Learn More About Hair Transplantation

Sapphire FUE Transplant

Every person who’s thinking of having a hair transplantation surgery knows of the famous FUE method. FUE is a hair transplantation technique in which the follicular units are harvested one by one from the designated donor area and planted to the area where the patient is troubled with hair loss. So what is Sapphire FUE Technique? The answer is simple; the only difference between the original FUE Method and Sapphire FUE Method is the blades made of the gemstone called sapphire instead of those made of steel.

Why Sapphire FUE Method?

The Sapphire gem makes it possible to create smaller incisions over the surgical area. So the smaller the wounds are, the faster they will recover. Recovery scabs are smaller when the surgery was performed with sapphire blades.

You don’t feel any pain when your operation is performed with sapphire blades, as well. Your clinic administers local anesthesia on your both donor and recipient area.

The same FUE steps are applied through the sapphire method. You simply take 4 or 5 sessions of treatment and you will fully recover within 6 months. It will take 3 or 4 days for you to get back to your work

Sapphire FUE Method may cost you a little bit more because of the special equipment used for surgical procedures. But when you think of the overall prices of such operations, including your accommodation and transportation expenses, it’s very cheap in Turkey.

Turkey is the best place you can find the world’s best surgeons. They offer you a full pack of service which includes your accommodation ( generally 4 or 5-star hotels ), and transportation expenses. The moment you land in Turkish soil, you’re picked up by an employee of the company and taken to their clinic.

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