is fue by hand better than fue by machine?

rippedgenius

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is there a difference between using the machine to take each follicle out or doing by hand with disposable tool (cant remember what it was called)?

i believe the hand technique takes more time but can be more precise? anyone heard of this or is this just marketing?
 

GabrielArc

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I don't think either one is better, but "rush" hair transplant (when they transplant 4-5000 grafts/day) can be potentially dangerous for sure. It is more important to talk with the doctor and being convinced of the professionality of the doctor and the team.
 
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rippedgenius

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I don't think either one is better, but "rush" hair transplant (when they transplant 4-5000 grafts/day) can be potentially dangerous for sure. It is more important to talk with the doctor and being convinced of the professionality of the doctor and the team.
As with anything you probably get what you pay for

sorry didnt see this earlier
 

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JaneyElizabeth

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Welcome RG. It would be nice to have another genius on here to help around the margins. Now "ripped" means either drunk or muscled in a chiseled sort of way so which one are you?, asks Janey.
 
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