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Follicular unit transplantation: dissecting and planting techniques.

FUT was designed to move hair from the donor area to the recipient area in such a way as to duplicate naturally occurring hair and to minimize trauma to the follicles in the process. With the exception of a few factors such as the "vellus blush" of the frontal hairline or the anterior temples, FUT can accomplish these goals. This article has outlined the basic requirements for the dissection and implantation of follicular unit grafts and provided evidence provided by research data, where it exists, to support the contentions and requirements of FUT. With adherence to defined standards, surgeons can accomplish certain aesthetic goals with this technique on a consistent basis.

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