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#HairTransplantScar #NaturalTransplants #FUEHairTransplant #HUEHairTransplant Dr. Tom Huebner of Natural Transplants Washington DC reviews the differences between a FUE Hair Transplant Scar and a HUE Hair Transplant Scar. HUE stands for High-Yield Unit Extraction®. This cutting edge procedure was developed by our Chief Medical Director, Dr. Matt Huebner and is exclusively used by the team of doctors at Natural Transplants Hair Restoration Clinics to produce unsurpassed results and maximum density. Talk with a Washington DC Hair Doctor FREE of charge: Natural Transplants, Hair Restoration Washington DC Toll Free 844-327-4247 Maryland Local +1 301-841-6005 https://naturaltransplants.com/ We at Natural Transplants, Hair Restoration Clinic are honored to call beautiful Washington, D.C. home. Bethesda, Maryland is the location of our second Surgical Facility and our base for the Mid-Atlantic. We also have numerous consultation offices across the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area including Alexandria, McLean, and Towson. Our past patient list includes individuals from Dupont Circle, Adams-Morgan, Foggy Bottom, Leesburg, Anacostia, Arlington, Reston, and Georgetown among other Washington, D.C. Area locations. We offer honest relationships, and approach hair transplantation by focusing on three specific factors: our hair implant techniques, patient care during hair loss treatment and competitive hair transplant costs.

FUE Hair Transplant vs HUE Hair Transplant Scar | Washington DC

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June 23, 2017 at 04:07AM

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