to naked eyes once your hairs are grown completely.
Painless Fue Hair Transplant Surgery
FUE hair transplant surgery is a newer and more advanced hair restoration procedure that uses follicular unit extraction (FUE). FUE is a technique that removes individual hair follicles from the scalp with a specialized tool called a punch. This minimizes the pain and discomfort associated with traditional hair transplant surgery.
How to Recover After Surgery
After surgery, you may feel some pain and discomfort. However, with the help of your surgeon and the medications they may give you, you should be able to recover quickly. Make sure to follow their instructions carefully and take the prescribed medicines as prescribed. You may also want to ask your surgeon if there is anything you can do to help reduce the amount of pain you experience.
How quickly you recover after the surgery depends on how well you follow the tips and instructions given by the surgeon and his team.