Are you exploring options for addressing hair loss or a receding hairline? At ICCM, we focus on Follicular Unit Extract (FUE) hair transplantation, a popular, recognised technique in hair restoration.

For a FUE hair transplant in Sydney, our experienced team is dedicated to providing guidance through each step of your journey, ensuring you are well-informed about the potential benefits and considerations of FUE hair transplant.

If you’re looking for a safe, minimally-invasive procedure that can restore natural hair in just a few months, you should consider an FUE hair transplant. Sydney CBD and Campbelltown residents can visit us at one of our ICCM clinics, or you can contact us today for more information or book an initial consultation.

What is a FUE Hair Transplant?

FUE hair transplantation is a procedure designed to combat a receding hairline, hair loss, bald spots and a thinning crown by transplanting natural hair follicles from denser areas of your scalp to areas where hair is thinning.

This technique is favoured for its precision and effectiveness, making it a popular choice for those looking for natural-looking results without visible scars, although individual results may vary and there are associated risks.

Viewing FUE hair transplant before and after photos can also provide a clear visual representation of possible changes, though it is important to set realistic expectations, as outcomes can differ based on individual characteristics.

Who is a Good Candidate for Hair Transplant Surgery?

Determining who is a good candidate for hair transplant surgery, particularly with the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique, involves several key factors.

These factors help ensure that the results meet expectations and align with the individual’s goals for hair restoration.

  • Healthy Donor Hair Supply: There needs to be adequate density in the donor areas - especially the back and sides of the scalp. The area must also have enough healthy hair follicles that can be transplanted to thinning or balding areas.
  • Quality of Hair: Strong and resilient hair follicles are more likely to survive the transplant process and successfully grow in the new area.
  • Scalp Flexibility: FUE requires extracting individual hair follicles directly from the scalp and thus, a more flexible scalp will make the extraction easier and more efficient.
  • Hair Loss Type and Severity: FUE hair transplant is most effective for individuals with pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia and is less suitable for those with diffuse unpatterned alopecia or other conditions that cause widespread thinning.
  • Hair Characteristics: For example, curly or wavy hair can cover larger areas more effectively than straight hair and thicker hair strands provide better coverage.
  • Age and Hair Loss Stability: Ideal candidates are those who have had stable hair loss for several years. Hair loss that is rapidly progressing or predictable may not yield optimal results.

A detailed consultation with a specialist is essential to conduct a thorough examination of the hair and scalp, discuss medical history and any underlying health issues and provide guidance on the potential outcomes and realistic expectations from the procedure.
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There are three steps to a FUE hair transplant procedure, harvesting, implanting and post-procedure care

How is the FUE Hair Transplant Procedure Performed?

Here is a detailed breakdown of how the FUE hair transplant procedure is performed:


The actual procedure starts with the preparation of the donor area which is usually at the back of the head where hair density is highest and less prone to balding.

  • Shaving: The donor area is shaved to facilitate accurate and efficient removal of hair follicles.
  • Extraction: Using a specialised extraction tool, individual follicles are carefully removed one at a time.
  • Follicle Storage: Once extracted, follicles are kept in a controlled environment to preserve viability until implantation.


  • Preparation: Similar to the donor area, the recipient site is usually shaved and cleaned for the transplanted hair.
  • Implantation: Each extracted follicle is meticulously implanted into tiny incisions made in the recipient area. These incisions are made to mimic the natural growth direction of hair to achieve natural results.
  • Securing the Grafts: After the hair grafts are placed, they are left exposed to form scabs which naturally secure the grafts.

Post-Procedure Care

Proper aftercare is necessary for the success of a FUE transplant in Sydney:

  • Immediate Care: Patients are advised to keep the scalp dry and avoid touching or washing the transplanted area for at least 72 hours.
  • Long-Term Care: Follow-up visits are scheduled to monitor the healing process and specific instructions for washing and caring for your hair will be provided to ensure optimal results.

Are There Any Risks with FUE Hair Transplant in Australia?

While FUE hair transplants are generally considered safe and effective, like any medical procedure they do carry some risks such as:

  • Infection and Scarring
  • Pain and Swelling
  • Folliculitis: Also known as inflammation of the hair follicles
  • Numbness or Tingling
  • Graft Failure

During a full consultation, our hair transplant experts will discuss these and what to expect from your treatment.

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Costs to a FUE hair transplant can vary significantly and are dependent on the number of grafts needed.

How Much Does a FUE Hair Transplant Cost in Sydney?

Costs vary significantly and are largely dependent on the number of grafts needed.

1,000 to 3,500 grafts is what is typically required for hair transplant in Sydney. For an accurate estimate, we advise booking a FREE consultation at ICCM. The final cost may also include additional fees for necessary aftercare and follow-up treatments.

What kind of results can I expect?

We use only the very best, most innovative technology to ensure that our patients get the best results, through the least invasive process possible. Our highly experienced, expert team knows how to keep the handling of the grafts to a minimum, which increases the survival rate of the hair follicles, giving the greatest chance of successful results.
Our team will provide you with a high level of support and instructions for post-operative care, to ensure that your recovery is quick and easy and you achieve the best results possible.


If you have any more questions about FUE hair transplant in Sydney or any of our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us today. In the meantime, you can find our FAQs below that may provide the additional information you’re looking for.

Real Patients Result

Below you can see FUE results from some of our previous patients:

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transplant here at ICCM hair transplant clinic

It's imperative that any cosmetic procedure is carried out by an appropriately qualified professional and our cosmetic doctors at ICCM have been performing hair transplants for over 45 years. We are proud to have garnered a reputation as one of Sydney’s premier hair transplant clinics. We care about hair loss and how much it can affect your everyday life, so we strive to produce the most natural-looking results and ensure all of our patients leave us extremely happy.

Our cosmetic physicians

Below is some more information about each of our highly experienced cosmetic physicians:

Dr Tony Prochazka

Dr Tony Prochazka

Dr Tony Prochazka (MBBS, FFMACCS), is a renowned cosmetic doctor with over 20 years of experience. He was the Inaugural Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery and a former VP of the Cosmetic Physicians Society of Australasia. He also spent a number of years working in Shanghai and is now fluent in Mandarin.

dr ramin amighian

Dr Ramin Amighian

Dr Ramin Amighian has over 10 years of experience. He has carried out hundreds of cosmetic procedures and holds memberships in the Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine and College of Skin Cancer Surgery.