• 11-01-2016 01:03 PM
    Fantastic FUT Strip Scar after 2700 Grafts.
    Patients currently have a choice between either FUT or FUE for their hair transplant surgery. Both are excellent techniques and at SMG we currently do about Ĺ FUE and Ĺ FUT.

    By far, main reason most patient chose FUE is their fear of the linear scar associated with FUT.

    While it is true that there is a risk of a linear scar that could be clinically significant….. most of the time the scar is very difficult to find at hair lengths greater than 1 cm. It is important for patients to have a true perspective or the relative risks of both procedures with respect to donor scarring, recipient growth, etc.….in order to make informed decisions.

    Below is an example of a FUT strip scar that healed very well, making it hard to find. At Shapiro Medical the majority of our donor closures heal similar to this result.

  • 11-16-2017 05:04 PM
    Awesome scar Janna. Having lived with bad scarring for many years before i found SMG i personally can't emphasize just how important it is to go to someone who is great with donor closures like SMG are.

    Superb work as always SMG!
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