Follicular unit extraction (FUE) or follicular transfer (FT), is one of most advance and primary methods of obtaining follicular units and harvesting it in less dense area of head or body, They will naturally start growing in few days of its plantation. In FUE harvesting, individual follicular units are extracted directly from the hair restoration patient’s donor area or dense area, ideally extract one follicular unit at a time and inject it on required area. This differs from strip-harvesting because, in strip harvesting, a strip of skin is removed from the patient and then dissected into many individual follicular units. The follicular units obtained by either method are the basic building blocks of follicular unit transplantation (FUT).Nowadays FUE technology has grown into Advanced FUE. The main difference is that Advanced FUE enables the creation of larger donor pools by harvesting follicles from areas outside the head such as: chest, legs, arms, abdomen, back, face, and beard. Also Advanced FUE addresses the fact that hair often grows in a curved trajectories. With standard FUE surgical there is the assumption that this growth occurs as a straight line. This entails a risk of damaging the follicles during the excision and retrieval of the grafts.