A lot of people who are considering hair transplants spend time researching which type of procedure is best for them. Many youtube videos are a great way to save time and energy. Begin your journey with us to learn more about the latest types of hair transplants.
Follicular Unit Extraction
Follicular Unit Extraction, or FUE, is one of the most popular hair transplant methods. It is also known as the modern-day version of advanced hair replacement technology.
FUE hair transplants offer many benefits. FUE Hair Transplants don’t require the removal of tissue from the donor area. It also doesn’t leave scarring. FUE hair transplants are performed by removing each follicular unit one-by-one from the donor area. Patients report that the procedure is painless and they feel very comfortable.
- FUE is more effective than traditional methods.
- FUE does not leave scars
- Quick healing
- From little to no pain
- Hair transplants are available for any part of your body
Direct Hair Implantation (DHI):
Direct Hair Implantation, or DHI, is the procedure of transferring grafts from a donor using a DHI Pen. Also known as DHI Implanter or CHOI Pen.
DHI uses the CHOI Pen for controlling the direction, angle, and depth of each newly implanted follicle. The DHI method has the advantage of increasing hair density through the easy placement of grafts within existing hairs. The CHOI pen is used to directly insert the extracted grafts into the recipient area.
This reduces the time that grafts remain outside of the body and ensures strong and healthy transplants.
- High rates of hair follicle survival.
- Reduplication of bleeding
- Recovery is faster
- It doesn’t have to be shaved at the recipient site
Sapphire Hair Transplant
Sapphire Hair Transplant FUE works in the same way as the previous technique, but the blades are made of a precious gemstone and use a different method to open the canals in the recipient area.
The Sapphire FUE technique opens the canals and holes using special sapphire blades that have superfine needles. This is in place of the Classic FUE slits.
The holes are round, rather than lateral, and each hole will be exactly the same size as the diameters of the hair follicles. This means that each hole is extremely small and tiny.
The Sapphire FUE method allows for smaller channels to be opened using circular incisions thanks to the sapphire blades. The recovery time is therefore shorter than that with Classic FUE.
Sapphire FUE ensures a higher rate of hair growth for every hair follicle. This is due to the smaller channels that prevent hair follicle movement or shifting.
- The incisions are precise, even and exact
- Micro incisions allow for smoother incisions
- The incisions on the sapphire blades are adjustable.
- This surface is less susceptible to germs and lowers the chance of infection.
Body Hair to Head Transplantation (BHT).
Body Hair Transplant (BHFUE) expands the donor bank, making it popular with men who don’t have enough hair.
According to our hair transplant experts, it depends on many variables such as the similarities of the hair between the head and body, the size of donor area, and the length of body hair. The body hair cycle is very different to that of the scalp. The transplanted hair matures over a period of 12-18months. This results in permanent, natural hair growth.
- More donor areas
- A higher coverage rate is possible with a lower density.
- Separate hair units can be trimmed, cleaned, and maintained.
- Healing may take longer
Hair Transplant with Needle-Free Jet Injector
The Jet Injectors (Needle-Free or Nubing Injectors) use high pressure air to inject local anesthetic medication through the skin’s silicon heads. This air pressure allows for ultra-fast penetration of the skin (less than one third of a second).
Jet Injectors reduce pain by 70%. They also provide comfort for patients who don’t want to be injected by needles, regardless of their reason. There will be no pain. This device is used before you have a hair transplant to numb the area.
- No needles
- Lower risk of infection
- It’s painless
- Fast transfers mean less infection risk