We have come a long way since FUE was considered as a risky proposition as a hair restoration procedure. Fortunately as more and more surgeons have started to perform FUE, the transection rates have gone down and the survival rates of grafts has increased exponentially.
Around five years ago surgeons who performed purely FUE procedures were frowned upon. Nowadays surgeons achieving consistently good results with FUE are lauded.
One cannot deny the fact that with more surgeons performing FUE, clients have access to a wider choice of surgeons, each with their individual strengths and weaknesses.
FUE has and will be a team effort. I have been fortunate enough to have assembled, and more importantly, to have retained a fantastic team of technicians.
Our roles in the team have constantly evolved and we have managed to keep the quality of our work consistently high and our product very desirable.
Early on in my evolution as a primarily FUE surgeon, I realised the importance of teamwork and having a great team of ethical people around you to achieve consistent outcomes.
To this effect, we have analysed each individual's aptitude and attitude.
"Thank you for all your help and expertise. I am back in Durban South Africa. I had a good flight with a few close calls with the elderly doing their best to displace my grafts with their hand luggage. Been resting at home today. Still continuing with the saline spray every 30 minutes. I’ve now completed the 5 days of antibiotics and medrone with no sign of any infection and no sign of swelling or bruising. I’ve washed the donor area today with baby shampoo and there was no pain. Tomorrow is dayNishen in UK
"I have just taken a poor photo of myself for you! Don't forget I only had 100 hairs on my head before you came along! It's not a great pic but it will give you an idea of how happy you have made me! "Neil B in UK