Painless Hair Transplantation

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Painless hair transplantation is the operations that do not have pain caused by the needle that can be felt in local anaesthesia during the stages of hair collection and hair transplantation.

Operation Process

  • Consultation
  • Preparation
  • Purchase
  • Canal Opening
  • Sowing Process

Techniques Used

  • Painless Anaesthesia
  • FUE Method
  • DHI Method
  • SAPPHIRE Method
  • Percutaneous Method
  • Graft Grafting

In the normal hair transplant procedure, local anaesthesia should be used during the hair collection and canal opening stages, and this local anaesthesia can be done with a needle in its most primitive form. This pain is comparable to the pain of needle anaesthesia administered by a dentist. Again, the needles used in needle anaesthesia are extremely thin and cause the least amount of skin damage. The injector needle is used to apply local anaesthesia by slowly pulling backwards from the most extreme point where the needle can reach horizontally after entering under the skin. As a result, the greatest spread is obtained with the fewest pinholes.

The use of needle-free injectors is a more advanced and less painful method of administering local anaesthesia. Instead of a needle, pressure is used to penetrate the anaesthetic basic substance through very small capillary openings in the skin.

Sedation prior to the use of a steel needle-free injector is the most advanced method of pain relief today. The sedation procedure, which must be performed through the vascular access a few minutes before the operation, is required for this application. Sedation is achieved by administering drugs to the patient via an intravenous line.

The anaesthesiologist plans and administers this medication based on the patient’s age, weight, and condition.

Sedation is not the same as general anaesthesia. There is only relief in sedation and consciousness is clear while the patient is in a state of complete sleep-in general anaesthesia.

You can see that the application is risk-free: sedation can be safely used on people of all ages, from new-born babies to elderly adults.