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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MICRO-FUE AND MANUAL-FUE?

 WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MICRO-FUE AND MANUAL-FUE?

Hair transplantation treatment done manually, and hair transplantation treatment done by a
micromotor have the same logic as a basis. However, the faster completion of the treatment,
and the faster and smoother cuttings around the hair follicles are among the main
advantages of the Micro-Fue Motor. Moreover, the Micro Fue method enables the realization
of the hair transplantation treatment easily, without bringing damage to the follicles. Micro
Fue motor’s other advantage is that the necessity to inspect at every turn, and adjust over
again disappears, and that the tissue depth could be standardized. There won’t be any
swelling or scar on the cut area in hair transplantation treatments done by a micromotor. In
hair transplantation treatments done by a micromotor, needles that fit to the hair follicle are
used. By means of an air motor, they penetrate the scalp by rotating very fast. This method
is generally preferred when there are no hair follicles in the scalp, whereby it becomes
necessary to collect hair from different areas of the body.
Although today, the Micro Fue method is more preferred than the Manual Fue method, some
patients prefer that the hair transplantation treatment is done manually. However, the
Manual Fue method could take more time compared to the Micro Fue method. The Manual
Fue method is realized gropely. As for the Micro Fue method, the punch spikes rotate by
means of an air motor. The Manual Fue method is generally preferred when sensitive areas
like the neck and face are used as donor area, and on sensitive areas where graft
collection will be lower.
The Manual Fue and Micro Fue methods do the same work as basis. The thickness,
sharpness and input depth of the spikes, are the same in both methods. While the
Manual Fue treatment is done gropely, in the Micro Fue method there’s an in-out
movement of 3000-3500 revolutions, by means of an air motor. There is no difference
between the Micro Fue and Manual Fue method regarding grafting. There is also no
difference between both methods regarding damaging the grafts. Bringing damage to
the graft roots, depends on the experience of the hair transplantation specialist who
applies the methods. It’s not about the used machine or tool or method.