Question: I’m very interested in having an FUE hair transplant but I’m starting to get confused with all of the different FUE techniques being offered. Do I have a Neograft FUE  (which is extremely expensive), CIT or SAFE?  I also read something about FUE2 . Your website seems to be more straight forward then others and it seems that most FUE is very similar from what I am reading from your organization. I’d like to feel comfortable with my decision to move forward, but this is a big step for me and I keep reading conflicting information on other websites. Can you tell me the best FUE techniques and do you recommend FUE over FUT? Thank you for your time and I look forward to any answer that you can provide. ~Ross
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Answer: There are no comprehensive studies yet on any of the technologies that you mentioned, the NeoGraft, FUE2, and the SAFE Scribe System. All of these different technologies have their advantages and disadvantages. For instance, the Neograft uses suction to help the doctor get the graft out of the head. The SAFE Scribe has a dull tip instead of a sharp tip, and really no one really knows what the best way is to help a doctor take those individual follicular units out of your donor area out of the back of your head.

There are a couple things about FUE in general that you should know. View Dr. Wasserbauer’s Full Video Response below:

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  1. In general, what technique(s) would you recommend for people with the following hair conditions: (1) Have fine or “wiry” hair. (2) Bald in the crown and receding in the front. (3) Thinning on top. (4) Low donor area.

    Have any of the recent innovations helped people who have low donor area?

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