With the Sapphire hair transplant, an improved FUE procedure, we may obtain the most realistic hair transplant outcomes with the potential. One of the crucial requirements for a successful hair transplant is to implant the most grafts in the best manner feasible. The transplanted hair should grow in as often as possible and should appear so naturally that no one would ever suspect it is a hair transplant.
The hair transplant procedure that comes closest to the level of perfection we hope to reach in hair transplantation, in our opinion, is the Sapphire process. The ability to assess the hair follicles gathered from the donor region to achieve maximal volume in the recipient area thanks to the tiny channels formed with sapphire blades raises the level of potential solutions in hair transplantation. Sapphire FUE is raising the level of naturalness every day.
Despite its expensive cost, the Sapphire method is a common hair transplant procedure among individuals who have a hair transplant in Turkey since it offers the greatest hair transplant outcomes in addition to many other benefits.
The Sapphire Hair Transplant procedure uses specialized surgical pens with sharp sapphire or tips to perform a less invasive, improved type of FUE hair transplantation.
The introduction of the FUE technique has led to the increased utilization of hair transplant procedures, which provide a long-term solution for hair loss. It is a form of micro-surgery, and although the hair follicles are removed one by one from the donor area and placed one by one into the channels that have been opened in the balding area, the opening of so many channels—between 4 and 6 thousand—over such a large area results in a significant amount of total tissue destruction.
These micro-wounds cause less tissue stress while using the Sapphire hair transplant process. Sharp sapphire blades create significantly narrower V-shaped channels. Smooth surgical incisions prevent tissue distortion, hasten wound healing, and help us achieve far more natural-looking hair transplant outcomes.
When employing the sapphire technique, we transplant the hair follicles individually into V-shaped incisions, which we create using blades equipped with a sapphire tip.
No matter the hair transplantation technique used, the donor area hair reserve is the first and most important aspect that will determine the results of the procedure. It is important to determine whether there is enough hair in the donor location to meet the patient’s expectations before doing the Sapphire operation, even in situations of severe hair loss.
Sapphire hair transplantation follows the same procedure as FUE hair transplantation. We use steel punches to collect hair follicles, just like in the FUE method. You can observe the difference with Sapphire FUE when we open the channel to the receiving region.
In contrast to the traditional FUE technique, which employs U-shaped steel blades, the Sapphire approach makes use of far sharper sapphire blades manufactured of genuine sapphire stone and aluminum alloy.
All males and females between the ages of 20 and 60 who have enough hair follicles in the donor location can regrow their hair with the Sapphire FUE hair transplantation process.
Sapphire hair transplant is a permanent solution for common hair loss issues like gaps at the temples, receding hairlines, top hair gaps, or uniform thinning. It can be used in cases of severe hair loss across a wide area.
At COH Clinic, our foremost concern is the well-being and satisfaction of our patients throughout their hair transplant journey. We pride ourselves on exclusively employing the cutting-edge Sapphire Hair Transplantation technology, recognized for its positive influence on patient recovery and overall procedure outcomes. We maintain an unwavering commitment to your contentment. In our clinic, we carefully create each incision (channel) with precision using sapphire blades to ensure excellence at every step of your hair restoration journey.
What sets us apart is our dedication to making Sapphire hair transplant costs more affordable than other clinics. For detailed pricing information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at +90 (536) 934 6524.
The Sapphire FUE or DHI hair transplant procedures have a success rate that only ranges from 60% to 90%. The previous ten years were seen as being quite successful. With a success and satisfaction rate of up to 99%, the FUE procedure, however, raises the standard.
The length of time it takes for FUE hair transplants to recover is one of the key issues. We urge patients to take at least 4–5 days off before returning to their regular routines. Although convalescence is anticipated to last around two weeks, the majority of individuals recover in approximately seven days.
The utilization of sapphire blades is one of the primary variations between Classic and Sapphire FUE. It is able to produce more precise incisions and adjust their dimension depending on the length of the graft thanks to the diversity of sapphire blade sizes (1,0, 1,3 to 1,5 mm).
In the same hair follicles, all channels might open during Sapphire FUE hair transplantation. As a result, after hair transplantation, there is no chance of follicle displacement or angle position changes. Incisions for the transplant are made using very small sapphire blades.
The DHI technique has a sophisticated variant called Micro Sapphire DHI. The key distinction is that incisions are made with Micro Sapphire blades before the grafts are implanted.
The excised hair follicles have a survival probability of up to 95% when compared to other procedures. The end outcome becomes apparent after around a year. A little over two months should pass before the first new hairs appear. After the session, just a small amount of postoperative medicine is needed.
A micro forceps is used to delicately transplant hair follicles, one at a time, into each incision across a depth of several millimeters, adjusting to the recipient area. In this method, sapphire blades are used to make the incisions. Since sapphire is a non-metallic stone, metal allergies cannot be triggered by it.
Compared to Sapphire FUE, DHI hair transplant requires a longer recovery period. The DHI approach is not appropriate if you wish to replace hair across a big region. Only 1500–3500 grafts may typically be removed during a DHI therapy session, whereas 5000–6000 grafts can potentially be implanted during a Sapphire surgery.
In the sapphire method, individual hair follicles are taken from the donor area and placed into V-shaped incisions made with blades that have sapphire points.
The DHI method has the advantage of planting more frequently than Sapphire, especially in narrow places, despite the fact that the Sapphire FUE technique has a higher implantation frequency than the conventional FUE method. This shows that DHI provides more hair density than any other technique