Sapphire Hair Transplantation

Sapphire FUE is an advanced version FUE technique application that allows us to achieve the most natural results in hair transplantation with the possibility of more frequent hair transplantation. Transplanting the best possible number of grafts is one of the important criteria for success in hair transplantation. Transplanted hair should appear as often as possible and look too natural to ever be understood to have hair transplantation.

Sapphire FUE hair transplantation is the same as FUE hair transplantation in terms of application stages. When collecting hair follicles, steel punches are used as in FUE technique. The difference of sapphire FUE is activated in the process of opening channels to the receiving area. In the classic FUE technique, instead of U-shaped steel blades, sapphire FUE technique uses much sharper sapphire blades with aluminum alloys made of natural sapphire stone.

  • Sapphire FUE technique is the closest hair transplantation method to the perfection we want to achieve in hair transplantation.

  • Thanks to the micro-channels opened with sapphire blades, being able to evaluate the hair follicles collected from the donor area in such a way as to achieve maximum volume in the receiving area increases the solution possibilities in hair transplantation to the next level. The bar of naturalness is rising day by day thanks to Sapphire FUE.
  • Sapphire FUE, the choice of those who dream of a perfect hair transplantation, allows us to achieve the best hair transplantation results.

In the Sapphire FUE technique, up to 4000 grafts can be applied in a single session. In general, it can be said that hair transplantation operations performed
using the Sapphire FUE technique take 6 to 8 hours and the transplantation process is completed in a single session.

After the Sapphire FUE hair transplant treatment, the scabs are removed within the first month. The shock loss process, which is a normal stage of the hair transplant treatment recovery process, is observed between 1 and 3 months after the operation.