What is Hair Transplantation with Sapphire FUE Technique?
In today’s world, hair transplantation techniques are highly enhanced. One of these techniques is Sapphire FUE (follicular unit extraction). Sapphire tipped medical instrument used in Sapphire FUE hair transplantation enables smaller microchannels to be opened. Therefore, the crusting that occurs after the operation is very minimal. Also, the recovery process of hair transplantation, in which the Sapphire FUE technique is used, occurs very fast.
How is the Sapphire FUE Hair Transplant Technique Applied?
In the Sapphire FUE technique, hair follicles are harvested without any scar or incision left. However, the channels in the area where the hair will be transplanted are not opened with a steel blade as in the FUE method, but with the sapphire ore in a pen form.
In comparison with steel blades, sapphire-tipped instruments can open much smaller, smoother, and denser microchannels in the area where the transplant will be performed. This minimizes tissue deformation and reduces crusting. In this way, the scalp recovers quickly in the post-operative process and there is no visible scar left.
The microchannels opened with the Sapphire FUE technique also allow the hair follicles to be transplanted more densely and by the natural growth direction. People who have had hair loss, gain such natural hair that new and original hair cannot be distinguished thanks to this technique.
Sapphire FUE technique is one of the most preferred hair transplantation techniques as it provides a natural appearance of hair as well as great comfort to the patients.
What are the Advantages of the Sapphire FUE Hair Transplant Technique?
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