Senior Member Rugger Posted July 27, 2004 Senior Member Share Posted July 27, 2004 It may be just an observation, but I have noticed that when comparing growth of transplanted hairs from FUE vs. strip, it is quite obvious, at least in people who will share their progress in photos, that FUE transplants seem to take much longer to "sprout". Theoretically, if FUE is merely a "different extraction method", and that once extracted, the hair should grow as normally as hair extracted from strip, shouldn't we see the same relative results?....or, is there a feeling that perhaps FUE extraction is actually damaging the hair unknowingly, and as a result, "faulty grafts" are being transplanted??... just curious as to what you physicians and patients think..this doesn't seem to be just an observation of one or two patients, but it seems to be the general rule.... ------------------------------ 4600 grafts/ 12/10/2003/ Dr. Jerry Wong Aren't you glad you know me, and have such easy access to my dementia??? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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