There are two main types of hair transplant: Follicular Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Transplantation (FUT). The main difference between FUE and FUT lies in the way the hair follicles are harvested. With FUE, the hair follicles are taken one by one, leaving few scars and the recovery time is faster, while in the case of FUT, a strip is taken from the back of the patient’s head. This procedure is less expensive and faster, but the healing and healing time is longer.
Another option that is popular among men who prefer shaved hairstyles is Advanced Trico Pigmentation (ATP), which uses a special long-lasting ink (lasts up to 7 years) to tattoo the scalp, offering the illusion of a beard…
What are the costs of hair transplantation?
The costs of a hair transplant depend on the type of surgery and the number of hair follicles you need. Of all the options, ATP is the least expensive (between € 1000 and € 3300), followed by the FUT (between € 5000 and € 8500) and the FUE (between € 5000 and € 12000).
If you decide to opt for the services of a hair transplant clinic abroad (eg Budapest, Hungary), you can save between 40 and 60% on the hair transplant.
Do I have to leave work after the operation?