Robotic Hair Transplant Procedure Part 2a: Manual Recipient Site CreationApril 1st, 2014
Manual Recipient Site Creation
In Part 2 of our video series on Robotic FUE hair transplantation, Dr. Bernstein describes the manual recipient site creation process in detail. He explains why, in FUE procedures, recipient sites are created before the follicular unit grafts are extracted from the donor area. “Pre-making” recipient sites is a key improvement to the FUE procedure that Dr. Bernstein was the first to describe in medical literature. It is beneficial in several ways, the most important of which include reducing the overall time grafts are out of the body and creating a “fertile bed” for the follicular unit grafts. Both of these processes contribute to increased graft survival.
Continue viewing video of this FUE hair transplant by watching Part 3: Robotic Harvesting.
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Topic: Robotic FUE
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