Bosley FUE Video Plus Time-Lapse Hair Transplant Results

June 21, 2012
Bosley FUE Video Plus Time-Lapse Hair Transplant Results


For more than 35 years Bosley has contributed to many of the technological advancements in permanent hair restoration.  One of the most recent advancements in hair transplantation is the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure.

Bosley physicians use the FUE technique to  extract individual follicular units of 1-3 hairs (sometimes 4) from the donor area and transplant them to areas that are thinning or bald (temples and crown of the head for men).  In men, the donor area is on the sides and back of the head where the hair and follicles are resistant to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT).  DHT  is the primary cause of male-pattern hair loss, which is illustrated by the Norwood Scale and includes Classes 2-7.

The FUT procedure differs from the FUE in that a complete strip is taken from the donor area. The follicular units are then dissected from the donor strip and transplanted to areas of thinning or baldness. The FUT procedure typically results in a thin, fine scar that is easily concealed by the remaining hair.

Following is a video of the new FUE procedure as it is performed:

Results of Bosley hair transplantation and the new FUE procedure can be seen in these galleries:

Or by watching the following time-lapse video:


Learn more about the new Bosley FUE procedure and other approved hair loss treatments by scheduling a free, private consultation with a Bosley Senior Counselor.