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Sapphire FUE Hair Transplant
Sapphire FUE (follicular unit extraction) hair transplant is a type of hair restoration surgery that uses a special device with a sapphire tip to extract hair follicles from the donor area (typically the back of the scalp) and transplant them to the recipient area (where the hair is thinning or missing). The sapphire tip is believed to be less traumatic to the hair follicles than traditional FUE devices, which can potentially improve the survival rate of the transplanted follicles. The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia and takes several hours to complete. After the surgery, the patient will need to follow the surgeon's instructions for post-surgical care, which may include avoiding strenuous activities and avoiding exposing the transplant site to direct sunlight. The results of the surgery are typically permanent.
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Anyone over the age of 18 who has full or regional baldness in the beard area can have a beard transplant.
The operation does not differ seasonally, it can be carried out in summer and winter.
The operation is a safe surgery performed under local anesthesia and does not cause any significant systemic side effects.
Rarely, local problems such as wound infection and bleeding may be encountered.
Since the roots are taken with the help of a micro motor, only small crusts form in the donor area. There may be encrustations in the channel areas opened in the receiving area. These scabs are shed within 10 days and healing occurs without causing any scar.