Hair Transplant FUE/FUT in Connecticut

Hair Transplant FUE/FUT

Hair Transplant FUE/FUT, expertly performed by Dr. Rae Lynne Kinler, MD, offers a cutting-edge solution for those struggling with hair loss. FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) are advanced hair restoration techniques that involve transplanting hair follicles from a donor area to an area of the scalp that is balding or thinned. These procedures are ideal for treating male and female pattern baldness, receding hairlines, and thinning crowns. FUE/FUT is particularly suited for individuals seeking a permanent solution to hair loss. The results of this treatment typically become visible within three to six months, with the full impact apparent after a year. The transplanted hair grows naturally and can last a lifetime, seamlessly blending with the existing hair.

For those considering hair restoration in Connecticut, Dr. Kinler at Dolce Vida Medical Spa provides exceptional care and expertise in Hair Transplant FUE/FUT. To explore how this treatment can rejuvenate your appearance and confidence, book an appointment with Dr. Kinler today.

Benefits of Hair Transplant FUE/FUT

Before And After


Individuals with stable hair loss, good donor hair density, and realistic expectations are ideal candidates.
Initial results are typically visible within three to six months, with full results apparent after about a year.
The results are permanent, with transplanted hair growing naturally for a lifetime.
Minimal downtime is required. Side effects, if any, are usually minor and may include temporary swelling or discomfort.
Before a Hair Transplant FUE/FUT treatment, avoid blood thinners, alcohol, and certain supplements. Post-treatment, follow your doctor’s care instructions, which usually include gentle hair washing, avoiding strenuous activities, and protecting the scalp from sunlight for optimal healing and results.
The procedure involves extracting and transplanting hair follicles under local anesthesia. It is minimally invasive, with most patients experiencing little to no discomfort.


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