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TDF (Two-Day FUE) Hair Transplant

What Are The Benefits of TDF Hair Restoration?

Hair loss is a common process which can stem from many factors. These factors include advancing age, tension, genetic predisposal and stress. A TDF (Two-Day FUE) hair transplant is a two-session transplant method that experts can perform on patients with large bald areas.

It used to be necessary to allow at least six to eight months to pass between the two procedures. However, a unique technique means that it is now possible to complete the two-session process in just two days. Find out more about the benefits of this procedure, as performed in top hair restoration clinics such as SHIFT Hair Transplant.

Quick Transplantation

The process is relatively rapid. The first day involves dividing the donor area into left and right halves. In the right half, follicles are harvested and then transplanted to the initial half of the bald section. In the other half, surgeons open canals where the transfer of hair follicles will take place. This will complete the first half of the process.

The following day involves harvesting follicles from the second half or the left area. The FUE technique helps to cover all of the gaps in two sessions taking place across two days. This means that patients using the TDF transplant will not have to wait six months for a following session.

Optimal Hair Follicle Transfer

The transfer of as many hair follicles as possible ensures satisfaction with the area of coverage. The process enables the transfer of 5,000-7,000 hair follicles, which means the transfer of 15,000 to 21,000 hair strands in total.  This makes it possible to transfer an optimal number of grafts and place them into their new area. In top clinics like SHIFT Hair Transplant, highly skilled specialists are able to ensure optimal hair follicle transfer. 

No Pain

TDF (Two-Day FUE) Hair Transplant in Turkey is not a painful procedure. In fact, it is a highly sophisticated hair transplant technique. TDF involves extracting follicles from the rear part of the head, known as the donor area, using an instrument known as a micro motor. Canals are then opened up in the balding areas and then finally the follicles are inserted into place.

With the conventional FUE method, patients with a larger bald area will require one to two sessions within a six-month period to cover the entire area. However, if the patient’s donor area is strong enough then a TDF hair transplant can be possible. This would help to cover the entire bald area. It is nevertheless important to remember that the strength of the patient’s donor area will dictate his or her suitability for a TDF (Two-Day FUE) hair transplant in Turkey.