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Neograft automated FUE (Hair Transplant)

posted by readyfreddy, 23.08.2009, 21:54

You know if you really want low transection rate, strip is the way go
go.
FUE means every single follicular unit will be vulnerable to
transection.
There is no such problem with strip because the knife only runs through
the
perimeter of the skin that is being taken out.

And you are brainwashed , stupid or a shill for some corporation

or maybe you believe it in all honesty

we will never know. Because you are an anonymous nobody .

but you all know where i stand. And I disagree

What you said is a bloody lie.

Feel free to argue the issue

Dr Woods

Dr Woods, two questions for you,

1) The only way to max out the # of grafts for a patient is to do strip followed by fue, true or false?

2) You can't deny this because you openly admitted that FUE is blind harvesting. Since the doctor can't see how each follicle is aligned with one another underneath the skin, every donor follicle will be vulnerable to transection. There is no such problem with strip because transection only happens along the perimeter of the donor area. Once the donor strip is taken out, the follicles can be dissected using microscope with "direct vision". This is a fact.




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