New FUE Technique Improves Hair Transplant Effectiveness

Male pattern baldness has been the curse of men for thousands of years. In the prime of life many a man begins to feel less virile and less confident as he sheds his hair, until his bald pate opens him to ridicule and even pity. For the most part he becomes less attractive to others and looks prematurely old. Since the days of the ancient Pharaohs, men have sought for some way to restore their beautiful heads of hair. 

Nostrums and potions by the hundreds have been touted as miracle hair restorers over the centuries. Everything from whale blubber to turpentine has been used to reinvigorate the hair follicles; none of it, of course, was any good. Once the hair follicles on the top of the human head stop functioning and die there is no way known to science to start them up again. And yet barber shops throughout the land have for years sold hair tonics and hair restorers to gullible men, and women, who yearn for a decent head of hair again. But magical potions that bring back the golden locks of youth only exist in cartoons. In real life, we had to wait for modern medical technology to come up with a sure way of transplanting new and living hair follicles by out-patient surgery. Today men and women can actually hope to start growing a new head of hair and to replace dead patches on the scalp with living, breathing hair. It’s not just a cosmetic gimmick; it’s a true miracle that has changed the lives of tens of thousands of people for the better!

Today the technique known as FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is used by specially trained medical personnel at Capilclinic to extract living hair follicles and put them in the place of dead and inactive hair follicles on the human scalp. This procedure was pioneered nearly a quarter century ago by hair specialists, and today the technique has reached its full potential with sapphire crystal FUE. This amazing new technology is precise down to the micron level. This means that the transplanted hair follicles can be place with such tactile precision that the transplant area is virtually indistinguishable from the surrounding undisturbed hair. 

It is also fairly painless and less time consuming than the old FUE surgical techniques, which could take up to six months or more to complete, and often required the painful removal of strips of scalp.  Now, with the sapphire FUE, it can take as little as one month to start a bumper crop of new hair — depending on how much area needs to be covered. Each individual follicle is extracted by itself, making the whole procedure practically painless and usually leaves no scarring of any kind behind. The micro-scars left by the sapphire micropunch are not noticeable from a few feet away, and will usually disappear in a matter of weeks.

The new technique is also viable for beards as well. 

When done by a licenced and specially trained sapphire FUE specialist, the follicular transplant comes with a lifetime warranty. That’s how good it is.