What to expect from procedure
When consulting with Dr. Mark Bishara, he will explain what will be done through out the procedure and give you and idea on what to expect after your first Robotic Fue. In some cases, it can take more than one procedure to achieve your goal.
Day of the procedure
On the day of your procedure here at the Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa we recommend for you to be well rested. Your Robotic Fue procedure will start early in the morning and take anywhere from 5 to 8 hours. Make Sure to wear comfortable lose fitting clothes.
During the procedure
During your Robotic Fue procedure expect to be sitting in the same position for a couple of hours. The Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa staff will do everything to make sure you are comfortable. Dr. Mark Bishara will have his staff shave your head completely or partially shaving only the donor area. Local anesthetic will be used to numb the areas being worked on. The robotic part of the procedure will then begin, a tensioner will be placed on the donor area to help with the direction and depth of the hair. The robot will start capturing images of the patient’s donor area in order to identify the different angles and density of the patient’s hair. Dr. Mark Bishara will then start maneuvering the robot and the direction begins. Dr. Mark Bishara’s techs will go behind the robot and manually extract the hair. Once the robot portion is done Dr. Bishara’s techs will completely extract all hairs and begin the manual implantation of the hair.
After the procedure
Once completing the implantation of the hair, Dr. Bishara’s techs will go over all instructions to help take care of your new hair and donor area. At the Paragon Plastic Surgery and Med Spa we will provide you with all items needed for the first week. You will be called the day after and at two weeks to follow up.
After your robotic fue you want to make sure you follow instructions, the first three days are the most important. Make sure to take pain medications at the first sign of pain to help minimize discomfort. Avoid bending over to much, no exercising or heavy lifting at least for the first week. Avoiding touching your new hair as any rubbing etc. can easily dislodge the hair. Keep in mind that if your in doubt about anything you can always call the office.
Mark A Bishara, M.D., P.A. Medical Director
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