One of the most important parts of hair transplantation parts of hair transplantation is the opening of channels in the plantation area. The FUE method, which has been widely applied since 2004, used steel-tipped blades or razor blades. Because of the bluting of these blades during the procedure, the channels opened weredeformed and this made the healing process and clogging of the hair follicles difficult. The search for better alternatives led to the development of Sapphire Blade products. Sapphire-tipped blades are thinner and sharper than others, and are much more durable, causing little damage to the skin when opening the grooves. In this way, both a healthier and safer planting is done and the comfort of the patient is kept at a high level. Sapphire tips are used in our clinic since the first day.
After the grooving process is completed, the grafts are carefully placed in the opened grooves and hair transplantation is completed. The patient is dressed in the treated areas and bandages are wrapped and transported to their accommodation for48 hours of rest. Drugs that will be used for one week after the procedure are explained to him in detail.
It is important to pay attention to the safety of the planted hair. It should never be touched by hand in cases such as itching and tingling. Since the consciousness is closed during sleep, it is important for the safety of the hair that the patient sleeps fort he first 10 days against the possibility of damaging the surrounding objects.
The first two days patient should not bend his head forward. It is very important that the liquid and drugs given under the scalp during the procedure do not slip into the face. Although such a complication does not pose a medical risk, it can be socially and psychologically disturbing due to the swelling of the patient’s eyes and cheeks.
At the end of the 48-hour period, the patient was discharged from the hospital after the first washing was made in our clinic. Our dialogue and support continues with our patients after sowing.
Diseases that cannot be transplanted
- Diseases causing bleeding disorder; Leukemias, Low platelet, Hemophilia, Multiple Myeloma
- Hepatitis C Infection and HIV Infection
- Advanced Stage Cancer Patients
- Patients undergoing chemotherapy
- Diseases with positive Koebner phenomenon; psoriasis, psoriasis, lichen planus, vitiligo
- Malignant Skin Cancers
- Shingles (Varicella Zoster Infection)
- Advanced Cirrhosis Patients
- Chronic Renal Failure (Dialysis Patients)
- Patients who have failed 3 times hair transplantation
- Ongoing Ringworm Disease
- Alepecia Areata
Diseases that make hair transplantation unfavorable:
(Decided by doctor’s assessment)
- Hepatitis B Disease
- B12 deficiency
- Folic acid deficiency
- Advanced COPD or Asthma Disease
- Heart failure, Coronary Artery Disease (Heart Attack-Stent History)
- Insulin-dependent Diabetus Mellitus
- Thyroid Diseases