How Does Sapphire Hair Transplantation Differ From FUE?
Modern hair transplantation techniques have been in development for a long time, and to this end, the development of minimally invasive hair transplantation techniques is still relatively new. Nonetheless, we pride ourselves on offering the highest standard of hair transplantation techniques for our patients, and to this end, we have invested extensively in the finest tools and equipment available on the market.
One recent development is the use of Sapphire based operating toolds. It is easy to confuse these tools with a procedure called Sapphire; indeed, there is no such thing. Rather, sapphire tools are an innovative surgical solution that can help increase the efficacy and success of the FUE method. Micro Sapphire DHI is one such example, that opens smaller micro-channels in donor areas of the head, thereby leaving less scarring and reduced pain. Meanwhile, sapphire pens (as opposed to standard chisel-tipped blades) make an incomparably sharp and smooth cut to further reduce pain and scarring.
Pros and Cons of Using Sapphire Blades in Hair Transplants
Sapphire blades are renowned in the hair transplantation community for making finer and more accurate incicisions for
the patient, which produces less pain and scarring and improves the overall rate of recovery.
We are proud to use sapphire tools in all of our procedures. We find that this greatly enhances the comfort of our patients, both during the procedure itself and in the following recovery period. All the while, the reduced vibrations can further minimize traumas associated with channel opening during the donor hair removal process.