Hair transplant is considered the permanent solution to baldness. Hair transplantation can be defined as a Microsurgical intervention performed in a hospital setting. The advice of “Micro surgical intervention” implies that the procedure of the hair transplant is less burdensome and less restrictive than a conventional surgery.

Hair transplantation in Islamabad is an effective and permanent solution to baldness in men but also in cases of androgenetic alopecia. Apart from this, this operation can be performed on people with scars or different diseases causing hair loss.

Hair transplantation by FUE

Hair transplantation has come a long, long way since its earliest days, but it was not until the mid-1990s that hair transplantation began to take shape, with techniques that are practiced today in the whole world. Hair transplants performed with the FUT technique during the 1990s have been replaced by the FUE method, developed in the early 2000s and introduced in 2005. Although the technique has been continually perfected, the basic principles of FUE remain the same. same. Today, the technique continues to be considered the gold standard of hair transplant surgery.

Currently, aa most advanced technique in hair transplantation is the FUE technique. Today, people suffering from hair loss can be satisfied with natural-looking hair with the latest modern FUE technology, the masterpieces of hair restoration. The main difference of the FUE technique for hair transplantation is that it leaves no scar and its recovery time is shorter.

The success of operations has also increased due to advances in medical devices used in the FUE technique. The FUE technique can be performed with a variety of different instruments. As a result, the technique is known with a few different names, such as Classic FUE: by a micromotor

FUE by robotics
The DHI technique (with CHOI implants)
Sapphire FUE (FUE with sapphire blades)

As an example, a newly introduced FUE hair transplant with sapphire blades offers more successful results. This is usually because incisions created using blades that are made of smooth sapphire crystals heals faster and leaves only a barely visible scar.