The FUE hair transplant technique (Follicular Unit Extraction) is a process that involves extracting and individually reimplanting hair follicles under local anesthesia to fill in balding areas of hair, beards, or eyebrows.
The 1990s marked the beginning of the FUE hair transplant technique, addressing hair loss issues. Initially, doctors used a scalpel, making the transplant quite painful, but later they switched to needles.
Today, while the cosmetic surgery technique has remained the same for many years, the FUE hair transplant procedure has become extremely precise due to advancements in surgical equipment.
Dr. Brun, keen on following the latest medical innovations, offers his patients advanced, minimally invasive, and painless hair implant techniques. The various processes advanced by the aesthetic clinic in Nice, Le Carré d’Or, reduce healing time and yield remarkably natural results.
For hair, beard, and eyebrow transplants, Dr. Brun prefers surgical tools with sapphire-tipped blades. This innovative sapphire equipment is designed to precisely and cleanly open microchannels in the donor area of hair follicles and in the graft insertion area.
The Sapphire FUE hair transplant technique has the advantage of approaching the perfection sought by Dr. Brun. Indeed, the surgical incisions made with the sapphire blade tip are extremely micro, minimizing tissue trauma and deformation. This significantly reduces the healing process and postoperative recovery period.
The Sapphire FUE hair transplant technique is a remarkable method of micro-grafting that offers patients permanent, incomparably dense, and natural results.
It provides a definitive solution to the complexes associated with baldness or alopecia.