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Needle-Free Anesthesia Technique in Hair Transplant Operation

Today, thanks to advancing technologies, many innovations have emerged in the field of hair transplantation. Needle hair transplantation, which was a classical method in the previous periods, has now started to lose its function. The most important reason for this is the emergence of a needle-free anesthesia device that now enables a painless hair transplant. Needle-free anesthesia device has been an important method that does not contain any needles and provides painless anesthesia. In particular, those with a phobia of needles can have a hair transplant operation with the needle-free anesthesia technique without any worry or fear.

Who Can Have Needle-Free Anesthesia Use?

It is used in the needle-free hair transplantation process for the purpose of injecting all kinds of fluids through intradermal projection, which is completely painless, which does not contain needles and does not come into contact with the patient’s skin. The liquid spreads to the skin with the help of high pressure. In this way, the patient does not feel any pain or ache from the first moment of hair transplantation. The most ideal alternative for anyone who has hair loss problem, baldness problem but cannot perform hair transplantation due to having needle phobia is hair transplantation with needle-free anesthesia technique.

Needle-Free Anesthesia Technique in Hair Transplant Operation

Needle-free hair transplantation is performed by means of special implanter tools. With these special tools, my hair follicles are taken one by one. Then, the hair, which has been taken in accordance with the hair design made specifically for the person, is planted on the areas where there is shedding. The patient does not feel pain during this process and can go through the process comfortably.

Taking Healthy Hair Roots Under Needle-Free Anesthesia

While hair transplantation is performed, the roots of the hair are taken only from certain parts. These sections are generally the back and side areas of the patient’s head. If there is no hair loss that has been given the name DUPA and has spread to the whole scalp, if there are conditions such as male pattern shedding, the hair on the back and sides of the head is much more resistant to shedding. In M-type hair loss, the back of the head is insensitive to testosterone, so the hair follicles in this part have a much healthier structure. In the needle-free hair transplantation method, local anesthesia is applied to the donor area. After the area is numbed, healthier hair follicles are taken one by one with techniques called DHI or FUE. Then, it is transferred back to the sparse parts that are locally numb with the needle-free anesthesia technique.