Boston Hair Transplant Specialist – Which Procedure Is Right For You?

Boston Hair transplant FUE vs FUT (strip excision)

Undergoing Boston hair transplant surgery is a challenging decision to take. In the history of hair transplant surgeries, many procedures developed, and many failed. Today, most patients have the option between Follicular unit excision also known as follicular unit extraction (FUE) and Follicular unit transplantation (FUT), also known as strip excision. These are the two most common techniques for hair transplantation, each with specific benefits and shortcomings. Both of these methods have a similar hair implantation (placing) process, but the way of extraction differentiates the two. However, FUE transplantation has become more popular.


Follicular Unit Excision:

FUE is a surgical process which removes an individual hair from the back of the head one by one through minimum punch tools such as motorized FUE machines.  The harvested follicular units are then re-implanted in the bald areas of the scalp. This treatment has proved to yield fruitful results with better hair density, natural looking hairline, and a quick healing process. However, it is a critical procedure which requires high skills of the surgeon to ensure successful results. Therefore, it is important to choose a professional and experienced surgeon if you are opting for FUE.







Follicular Unit Transplantation:

FUT is a process in which surgeons remove a strip of tissue from the donor area of the scalp. After dividing it into smaller groups of hair follicular units (usually 1-4 hair follicles in size) the surgeon implants it into the bald areas of the head. As compared to FUE, you do have a strip scar in the back of the head but usually, it’s narrow and not very visible.







Which one should you choose?

Your Boston hair transplant surgeon can help you decide better between FUE and FUT. It also depends on the amount of hair loss, the size of the donor region and the thinning area. If you are confused between FUE and FUT, you should consult your hair transplant surgeon to help you suggest the best option.  



Business Energy Flow


For Businesses premises, architects and interior designers enhance both, the comfort and aesthetics of the working environments. By incorporating the Feng Shui principles in the layout of any business space, we create a stress-free, harmonious and supportive atmosphere making positive influence on staff morale, creativity and team spirit.

The areas that can also be improved relate to productivity, efficiency, innovative new ideas and increased level of motivation. When we pay attention to how and where people sit, the colours, materials and natural light in the space, it will have a significant bearing on the future of that business, potentially making a greater contribution to the realisation of corporate goals than any marketing strategy or operational plan.

Transforming the home with feng shui



The fluctuating energy forces around you affect our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. The balance between your inner and outer energy forces determines your level of happiness. Your home is a link in this process, as it is an extension of you-a third layer after your skin and clothing. Our understanding of this has created a body of knowledge called ‘interior design’, which creates a home that is pleasing, comfortable and practical. However, weaving the principles of Feng Shui into your interior design takes you a step further by creating a home that is serene, supportive and harmonious.

Transforming public places

Feng Shui is the art of channeling the CHI (cosmic energy force) in such a way that it can help you create environments for public places where people feel comfortable, supported and safe. We live in a vibrational world, so how a place feels will deeply affect people’s responses at both conscious and subconscious levels. Bringing feng shui elements into the internal and external design of public buildings can have a noticeable positive impact on the way people react and relate to the space.

Whether they are Schools; Hospitals; Care Homes; Exhibition Halls; Conference Centers; Shopping Complexes, Sports Stadiums, Libraries or Railway Stations, Feng Shui inputs in terms of appropriate flooring, roofing, colours, fabrics, lighting, artworks and healthy plants have proven to lift the energy of the spaces for making people feel happier, calmer and more enthusiastic.