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The primary concern of patients during surgical operations is the fear of feeling pain and soreness during the anesthesia.

Most of our patients researching FUE hair transplantation ask questions about feeling pain and how many injections will be given. Sapphire hair transplantation is performed with local anesthesia, which means that a particular area is numbed with medications given under the skin.

This method ensures that the patient does not feel any pain during the hair transplant. However, patients who have a needle phobia or are worried about the pain will feel at this stage. The most worrying part of the operation is local anesthesia.

In recent years, local anesthesia has been applied with various methods to reduce this fear and anxiety, and some of these methods are offered to patients with the promise of no pain.

Sapphire hair transplant operations take approximately 6-8 hours, local anesthesia takes about 15 minutes, and patients do not feel any pain after anesthesia. Local anesthesia is applied to the patient twice for FUE hair transplantation. The first is applied to the neck area before the intake phase and the second to the forehead before the canals are opened.

The needle-free anesthesia method, used in many developed countries worldwide, is one of the local anesthesia methods used to reduce patients’ anxiety.

It minimizes the patients’ anxiety and facilitates the physicians’ working process during FUE hair transplantation.

Needle-free anesthesia in sapphire hair transplantation is performed with advanced technology devices. Anesthetic medications are injected into the tissue by spraying them onto the skin through the high air pressure applied by the device placed on the head area.

Later, the medication spreads to the tissue through the diffusion logic, and the pain transmitted to nerves are blocked. The most important point that patients who prefer needle-free anesthesia in FUE hair transplantation should know is that after some numbness is given through the device, the needles will still be used for tumescent anesthesia.

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