Follicular unit transplantation, AKA FUT or strip hair transplant is when hair is harvested from its natural grouping on the donor area (back of the head). The hair is moved to an area on the scalp that is thinning or balding. This technique leaves a scar on the back of the head that can be hidden by long hair. A narrow strip of hair is trimmed and the surgeon cuts a scalp strip from the back of the head (where the hair is trimmed). The hair follicles in the strip are dissected in their natural grouping. Tiny incisions are made at the recipient site so the grafts can be implanted. A hairline is made using single grafts and fullness is made in the back with larger grafts.