FUE hair transplants have long been recognized for their natural-looking results, and The Sapphire method takes this one step further.

Sapphire FUE uses sapphire blades instead of steel ones to open channels (incisions) in the scalp. This reduces crusting and speeds the recovery process.

At cades clinic in Istanbul, Dr. marsel uses one of the world’s most advanced hair transplantation techniques – Micro DHI Sapphire. What are its main differences from other techniques?

More Natural-Looking Results

Sapphire FUE hair transplant offers several significant advantages over the more commonly performed FUE process, using steel blades for opening micro-channels for graft placement. Instead, this procedure utilizes blades made of precious gem sapphire instead, leading to various significant advantages for those undergoing the procedure.

sapphire blades’ precision allows surgeons to make smaller and more accurate incisions for implants that won’t move around or alter direction after being implanted, leading to more natural-looking results. Furthermore, the use of sapphire blades reduces crusting while speeding the healing process.

Sapphire FUE is still relatively new, so it is essential that you find a clinic offering this service – Cosmedica Clinic in Turkey is one of the premier practitioners of Sapphire FUE. Additionally, surgeons with extensive experience performing Sapphire FUE are necessary for this procedure.

When going through the procedure, it is necessary to arrange an appointment at a facility with operating rooms that are regularly sterilized in order to reduce infection risk during your procedure. For assistance finding such clinics or surgery practices in your area, ask friends and family members. When making your decision, ensure it features modern equipment as well as surgeons with expertise in this field.

More Density

Sapphire is an extremely valuable and long-lasting gemstone, having been utilized in everything from jewelry to weapons. Now, its versatile properties are revolutionizing hair transplantation in Turkey with FUE Sapphire; using sapphire blades instead of metal ones for incisions in hair follicle extraction procedures has improved results significantly.

To achieve natural-looking results from hair transplant, using the proper tools is key. This is particularly true for opening channels in which follicular units will be placed into the treatment area – this step has a tremendous influence over density, angle and direction of hair growth after surgery; using FUE Sapphire blades provides greater accuracy and precision than classic Micro FUE.

Sapphire blades offer unparalleled precision for creating smaller incisions that heal faster and are less invasive than those made with metal slits in the classic method, leading to greater plantability of follicular units and dense looks. Furthermore, their antibacterial and extremely hard properties reduce complications like tissue damage or infection risks and make this technique ideal for those with sensitive scalp tissue or allergies to metal.

Faster Recovery

FUE Sapphire is an innovative variant of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), using sapphire blades during graft collection to open smaller and more precise channels for harvesting hair follicles, creating denser results with less crusting as well as reduced risk to nearby hair follicles.

As part of a micro FUE procedure, anesthetic is administered in order to relieve pain and discomfort during extraction of scalp grafts using micro FUE sapphire tips. Once anesthetized, scalp grafts are extracted using this micro FUE method with sapphire tips, chemically treated, then transplanted using micro FUE sapphire in smaller channels created by FUE sapphire FUE method.

Due to its antibacterial properties, hardness, smoothness and durability, sapphire blades can make precise incisions on the scalp more effectively than steel blades, helping minimize scab formation and speed recovery time.

Professionals can use a sapphire tool that mimics the natural pore size of hair follicles to open a channel on the scalp that will match transplanted follicles perfectly, and ensure more natural results with transplanted follicles that will not emerge through artificial pores and reduce any signs of transplanted appearance. In addition, sapphire blades can open narrow channels enabling more follicles to be planted into smaller spaces.

Less Complications

Due to sapphire blades’ smooth surfaces, they produce precise cuts with reduced tissue damage and trauma as well as no formation of edema and uneven wound corners, leading to faster recovery time with reduced postoperative discomfort.

Sapphire FUE is a technique that employs sapphire microblades to open hair canals during transplant surgery, enabling more follicular units to be planted per square centimeter and creating results with more natural-looking results than classic FUE. Furthermore, this allows more densely packed grafts which ultimately contribute to creating fuller and denser heads of hair.

Sapphire blades offer superior quality and durability, making more frequent transplantations than the standard FUE method possible. This makes the method especially helpful for individuals suffering from advanced hair loss as well as those who fear injections or experience discomfort during procedures.

Comparatively to metal slits, sapphire tips heal faster. This allows doctors to open more channels during the channel opening step of FUE Sapphire method and facilitate frequent follicular unit implantation in recipient areas; which ultimately leads to more natural-looking results, especially around the hairline.

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